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DNA & Proteins

Nat 5 Unit 1 Section 4 DHS

The shape of a DNA molecule. Double Helix
DNA carries the genetic information to make this type of molecule. Protein
The base Adenine always pairs with this base. Thymine
The base Guanine always pairs with this base. Cytosine
The sequence of bases in DNA determines the sequence in which these molecules are joined together. Amino Acids
The process by which a protein is made starts in this structure in the cell. Nucleus
This molecule contains a complementary copy of the code in the DNA needed to make a particular protein. mRNA
The structure in the cytoplasm where proteins are made. Ribosomes
Small unit containing a sugar, phosphate and base. Nucleotide
The strands which make up a DNA molecule are held together by which component. Bases
The number of strands in a DNA molecule. Two
The term used to describe the bases in the DNA which can join together. Complimentary Base Pairs
Created by: dhsbiology