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On-Line Glossary: G
... group of plant viruses with double particles, each particle containing circular or linear single-stranded DNA; this group is divided into two subgroups I and II (transmitted in a circulative ... transcription step alone. (10) genetic code. The nucleotide sequence of a DNA molecule (or, in certain viruses, of an RNA molecule) in which information for the synthesis of proteins is contained. (16) genital ...
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On-Line Glossary: R
... of transformation that generates tagged mutations. (19) reniform. Kidney-shaped. (14) replicon. Any DNA sequence or molecule that possesses a replication origin and is therefore potentially capable of being ... if both strands of the DNA lack appropriate modification at that sequence, cleaves the DNA either at the recognition sequence or at another site in the DNA molecule. (16) reticulate. Having ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... of two chromatids. Each chromatid is essentially composed of a greatly coiled DNA molecule and protein. The chromatids (DNA molecules) are attached in a region known as the centromere. In these ... of prophase. One chromatid of this eukaryotic chromosome doublet is unravelled, showing a twisted DNA molecule wrapped around beads of histone protein. Each protein bead contains about 200 base pairs ...
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CENTRAL DOGMA PROBLEMS
... DNA Polymerase III, the nucleotide precursors dATP, dTTP, DCTP, and dGTP and any necessary ions. You perform 4 separate experiments in which you add a DNA molecule to the solution and test for DNA synthesizing activity. Which of the DNA molecules listed below would lead to DNA synthesis when added to your solution ...
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DNA Model
... The DNA Model Crossword Puzzle Read About The Polymerase Chain Reaction Four DNA Nucleotides: P = Phosphate D = Deoxyribose (Sugar) A = Adenine (Purine) G = Guanine (Purine) C = Cytosine (Pyrimidine) T = Thymine (Pyrimidine) DNA Molecule ( ... (Each With 1 Anticodon): AA = Amino Acid H = Hydrogen Ion OH = Hydroxyl Ion W = Water Molecule Go To The Crossword Puzzles Page Go To The WAYNE'S WORD Page Go ...
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DNA Replication
... DNA Replication Central Dogma DNA Replication Watson and Crick were particularly excited about their model because the complementary nature of the DNA molecule suggested a way in which it might self-replicate ... (in the form of ATP ) to break the strands apart. DNA polymerase proceeds along a single-stranded molecule of DNA, recruiting free dNTP's (deoxy-nucleotide-triphosphates) to hydrogen bond with ...
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Graphics Gallery
... of Molecular Biology Structure of DNA DNA Molecule - Two Views Possible Models for DNA Replication DNA Replicating Itself Collaboration of Proteins During Replication RNA and DNA RNA Synthesis and Processing ... Sugar Production of Acetyl CoA Immunity: Antibodies Antibody - Another View An Antibody Molecule Carbohydrate Recognition at Infection Site Specialized Processes: Propagation of an Action ...
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Intriguing activity
... of biochemistry in the College, that advances the understanding of how genetic information, encoded in DNA, is decoded for the production of proteins. Dr. Agris and academic colleagues have shown ... favor of the 1966 “Wobble Hypothesis” offered by Francis Crick, the co-discoverer of the DNA molecule and its double-helix structure, and Agris’ own “Modified Wobble Hypothesis,” posed in 1991. Finally ...
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Floridata: A Gardener's Journal - December 2003
... that it might look good carved into the shape of a double helix (like a DNA molecule) held aloft on slender spidery-legged stems. This first pruning was radical but was done ...
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DNA
... similar units repeated over and over. The units in DNA are composed of a sugar (2-deoxy-D-ribose), ... of DNA is composed of alternate sugar and phosphoric acid groups, connected together. Attached to each sugar molecule is also a purine or a pyrimidine base. The base, its sugar, and the attached phosphoric acid group, are called a nucleotide. There are two polymer chains in a DNA molecule ...
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