Plant species

A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y · Z

dna strand

Listing 1 - 10 from 19 for dna strand

DNA Replication
... was true, the following experiment was performed: The original DNA strand was labelled with the heavy isotope of nitrogen, N-15. This DNA was allowed to go through one round of replication with ... relative stability of each end of DNA. A triphosphate is required to provide energy for the bond between a newly attached nucleotide and the growing DNA strand. However, this triphosphate is very unstable ...
web.mit.edu

Polymerase Chain Reaction - Xeroxing DNA
... DNA in each chromosome. The first step in this process is to "unzip" the two DNA chains of the double helix. As the two strands separate, DNA polymerase makes a copy using each strand as a template. The four nucleotide bases, the building blocks of every piece of DNA ... the DNA strand. This ...
web.mit.edu
More from this site

Plant Pathology Glossary
... structure found in some plant parasitic fungi. The penetration peg is a specialised, narrow, hyphal strand located on the underside of an appressorium that penetrates the epidermal cell wall. Phenotype the ... whereby a base sequence of messenger RNA (mRNA) is synthesized on a complementary segment of DNA. Translation the process that occurs at the ribosome whereby the information in messenger RNA ( ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

In situ hybridization of non-radiolabelled RNA probes to sectioned tissue.
... leave a 3 overhang. Phenol/chloroform extract to get rid of any RNAses. Resuspend the DNA in DEPC-treated water to a concentration of 0.5 micrograms/microliter. Transcription Reaction: ... each individual pair. Decide which pairs will be probed with sense strand probes (controls) and which will be probed with antisense strand probes. 1. Make hybridization solution (enough for 5 slide pairs ...
carnegiedpb.stanford.edu

Qβ replicase
... with DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from Escherichia coli. Biochem 40, 3308-3315 (2001) available online. Outline I- Qβ replicase 1- "Replicase" - makes copies of template (through (-) strand intermediate) 2 ... " small RNAs can infect T7 DNA dependent RNA polymerase VI- In vivo control of RNA synthesis 1- Ribosomes compete with replicase for binding 2- (+) strand is sequestered by encapsidation 3 ...
plantpath.unl.edu

Viroids
... M., Grenier, C., Perreault, J-P. Characterization of a Viroid-Derived RNA Promoter for the DNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase from Escherichia coli, Biochem 41, 6561-71 (2002) Symons, R.H. ... 1- Viroids depend on RNA polymerase II (nucleolus, α -amanitin sensitive) 2- Infection gives minus strand oligomers, suggests rolling circle replication 3- Oligomers cleave to give linear monomers 4- Ligases convert ...
plantpath.unl.edu
More from this site

On-Line Glossary: D
... DNA. (13) DNA fingerprinting. A laboratory technique in which the banding patterns of DNA fragments from two different individuals are compared. (1) DNA polymerase. An enzyme that synthesizes a daughter strand(s) of DNA (under direction from a DNA template). May be involved in repair or replication. (13) DNA replicase. A DNA ...
ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu

On-Line Glossary: E
... 7-diamino-10-ethyl-9-phenylphenanthridinium bromide). A trypanocidal, bacteriostatic dye that binds to DNA and fluoresces under near-ultraviolet light; used for tracking nucleic acids. (16) etiolation ... (20) exonuclease. A nuclease that sequentially removes nucleotides from one end of a strand of nucleic acid. (16) exopathogen. Nonparasitic organism whose extracellular toxic metabolites cause ...
ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu
More from this site

Lab Manual Exercise #2
... DNA molecule wrapped around beads of histone protein. Each protein bead contains about 200 base pairs on its surface, while the strand between consists of about 50 base pairs. Each protein bead with DNA on its surface is ... entirely. Gender verification in the Olympic Games now employs sophisticated DNA testing rather than counting Barr bodies within the nuclei of ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Lab Manual Exercise # 1a
... ATP production in autotrophic plant cells. Like mitochondria, chloroplasts contain their own circular DNA molecules. In fact, chloroplast DNA, including the protein-coding RBCL gene, is often used at the family ... illustrate this remarkable process. A series of several ribosomes moving along the same m-RNA strand is called a polyribosome. Ribosomes are composed of ribosomal RNA and they are not ...
waynesword.palomar.edu
More from this site




These listings are filtered
View all for dna strand