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CH11 - UNIT III Genetics Chapter 11 Nucleic Acid Structure...

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1 UNIT III. Genetics Chapter 11 Nucleic Acid Structure and DNA Replication
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2 Student Learning Outcomes: Describe the experiments that demonstrated that DNA is the genetic material. Explain how the contributions of Wilkins and Franklin, Watson and Crick, and Chargaff resulted in understanding the structure of DNA. Explain the results of the Meselson-Stahl experiment and describe the predicted results if DNA replication followed the other possible models. Outline the basic steps involved in DNA replication, including major differences between eukaryotes and bacteria.
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3 Genetic material must be able to: Contain the information necessary to construct an entire organism Pass from parent to offspring and from cell to cell during cell division Be accurately copied Account for the known variation within and between species
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