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Chapter One Review DNA Replication Semi-conservative DNA contains nucleotides – G to C and A to T Central Dogma The three branches of life are, Bacteria, Archaea, and Eucaryotes A typical phospholipid in a cell’s membrane. This makes up the lipid bi layer. It is impermeable to water because the head is hydrophilic, however the tail is hydrophobic. Saturated acid tails are straight (no double bonds), while unsaturated tails are bent allowing flexibility. The fatty acids are lipids.
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Proteins are synthesized from the amino terminus to the carboxy terminus (N – to C-) Chapter 2 Review Nucleotides are subunits of DNA and RNA A nucleotide is a nitrogen ring compound linked to 5 carbon sugar with at least one phosphate attached to it sugar. They can store short time energy like adenosine tri-phosphate or ATP. Nucleotides make up nucleic acids o ribonucleic acids RNA, contains A,G,C, and U RNA remains as a single strand of polynucleotide chain. o
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