Chapter01_Lect1_08_25 - DNA deoxyribonucleic acid The...

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Unformatted text preview: DNA- deoxyribonucleic acid The “stuff” of life The DNA in your body stretches to the sun and back Genomes and proteomes differ Genomes and proteomes differ in size and complexity in size and complexity Aequoria victoria Green Fluorescent Protein Genetic transformation Genetic transformation in bacteria in bacteria Figure 1.2: Griffith's Experiment DNA is the DNA is the transforming transforming material material Figure 1.3: The Avery–MacLeod–McCarty Experiment DNA is the DNA is the genetic genetic material material Figure 1.5: The Hershey–Chase "blender" experiment The DNA double helix The DNA double helix Figure 1.6: Molecular Structure of the DNA double helix in the standard "B form" Properties of DNA Properties of DNA • Double helix • Strands show complementary base pairing • A:T and G:C base pairs • The strands are antiparallel Genes code for proteins, Genes code for proteins, with RNA as an intermediate with RNA as an intermediate Figure 1.16: DNA sequence coding for the first seven amino acids in a polypeptide chain DNA is...
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