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Lecture 7


Why and when must DAN be replicated? (blank)
After strand separation, what kind of Nucleotides pair up with the exposed DNA bases during Replication? (blank)
What enzyme is used during DNA Replication and what is its function? (blank)
What is produced and accomplished by DNA Replication that is different from Translation? (blank)
What happens to the 46 pairs of visible Chromosome pairs during the rest of Mitosis after Prophase? (blank)
Define Gene Mutation and explain the relative impact on Protein Synthesis of a deletion vs a substitution. (blank)
How does the redundency in the genetic code protect against the adverse effects of a single base substitution? (blank)
Somatic Mutaion may be very detrimental to the individual but not to the population as a whole. Explain. (blank)
Created by: Kristel