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Viral Genomes

Viral Genomes

Viral Genomes. Virus. A virus is a non-cellular particle made up of genetic material and protein that can invade living cells. Viruses are very small – smaller than the smallest cell. They are usually surrounded by a capsid of proteins.

By josh
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Nucleic Acid Structure and Organization

Nucleic Acid Structure and Organization

Nucleic Acid Structure and Organization. Asmarinah Department of Medical Biology. Nucleic acid. - Macromolecules consisting of a chain of nucleotides joined together by phosphodiester bonds. divided into: DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) molecules RNA (Ribonucleic acid) molecules.

By zahina
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RNA & Transcription

RNA & Transcription

RNA & Transcription. Chapter 12- p.300-301. What are the two types of nucleic acids?. DNA- Codes to make a protein. Codes= bases (CTGA) Made up of nucleotides. 2 strands to a DNA molecule RNA- Disposable copy of DNA Made up of nucleotides. 1 strand to a RNA molecule.

By carrie
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RNA

RNA

RNA. Ribonucleic Acid. Question. Use the following diagram to locate the nucleus and ribosomes on the cell. Key Terms. Ribose : sugar molecule of every RNA nucleotide Transcription : process by which genetic information is copied from DNA to RNA. The structure of RNA.

By muniya
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The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology

The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology

The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. Mark Mayo Cypress College. Last update 3/11/14. The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. Reverse Transcription. Importance of Proteins. There are three main kinds: structural - make up most body parts hormone - chemical that controls the body

By laban
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. DNA (genes) to proteins. Turned into. Takes code on basepairs. Converts it to. DNA. RNA. PROTEIN. Protein Synthesis. Building protein from DNA in cells. Review. Proteins - long chains of amino acids. Order of amino acids important because.

By yvon
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DNA RNA Protein Trait

DNA RNA Protein Trait

DNA RNA Protein Trait. Transcription & Translation Chapter 10. R ibo n ucleic A cid. Understanding RNA. Single Stranded. RNA Nucleotides. A. Sugar ( ribose ) B. Phosphate Group C. Nitrogen Bases ( ACGU ). B. A. C. A.     Cytosine:Guanine (C G).

By nen
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Review . Purpose of DNA Replication Copy DNA exactly to put into a new cell. Protein Synthesis. Using the DNA code to make proteins Each gene gives you a protein with a function. Importance of Proteins. Every chemical reaction and structural component in your body

By macha
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Figure 16.0 Watson and Crick

Figure 16.0 Watson and Crick

Figure 16.0 Watson and Crick. Figure 16.5 The double helix. Strands “anti-parallel”. 5’ end. 3’ end. 3’ end. 5’ end. J.D. Watson, F.H.Crick, “Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribonucleic Acids.” Nature 171 (1953): 738

By hamish
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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Transcription and Translation. The Central Dogma. The information encoded with the DNA nucleotide sequence of a double helix is transferred to a mRNA molecule. The mRNA molecule travels out of the nucleus and attaches to a ribosome

By psyche
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Chapter 17 RQ

Chapter 17 RQ

Chapter 17 RQ. Why do dwarf peas fail to make their own gibberellins? What did the “one gene – one polypeptide” hypothesis used to be called? What is the “bridge” between DNA and protein synthesis? What is the process by which one gene is copied into an mRNA strand?

By devi
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Cells

Cells

Cells Alive Overview of Cell Parts. Cells. Chapter 3. Cyt- cell Endo- in Hyper- above Hypo- below Inter- between. Iso- equal Mit- thread Phag- eat Pino- drink -som - body. Prefixes/Suffixes. Now we are ready to review the cell. What is in the cell?.

By hazel
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DNA CoMpEtiTiOn

DNA CoMpEtiTiOn

DNA CoMpEtiTiOn. Come up with a team name that’s DNA-related (ish) Team with the most points gets a special prize! (Class with most overall points also gets a prize). DNA. The information stored on DNA from one human cell. equals the amount of information in 1000, 500-page books.

By sal
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How Do We Get Proteins?

How Do We Get Proteins?

How Do We Get Proteins?. http://www.math.fsu.edu/~quine/IntroMathBio_04/Proteins/myoglobin_geis.jpg. myoglobin. When DNA copies…. It copy's in a very specific order. It copies 5’-3’ from a 3’-5’ Template. HUH?!?!. That means the DNA strand is in the following order…. DNA.

By cora
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RNA & PROTEIN SYNTHESIS

RNA & PROTEIN SYNTHESIS

RNA & PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. Chapter 12 Section 3 Pages 300-306. I. RNA A. What Is It? 1. RIBO-NUCLEIC ACID - The “Middle-Man” between DNA (nucleus) & the ribosomes (cytoplasm). 2. Structure a. Ribose (Sugar) b. Single-stranded, not double.

By oceana
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RNA and Protein Synthesis

RNA and Protein Synthesis

RNA and Protein Synthesis. Unit 4B. Vocabulary Review. Ribosome — makes proteins DNA polymerase – enzyme that puts together DNA Amino acid – building blocks (monomers) of proteins Polypeptide — another name for proteins Genes — sections of DNA that code for something. What is RNA?.

By rian
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Goal 3.01b: Protein Synthesis and Gene Regulation

Goal 3.01b: Protein Synthesis and Gene Regulation

Goal 3.01b: Protein Synthesis and Gene Regulation. Genetics: A whole new spin on “ who’s who .”. Central Dogma. From Gene to Protein. Bodies  Cells  DNA. Bodies are made up of cells All cells run on a set of instructions spelled out in DNA.

By rivka
(107 views)

Introduction

Introduction

Prev i ous Work. Backup. Method. Reference. Background. Introduction. Acknowledgments. Investigating mRNA’s of intrinsically disordered proteins. Harini Gopalakrishnan Advisor: Dr. Predrag Radivojac. Prev i ous Work. Backup. Method. Reference. Background. Introduction.

By mili
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DNA RNAProteins

DNA RNAProteins

DNA RNAProteins. Biology. REVIEW! What is DNA?. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) Monomers made up of nucleotides: Nucleotides consist of: A five carbon sugar, deoxyribose Four in it’s ring, one extending above the ring Missing one oxygen when compared to ribose Phosphate group

By joan-maldonado
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Chap. 12 DNA & RNA

Chap. 12 DNA & RNA

Chap. 12 DNA & RNA. DNA - What is it?. It’s the molecule that makes- up the genetic code. Polymer of double-stranded nucleotides. Chromosome structure: (P. 297). DNA + histones = chromatin histones + chromatin = nucleosome nucleosome allow lots of DNA to fit into a tiny space!!

By miranda-calvin
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