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Ch.10 Science


made up of repeating subunits of nucleotides/ 2 chains of nucleotides DNA
3 parts of dna nucleotide deoxyribose, phosphate, and nitrogen containing bases
4 nitrogen bases adenine, guanine, cytosine, thymine
2 purines adenine, guanine
suggested model double helix structure of DNA, 1953 Watson and crick
Watson and crick Nobel prize in medicine award year 1962
4 letters used to signify the nitrogen bases A, G, C, T
process of copying DNA replication
dna polymerase are... enzymes
ATTCCG original sequence of DNA
TAAGGC New nucleotide chain in replication of DNA
one error for every .... paired nucleotides 10k
proofreading (enzymes repairing errors) brings the error rate to one error every ... nucleotides 1B
... responsible for the movement of the genetic info from DNA in mucleus to the site of protein synthesis in cytosol RNA
2 pyrimidines cytosine, thymine
3 types of rna messenger, transfer, ribosomal
what type of rna carries genetic info of the dna to cytosol messenger
what type of rna binds to specific amino acids transfer
what type of rna is the most abundant form ribosomal
process by which genetic info is copied from DNA to RNA transcription
whats the products of transcriptions transcripts
3 types of transcripts mRNA, tRNA, rRNA
production of protein is protein synthesis
proteins are... polymers
a correlation between a nucleotide sequence and an amino acid sequence is genetic code
3 mRNA equals codon
start codon AUG
stop codon UAA, UAG, UGA
process of assembling polypeptides from info encoded in mRNA is translation
ribosomes are composed of ,,, rRNA and proteins
ribosomes have ... that are key to translation 3 binding sites
Created by: Riley4050