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Unformatted text preview: Molecular basis of diversity and central dogma How do genes affect traits? a review (I hope) DNA is made of deoxyribonucleotides Which one is a deoxyribonucleotide? A. B. DNA is made of deoxyribonucleotides Which one is a deoxyribonucleotide? A. B. The basic building blocks of DNA which is a nucleic acid Where is uracil found? A. DNA B. RNA C. Protein D. Lipids Where is uracil found? A. DNA B. RNA C. Protein D. Lipids DNA structure DNA structure What nucleotides pair in α-helical DNA? A - A:G & C:T B - A:C & G:T C - A:T & G:C D - There are various base pairing combinations What nucleotides pair in α-helical DNA? A - A:G & C:T B - A:C & G:T C - A:T & G:C D - There are various base pairing combinations DNA Replication What is the structure of DNA? A. Single stranded, alpha helix B. Double-stranded parallel helix C. Double-stranded beta sheet D. Double-stranded anti-parallel helix E. Triple stranded helix What is the structure of DNA? A. Single stranded, alpha helix B. Double-stranded parallel helix C. Double-stranded beta sheet D. Double-stranded anti-parallel helix E. Triple stranded helix Please answer this next question without talking to your neighbor During an ocean exploration you discover ancient colelancanth DNA. You denature your DNA and discover that a single strand is composed of: 10% A, 10% T, 45% C and 45%G Which of the following could you conclude: A. Base-pairing in colelanth DNA follows the same rules as human DNA. B. Base-pairing in colelanth DNA follows different rules than human DNA. C. You need more information http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/fish/ Please talk to your neighbor and answer this question again During an ocean exploration you discover ancient colelancanth DNA. You denature your DNA and discover that a single strand is composed of: 10% A, 10% T, 45% C and 45%G Which of the following could you conclude: A. Base-pairing in colelanth DNA follows the same rules as human DNA. B. Base-pairing in colelanth DNA follows different rules than human DNA....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course MCDB 2150 taught by Professor Winey,mark during the Spring '06 term at Colorado.

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