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Bisc 3 notes 1) “Central Dogma” 2) DNA structure a. Anti parallel strands b. Bases purines and pyrimidines 3) Semi-conservative replication of DNA 4) Bidirectional “ growing forks” 1) Central Dogma a. DNA codes for mRNA which codes for protein b. One gene codes for one certain protein c. The average length of the amino acids the average of 300? d. Francis crick came up this theory of central dogma of life e. They use the same thing to make proteins and then they will come together to make it work f. Get the right genes and that cell is capable of making all those kinds of proteins g. DNA replication is important because every new cell needs a new complement of DNA h. Human cells have 46 chromosomes 2) DNA structure a. Antiparallel strands b. Two reasons for DNA for heredity and making more cells c. DNA has a companion strands-double helix d. 5 prime hand and the 3 prime hand- has anti-parallel instructions e. Base pairs with hydrogen bonds 3) Semi-conservative replication a. DNA replication is to build two new strands in the middle so 5 binds with
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