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Bio DNA Review

Biology DNA Review - Tobias

second step in creating protein translation
The D in DNA stands for deoxyribose
The N in DNA stands for nucleic
The A in DNA stands for acid
the relationship when strands pair using base pair rules complementary
Purpose of DNA stores and transmits genetic information
the location where proteins are made ribosome
first step in creating a protein transcription
carries the message to create proteins mRNA
determines what amino acid needs to be added codon
parts of a nucleotide sugar, phosphate, nitrogenous base
location of DNA nucleus
scientists who described DNA molecule Watson and Crick
3 base pair sequence on the tRNA that is complementary to the mRNA codon anticodon
Purpose of RNA carry out the process of making proteins
What does RNA look like? long, single stranded chain of nucleotides
when DNA makes an exact copy of itself to pass on to a new cell replication
RNA consisting of folded molecules which transport amino acids from the cytoplasm of a cell to a ribosome transfer of RNA
amino acids bond together to form a polypeptide molecule
transfer RNA RNA with folded molecules which transport amino acids from cytoplasm of a cell to a ribosome
difference between DNA and RNA single stranded, sugar is ribose, contains uracil
how many strands in RNA single stranded
the sequence that carries genetic information of an organism nucleotide
DNA is made of nucleotides
Created by: tobiashersey



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