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What is DNA made of Phosphate, sugar, base molecule
What is the correct term for DNA Double Helix
Which do these letters go with G T A C G- C A- T
List from largest structure to smallest Cell, nucleus, chromosome, DNA, gene, base Cell, nucleus, chromosome, DNA, gene, base
If a DNA sample contains 14% Guanine, what percentage it the Cytosine? Cytosine is also 14% because if the base pairs match (G+C) then they would have the same percentage
Where do your cells get the parts needed to put together DNA molecule Food
What is DNA in out body DNA is a protein code for out bodies
The change caused by the independant variable is The dependant variable
Genetically transmitted or transmittable from parents to offspring Heredity
Monomer that forms DNA and has a phosphate group, a sugar, and a nitrogen base is... Nucleotide
The rule that nucleotides bond with A>T C> G Base pairing
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