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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 DNA RNA DNA Replication & Transcription Translation Miscellaneous
What does DNA stand for? 100 points
What Sugar is used in DNA? 200 Points
What Nitrogen Bases are used in DNA? 300 points
Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine
Where does DNA’s location within the cell? 400 points
In what two processes is DNA directly used in the process? 500 Points
DNA Replication & Transcription
What Nitrogen Bases are used in RNA? 100 Points
Adenine, Uracil, Guanine, and Cytosine
What does RNA stand for? 200 points
RNA is responsible for doing what with genetic information? 300 points
RNA Transfers and Translates Information
What two processes is RNA directly used within the process? 400 points
Transcription & Translation
Once RNA leaves the Nucleus, where does the RNA go? 500 points
How many new strands of DNA is made after DNA Replication? 100 points
In Transcription, what is made from this process? 200 points
In each new strand of DNA made from DNA Replication, what percentage of the new strand is the original material? 300 points
In DNA Replication, what are the Nitrogen Base pairing rules? 400 points
Adenine pairs with Thymine Guanine pairs with Cytosine
Describe the Transcription process in 2-3 steps. 500 points
1. DNA Unzips 2. RNA polymerase reads DNA to make RNA 3. DNA twists back up and RNA leaves nucleus
What is made in Translation? 100 points
Where does Translation occur? 200 points
Proteins are made up of a chain of what? 300 points
What is a codon? 400 points
3 bases on a mRNA strand that will code for a certain amino acid
Describe the process of Translation in about 2-3 steps. 500 points
1. RNA reaches the Ribosome 2. Codons on the RNA are read and the right amino acid is produced 3. The amino acid chain then forms a protein once process is over
What type of bonds are used between Nitrogen Bases of the DNA molecule? 100 points
What job does rRNA do? 200 points
What is the way genetic information is passed in the cells? 300 points
What job does tRNA have? 400 points
Carry amino acids during the Translation process that form a chain making a protein!
When is my birthday? 500 points
January 11th 1979
The DNA Connection.
MOLECULAR GENETICS. DNA- deoxyribonucleic acid James Watson and Francis Crick discover the structure of the DNA molecule DNA is a double helix (twisted.
TRANSLATION/PROTEIN SYNTHESIS Unit 4 – Part 1. Central Dogma DNA mRNA Proteins Traits.
Nucleic Acids DNA vs. RNA
RNA: Structure and Function. RNA FUNCTION Function: RNA reads blueprints (DNA) & makes protein.
Structure Types of RNA Transcription. =RiboNucleic Acid.
Q2 WK8 D3 & 4. How does DNA’s message travel OUT of the nucleus and INTO THE CELL, where the message gets expressed as a protein??? This is known as…
Transcription and Translation
1. What is this structure? 2 DNA! DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid); which stores and provides the information that our body needs to make the various proteins.
Mrs. Degl Molecular Genetics DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. Nearly every cell in a.
DeoxyriboNucleic Acid Chemical code containing the information needed for an organism’s growth and function.
RNA & Protein Synthesis.
DNA Chapter 12. DNA DeoxyriboNucleic Acid Sugar = deoxyribose Adenine + Thymine Guanine + Cytosine Double-stranded helix with alternating sugars and phosphate.
Protein Synthesis. DNA in the Cell The Central Dogma DNA RNA Protein.
DNA Replication, Transcription and Translation Structure of DNA and RNA DNA Deoxyribonucleic Acids are nucleotides made of: –Base pairs (Adenine, Thymine,
D.N.A. DeoxyriboNucleic Acid
1 2 Number of base pairs in humans 3 What is 3.2 billion?
Chapter From DNA to Protein.
RNARNA. PROTEIN SYNTHESIS The BIG Picture……. Objective: By the end of class today students will be able to change a DNA sequence into an PROTIEN sequence.
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