What has this. ...got to do with this?. From DNA to Proteins. -Recap knowledge of protein synthesis from GCSE. -Be able to describe the structure of DNA, mRNA and tRNA . -State the difference between DNA and RNA. . DNA . Found inside cell nucleus. Arranged in chromosomes. . Gene .
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...got to do with this?
-Recap knowledge of protein synthesis from GCSE.
-Be able to describe the structure of DNA, mRNA and tRNA.
-State the difference between DNA and RNA.
Found inside cell nucleus. Arranged in chromosomes.
Section of DNA that codes for a single protein. Different versions of the same gene are known as alleles.
Ribose nucleic acid. Is the intermediate between DNA and proteins.
Made up of amino acids, the order of which is determined by the series of nitrogenous bases in the gene.
Proteins are made up of amino acids
The order of bases in a gene determines the order of strands in a protein.
Remember 1 gene = 1 protein !!!!!!!
The following video shows Protein Synthesis taking place in cells.
Draw a picture to show the structure of a DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) molecule. Include the following terms...
Ribose sugar, phosphate group, sugar phosphate back bone, nucleotide base, pyramidine, purine, adenosine, guanine, cytosine, thymidine.