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CH 24 Review 2

Chemistry in living things

QuestionAnswer
products of photosynthesis oxygen and glucose
products of cellular respiration carbon dioxide and water and ATP
any random change in DNA mutation
has 2 strands / holds genetic information DNA
has 1 strand/ helps make proteins RNA
nucleotides used in DNA A, T, C, G
nucleotides used in RNA A, U, C, G
Cells that do not have a nucleus example: Bacteria cells prokaryotes
Energy for animal cells ATP
Energy for plant cells glucose
Cells that do have a nucleus example: Animal cells eukaryotes
means few sugars oligsaccharides
means many sugars polysaccharides
this phrase describes DNA's structure double helix
bond that holds amino acids together peptide
says that sometimes the 3rd nucleotide in codon can be different without affecting amino acid Wobble Effect
Created by: cadetjt