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1 Vocabulary Review Nucleic Acids
2 Enzyme that unwinds & separates the DNA strands Helicase
3 Double helix shape DNA
4 Base with a double carbon-nitrogen ring Purine
5 Change in a DNA nucleotide sequence Mutation
6 Copies DNA and carries the code to the cytoplasm mRNA
7 AUG Start Codon
8 Globular Shaped RNA making up ribosomes rRNA
9 Region of DNA that marks the start of a gene in eukaryotes Promoter
10 Process of copying DNA in order to make proteins Transcription
11 Y-shaped point where helicase separates the two chains of DNA Replication Fork
12 Base found on DNA, but NOT found on RNA Thymine
13 Base with a double carbon-nitrogen ring Purine
14 Sugar found in RNA nucleotides Ribose
15 Change in a DNA nucleotide sequence Mutation
16 Cytosine only pairs with guanine Base-Pairing Rule
17 Base found on RNA ONLY URACIL
18 Process of copying DNA in order to make proteins Transcription
19 Globular Shaped RNA making up ribosomes rRNA
20 Process of reading mRNA and assembling amino acids to make proteins TRANSLATION
21 Y-shaped point where helicase separates the two chains of DNA Replication Fork
22 Bases with a single carbon-nitrogen ring Pyrimidine
23 Base found on RNA ONLY URACIL
24 Enzyme that unwinds & separates the DNA strands Helicase
25 Sugar found in RNA nucleotides Ribose
26 Double helix shape DNA
27 RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosomes for assembly into polypeptides or proteins tRNA
28 Base with a double carbon-nitrogen ring Purine
29 Three mRNA nucleotides in a row that code for an amino acid Codon
30 Region of DNA that marks the start of a gene in eukaryotes Promoter
31 Base found on DNA, but NOT found on RNA Thymine
32 Enzyme that helps replicate DNA by adding free nucleotides to the template strand DNA Polymerase
33 Process of making identical copies of DNA Replication
34 Process of reading mRNA and assembling amino acids to make proteins TRANSLATION
35 AUG Start Codon
36 Copies DNA and carries the code to the cytoplasm mRNA
37 Cytosine only pairs with guanine Base-Pairing Rule
38 RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosomes for assembly into polypeptides or proteins tRNA
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