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Thousands of suspected genes have been revealed (e.g., finding open reading frames — ORFs), but the function of many of them is still unknown. Learn more. endobj stream endobj Forward genetics refers to the approach of determining the genetic basis responsible for a phenotype while reverse genetics refers to the approach used to understand the function of a gene by analyzing the phenotypic effects of specific engineered gene sequences. (Ag) final year. This has been suggested in contrast to forward genetics, where genes are mapped on the basis of phenotype, using the techniques of classical genetics. 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