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BI Lab 9

nucleotides each DNA molecule is composed of these subunits
nitrogenous base, deoxyribose, and phosphate group three parts that make up the nucleotide
nitrogenous base adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine
deoxyribose five-carbon sugar
hydrogen bonds hold together two nucleotide strands in a spiral double helix
complementary base pairing inside the double helix, the bases always pair in a specific order: adenine with thymine and guanine with cytosine
replication duplication of the molecule
antiparallel nature nature of the double-stranded DNA molecule in which opposite ends of the molecule have phosphate bonds
filtrate liquid mixture that flows through something like cheesecloth
interface layer between filtrate and ethanol
precipitating becoming solid and visible in a solution
Created by: pace_sauce