Ch. 16 DNA9e - Ch 16 Warm-Up 1 Draw and label a nucleotide...

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Ch. 16 Warm-Up 1. Draw and label a nucleotide. 2. Why is DNA a double helix? 3. What is the complementary DNA strand to: DNA: A T C C G T A T G A A C
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Ch. 16 Warm-Up 1. What was the contribution made to science by these people: A. Hershey and Chase B. Franklin C. Watson and Crick 2. Chargaff’s Rules: If cytosine makes up 22% of the nucleotides, then adenine would make up ___ % ? 3. Explain the semiconservative model of DNA replication.
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Ch. 16 Warm-Up 1. What is the function of the following: A. Helicase B. DNA Ligase C. DNA Polymerase (I and III) D. Primase E. Nuclease 2. How does DNA solve the problem of slow replication on the lagging strand? 3. Code the complementary DNA strand: 3’ T A G C T A A G C T A C 5’ 4. What is the function of telomeres?
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THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE Chapter 16
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What you must know The structure of DNA. The major steps to replication. The difference between replication, transcription, and translation. The general differences between the bacterial chromosome and eukaryotic chromosomes. How DNA is packaged into a chromosome.
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Is the genetic material of organisms made of DNA or proteins? Problem:
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Frederick Griffith (1928)
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Frederick Griffith (1928) Conclusion : living R bacteria transformed into deadly S bacteria by unknown, heritable substance Oswald Avery, et al . (1944) Discovered that the transforming agent was DNA
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