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Rad bio U4

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Name the 3 Nucletides Phosphoric acis, sugar, and bases
Name the purine bases Adenine and guanime
name the pyrimidine bases thymine and cytosine
this is the specific number of chromosomesin he germ cell and only need 1/2 because of their specialized function-reproduction Hapliod number
Each germ cell has ____ autosomes plus____ sex chromosome 22; 1
XY sex chromosomes spermatozoa (male gamete)
XX sex chromosome Oocyte (female gamate)
the number of chromosomes in somatic cells diploid(2n)
2n man =____ 46
After the fracture in the backbone of one chain a free radical ____ take its place and produce cell damage could
The higher the LET= ____ the frequency of mutation higher
_____ are in every germ cell autosomes
the factors affecting chromosome damage Total dose and dose rate
The number of breaks is directly proportional to the dose total dose
high dose rate increase the frequency and complexity of aberrations dose rate
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Created by: atesta0824