Journal: Describe how DNA is replicated. Q. What is the shape of DNA?. A. Double Helix. Q. What is the “backbone” of DNA . A. Sugar and phosphates. Q. What is the product of DNA replication?. A. Two Identical daughter strands. Q. What does DNA polymerase do?.
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A. Double Helix
A. Sugar and phosphates
A. Two Identical daughter strands
A. Adds the nitrogen bases & proof reads the DNA sequences
A. growth and cell division
a harmless version of a disease-causing microbe
Causes an immune response…
The body will make antibodies to fight the microbe
Virus that infects bacteria
During the Synthesis (S) phase of Interphase
Half of a replication bubble, where the DNA seperates.
Phosphate group, Sugar (deoxyribose), & nitrogen base
Purines and Pyrimidines
Adenine and guanine
Thymine and Cytosine
When a nucleotide joins the strand, phosphate groups are broken off
DNA unwinds, hydrogen bonds break, replication bubbles form, bubble grow together, two identical strands formed.
Change in nucleotide sequence