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DNA/RNA . DNA. RNA. Watson & Crick. Maurice Wilkins & Rosalind Franklin. Rosalind Franklin. Chargaff’s Rule of Ratios. From analytic studies Edwin Chargaff (1952) determined that the: Amount of Adenine always equals the amount of Thymine

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Dna rna

DNA/RNA

DNA

RNA


Watson crick

Watson & Crick


Maurice wilkins rosalind franklin

Maurice Wilkins & Rosalind Franklin

  • Rosalind Franklin


Chargaff s rule of ratios

Chargaff’s Rule of Ratios

From analytic studies Edwin Chargaff (1952) determined that the:

  • Amount of Adenine always equals the amount of Thymine

  • Amount of Cytosine always equals the amount of Guanine

  • The amount of A-T is independent of the amount of C-G

Erwin Chargaff, an American biochemist


Dna replication and protein synthesis

DNA: replication and protein synthesis


Where have we seen dna being replicated

Where have we seen DNA being replicated?

MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS


Building blocks of dna nucleotides

Building blocks of DNA: Nucleotides


The sugar

The sugar

Deoxyribose

The phosphate


The nitrogenous bases

The nitrogenous bases

The Purines

Why are these called nitrogenous bases?


The nitrogenous bases1

The nitrogenous bases

The Pyrimidines

How are the pyrimidines different from the purines?


Four different nucleotides

Four different Nucleotides

BASIC STRUCTURE


Dna is a polymer formed by base pairing base pairing rule

DNA is a polymer formed by base pairing: Base pairing rule

A pairs with T

C pairs with G


The double helix

The Double Helix

  • The overall shape of DNA is described as a double helix (a twisted ladder).

  • What force holds the two strands together?


Dna nucleotides

 DNA Nucleotides

Section 12-1

Purines

Pyrimidines

Adenine

Guanine

Cytosine

Thymine

Phosphate group

Deoxyribose


Dna replication

DNA Replication

  • ANIMATION

  • ANIMATION DETAILED


Enzymes involved in dna replication

Enzymes involved in DNA replication

  • Helicase – opens the double helix to allow for replication

  • DNA polymerase – reads the original DNA strand and lays down complementary bases

  • Ligase – glues the newly formed DNA together


Dna replication practice

DNA replication practice

  • You are DNA polymerase. Helicase has opened the DNA strand – read each side and produce the complementary copies.

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    A G G T A A C C G G T T A C G A T T A T

    T C C A T T G G C C A A T G C T A A T A

    A G G T A A C C G G T T A C G A T T A T

    T C C A T T G G C C A A T G C T A A T A


12 2 part 2 the structure of dna

12.2 (part 2) - The Structure of DNA

  • Solving the Structure of DNA

  • Three scientists who worked to solve the structure of DNA were Rosalind Franklin, James Watson, and Francis Crick. Franklin found clues. These clues helped Watson and Crick explain the structure and properties of DNA.


12 2 part 2 the structure of dna1

12.2 (part 2) - The Structure of DNA

  • A Venn diagram is made up of overlapping circles. It is a useful tool for comparing two or even three topics. In the space where the circles overlap, write the features that the topics share. In the space where the circles do not overlap, write the features that are unique to each topic.

  • built a three-dimensional model of DNA

  • helped determine the shape of a DNA molecule

  • photographed DNA using X-ray diffraction

  • showed that DNA is a double helix

  • studied DNA’s structure and properties


12 2 part 2 the structure of dna2

12.2 (part 2) - The Structure of DNA

  • Complete the Venn diagram using phrasesfrom the word box.

- studied DNA’s structure and properties

helped determine the shape of a DNA molecule

showed that DNA is a double helix

photographed DNA using X-ray diffraction

built a three-dimensional model of DNA


How are dna and rna similar

How are DNA and RNA similar?

  • DNA is composed of nucleotides and RNA is composed of nucleotides


In your notes to practice base pairing rules again

IN YOUR NOTES TO PRACTICE BASE PAIRING RULES AGAIN

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A G T C C G T T A G T

T C A G G C A A T C A


Let s review

Let’s Review

  • DNA Structure is a _____ ______

  • DNA is composed of __________What are four that make up DNA?

    • A

    • T

    • C

    • G


How are dna and rna different

How are DNA and RNA different?

  • DNA…

    • Nucleotides = deoxyribose sugar

    • Double helix structure

    • Stays inside nucleus

  • RNA…

    • Nuleotides = ribose sugar

    • Single-strand structure

    • Located both inside and outside of nucleus

    • Uracil instead of thymine


How are dna and rna different1

How are DNA and RNA different?


Transcription

Transcription

  • mRNA – stands for messenger RNA

    • it is the copy of the DNA message for making a protein

    • Occurs in the nucleus

    • Promoter region on DNA marks where transcription should start and terminator region marks where it should stop


Dna rna

mRNA

  • Transcribes DNA message and carries it to ribosome

  • RNA polymerse is the enzyme that produces it

CLICK ON PICTURE FOR ANIMATION ON TRANSCRIPTION


Dna rna

mRNA

  • No T (thymine) so when it reads the nucleotide A on DNA it matches it with ____?


Protein synthesis transcription and translation

Protein Synthesis= transcription and translation

  • DNA contains all the information for your traits – the genes

  • These genes are blueprints and need to remain safe – kept inside the nucleus

  • Copies can be made though – a messenger


Genotype phenotype

Genotype  Phenotype

DNA mRNA tRNA PROTEIN

Transcription Translation


Dna rna

tRNA

  • Once mRNA is made it attaches to a ribosome

  • tRNA = transfer RNA and they carry amino acids

  • Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins (remember?)


Translation

Translation

  • Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis

  • Click here to see mRNA and tRNA work together at that ribosome to build a protein


Codon mrna anti codon trna

Codon = mRNAAnti-codon = tRNA


Comparing rna dna

Comparing RNA & DNA

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Comparing rna dna1

Comparing RNA & DNA

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Comparing rna dna2

Comparing RNA & DNA

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Figure 12 7 structure of dna

Figure 12–7 Structure of DNA

Section 12-1

Nucleotide

Hydrogen bonds

Sugar-phosphate backbone

Key

Adenine (A)

Thymine (T)

Cytosine (C)

Guanine (G)


Figure 12 14 transcription

Figure 12–14 Transcription

Section 12-3

Adenine (DNA and RNA)

Cystosine (DNA and RNA)

Guanine(DNA and RNA)

Thymine (DNA only)

Uracil (RNA only)

RNApolymerase

DNA

RNA


Do now begin rna concept map

Do Now Begin - RNA Concept Map

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Rna concept map

DNA

RNA Concept Map

RNA

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mRNA

rRNA

tRNA

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Brings amino acids

to the ribosome

Messenger RNA

Carry instructions

Ribosomal RNA

Combine with

protein

Transfer RNA

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to

to make up

Ribosomes

Ribosomes


Chromosomal mutations

 Chromosomal Mutations

Deletion

Duplication

Inversion

Translocation


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