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Week 14 Lab - Week 14 Lab 1 2 3 T A C T G G C These...

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Week 14 Lab 1. T, A, C, T, G, G, C 2. These nucleotides come from the nucleic acids in the food we eat. 3. DNA replication occurs in interphase in cells that are about to divide. 4. You can tell by looking at the strand that it is RNA because of the U’s for Uracil in place of the T’s for Thymine. 5. 3 amino acids are specified by a series of 9 nitrogenous bases. 6. 12 amino acids are specified by a series of 36 nitrogenous bases. 7. A. Tyrosine B. Glutamine C. Arginine D. Valine E. Phenylalanine F. Codons for Valine: GUG, GUA, GUC, GUU G. Stop: UGA, UAA, UAG H. Methionine: AUG 8. A. The mRNA sequence: G U A C C A G G U B. Amino acid sequence: Valine, Proline, Glycine 9. A. 3 amino acids: Cysteine, Aspartic Acid, Arginine B. Cysteine: UAA Aspartic Acid: GAC Arginine: AGG C. DNA sequence for Cysteine: ATT Aspartic Acid: CTG Arginine: TCC D. Cysteine, Aspartic Acid, and Arginine respectively= mRNA: UAG, GAU, AGA DNA: ATC, CTA, TCT 10. Loading buffer is added to the DNA in order for the electrical charges to flow through the gel. It is a salt water solution.
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