Molecular Genetics and Mitosis. Genetic Processes – Unit 3: Asexual Reproduction – Lesson 1. Genetics is the science of heredity and variation in living organisms.
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Genetic Processes – Unit 3: Asexual Reproduction – Lesson 1
The sides of the helical ‘ladder’ are comprised of alternating sugars and phosphates.
Bases in DNA always bond the same way, called ‘Chargaff’s Rule’:
Cell increases in size following mitosis
Cell double checks DNA for replication errors
Cell cycle arrest
If a mutation occurs during the process of mitosis, only the offspring of the mutated somatic cell will have the alteration present.
Read p. 17, p. 68, & p. 152-159 in your text. Add/integrate any new information into your notes.