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PROTEIN

PROTEIN

PROTEIN. Protein Structure. Polymer of amino acids amine group (N) acid group side chain. Protein Structure. Proteins are unique among energy nutrients They contain NITROGEN Composed of 20 different amino acids 9 amino acids are essential, other 11 are not essential

By jacob
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DNA Replication

DNA Replication

DNA Replication. Vocabulary: Replication - Synthesis of an identical copy of a DNA strand. http://www.lewport.wnyric.org/jwanamaker/animations/DNA%20Lecture.html. In which cell organelle is DNA replicated?. Nucleus. When does DNA cell replication occur?. Before a cell divides

By liona
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Simulated Lab Relationships & Biodiversity

Simulated Lab Relationships & Biodiversity

Simulated Lab Relationships & Biodiversity. Botana curus is a valuable plant because it produces Curol, a compound used for treating certain kinds of cancer. Curol can not be produced in the laboratory.

By darrius
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Problem of the Day!!!

Problem of the Day!!!

Problem of the Day!!! . 3/4 . A DNA molecule is made up of 4 nitrogen bases, what are they? . Chapter 4 Section 4 – The DNA Connection. The order of the nitrogen bases along a gene forms a genetic code that specifies what type of protein will be produced. .

By Rita
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Genes: Structure Replication and Expression. Replication: During mitotic division information is duplicated by DNA replication and is passed on to next generation daughter cells has exavcyt replica of the parent DNA. Role of DNA in Protein synthesis.

By gyula
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Chapter 14.3

Chapter 14.3

Chapter 14.3. The Other RNA’s. AP Biology Fall 2010. tRNA. Each kind of tRNA has an anticodon that is complementary to an mRNA codon Each tRNA also carries one specific amino acid . tRNA. After the mRNA arrives in the cytoplasm, an anticodon on a tRNA bonds to the codon on the mRNA

By sarila
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. 12-3. 2 Steps of Protein Synthesis. Transcription Translation. Transcription. DNA is coded (transcribed) into the RNA “language” The DNA sequence is copied into a complementary RNA sequence G  C C  G T  A A  U. Transcription.

By halia
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Protein Biosynthesis

Protein Biosynthesis

Protein Biosynthesis. Away from the Ribosome Genetic code Charging tRNA Ribosomes On the Ribosome Initiation complex Elongation factors Peptide bond formation Termination. Characteristics of the Code. non-overlapping degenerate triplet

By ishana
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DNA

DNA

DNA. What Do Genes Look Like?. Review: Traits are physical characteristics Genes give the instructions for traits Genes are on chromosomes in the nucleus. The Pieces of the Puzzle. Chromosomes are made of protein and DNA

By mariel
(122 views)

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. DNA  RNA  Protein. 2 Major Steps. Transcription – DNA is transcribed (copied!) into single stranded mRNA (DNA code transcribed into RNA code) Translation – mRNA is translated into protein (amino acids). Transcription. Occurs in nucleus (where the DNA is located!)

By truda
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Help! I broke a nail!. What are nails made of? A protein called keratin How does your body make a new nail to replace the one that broke off? The body needs to make more keratin ( Keratin is a protein. Remember: If it ends in “in” it is a prote in)

By zarifa
(64 views)

RNA & Central Dogma

RNA & Central Dogma

RNA & Central Dogma. What does DNA stand for? Based on your answer to #1, predict what RNA stands for? What is the complementary DNA strand to this sequence GTA ATC ATA? Draw and label a picture of a nucleotide. Who are Watson & Crick & what do they have to do with DNA? .

By lieu
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PROTEIN SYNTHESIS

PROTEIN SYNTHESIS

PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. RNA (RIBONUCLEIC ACID) Nucleic acid involved in the synthesis of proteins. RNA STRUCTURE Composed of nucleotides, but differs from DNA in three ways. Single strand of nucleotides instead of double stranded Has uracil instead of thymine

By temira
(89 views)

Splash

Splash

Splash. Chapter Introduction The Genetic Code: Using Information 9.1 Genetic Material 9.2 Importance of Proteins Transcription 9.3 RNA Synthesis 9.4 RNA Processing Protein Synthesis 9.5 Translation 9.6 Transport and Modification of Proteins 9.7 Translation Errors Viruses

By bella
(115 views)

Ribonucleic Acid

Ribonucleic Acid

Ribonucleic Acid. Proteins. Protein synthesis. Transcription. translation . During transcription, RNA polymerase unwinds the DNA and adds in the complementary nucleotides to make a single stranded piece of mRNA. Ligase helps the DNA strand close and the mRNA moves out of the nucleus.

By bond
(111 views)

Genetics

Genetics

Genetics. Field of Biology based on understanding how characteristics are passed from parents to offspring. Mckenna, Caroline, Emmie, Lisa. General Definitions. Allele  alternate form of a gene Complete dominance one allele completely hides the other

By geneva
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Help! I broke a nail!. What are nails made of? A protein called keratin How does your body make a new nail to replace the one that broke off? The body needs to make more keratin ( Keratin is a protein. Remember: If it ends in “in” it is a prote in)

By nikkos
(92 views)

DNA Replication & Protein Synthesis

DNA Replication & Protein Synthesis

DNA Replication & Protein Synthesis . DNA. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) is found in what part of the cell?. Nucleus. What is DNA made of?. Monomers called Nucleotides (Biochemical group Nucleic Acid: 3 parts: Sugar (deoxyribose) Phosphate group Nitrogen base. NUCLEOTIDES.

By cameo
(126 views)

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Transcription and Translation. AP Biology Unit 2. Flow of Genetic Information. All living organisms use DNA to synthesize RNA to make proteins Same two-step process: Transcription  Translation Some antibiotics inhibit protein synthesis in bacteria.

By ekram
(123 views)

How do we get actual traits from our genes and DNA?

How do we get actual traits from our genes and DNA?

How do we get actual traits from our genes and DNA?. Protein Synthesis. What we know:. DNA consists of A, T, C and G’s (about 3 billion of them!) in a double helix structure. Our traits are passed down to us from both parents when sperm and eggs are made during meiosis.

By cala
(96 views)

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