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The scientist who conducted an experiment on mice to determine which strand of bacteria caused pneumonia ?
Who is Frederick Griffith?
The scientist who created an x-ray diffraction of DNA
Who is Rosalind Franklin?
The scientists who received the Nobel Prize for figuring out the structure of the DNA molecule
Who are James Watson & Francis Crick?
The scientist who determined that DNA was the transforming factor in Griffith’s experiment
Who are Avery, McCarty and McCleod?
The scientists who labeled the protein coat with S-35 and dna core with P-32 to determine which part of the bacteriophage infected the bacterium
Who are Hershey and Chase?
When DNA makes a copy of itself
What is DNA replication?
The place where DNA replication occurs
What is the nucleus?
The enzyme that unzips the DNA strand
What is DNA helicase?
The enzyme that base pairs free nucleotides with the parent/original strand?
What is DNA polymerase?
The enzyme that puts the dna strand back together?
What is DNA ligase?
The enzyme that unzips and base pairs free nucleotides
What RNA polymerase?
When dna is copied onto mRNA
What is transcription?
Where this process occurs
What is the nucleus?
The base adenine on DNA pairs with this base on RNA
What is uracil?
The number of sides on the DNA molecule by which mRNA is copied
What is one?
Also known as protein synthesis
What is translation?
The end product of this process
What is a protein?
The organelle where this process occurs
What is a ribosome?
Which rna attaches to the ribosome and which one brings the amino acid?
What are mRNA and tRNA?
The structure of this molecule
What is double stranded, a double helix or twisted ladder?
The sugar of this molecule
What is deoxyribose?
The bases on DNA
What are adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine?
The organelle where DNA is located
What is the nucleus?
The building blocks of nucleic acids
What are nucleotides?
The structure of the RNA molecule
What is single stranded?
The sugar in RNA
What is ribose?
The bases on RNA
What are adenine, uracil, cytosine, and guanine?
The types of RNA
What are mRNA, rRNA, and tRNA?
The role of each type of RNA
What is copy the info from dna, a component of the ribosome, and brings the amino acid to the ribosome?
DNA & RNA
These three base sequence on dna, mRNA, and tRNA
What are codons and anticodons?
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