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DNA Replication

QuestionAnswer
Nucleotide Building block of DNA
Daughter Strand New DNA that is formed.
Parent Strand Original strand of DNA
Mutation Any change in DNA.
Chromosome Compacted DNA.
Nucleus Organelle where DNA Replication takes place.
Gene Segments of DNA that code for Proteins.
Enzyme Proteins that speeds up or slows down chemical reactions.
Deoxyribose Sugar found in DNA.
Bases AT, CG
Complimentary A matching pair.
Addition Type of mutation where a nucleotide is added.
Deletion Type of mutation where a nucleotide is removed.
Rearrangement Type of mutation where two nucleotides are switched.
Variation Different sequences of DNA.
Double Helix Shape of DNA
Blueprint Set of directions used to create products.
Replicate To make an exact copy.
Nucleic Acid Organic molecule of which DNA is a polymer.
Polymer Large Molecule
Monomer Small molecule or building block.
Amino Acid Building block of proteins.
Glucose Building block of Carbohydrates.
Carbohydrates Organic Molecule group that contains sugars.
46 Number of Chromosomes in a human body cell.
DNA Replication Process in which DNA makes an exact copy of itself.
Autotroph Organisms that make their own food.
Chloroplast Organelle where photosynthesis takes place.
Mitochondria organelle where Cellular Respiration takes place.
Diffusion Movement of molecules from a high concentration to a low concentration without using ATP.
Active Transport Movement of molecules from a low concentration to a high concentration using ATP.
Equillibrium When molecules moving into the cell have the same number as the molecules moving out of the cell.
Osmosis Diffusion of water.
Cell Membrane Organelle that is composed of a phospholipid bilayer.
Hydrophobic Water fearing.
Hydrophilic Water loving.
Organelles Smallest structures that can carry out functions necessary to sustain life.
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