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General Biology I Test 4 Study Guide Review all Powerpoints Review terms that deal with the topics we covered in lecture Chapter 14 Know the structure of DNA – double helix; if DNA is a ladder, what makes up the rungs of the ladder, the sides of the ladder? DNA replication – know process; what is DNA polymerase? What is helicase? Why is RNA incorporated into the DNA during replication? In what direction does DNA replication occur? What is the replication fork? What are Okazaki fragments? What is the ORI and how does having multiple ORI’s effect replication? What type of bond holds the DNA double helix together? Who are Watson and Crick? DNA replication is semiconservative, keeping the original template strand and a newly created strand Chargaff’s rule states that there will be equal amounts of purines to pyrimadines (A-T & G-C) Know what a frameshift mutation? Chapter 15 Know the central dogma for the flow of information
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  • Fall '18
  • DNA, ORI,  DNA replication

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