14 - What macromolecule is shown here? A. DNA B. RNA C....

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What macromolecule is shown here?? A. DNA B. RNA C. Protein D. Carbohydrate How can you be certain?
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Key Points: Ch 11 Key Points: Ch 11 (Ch 9 in 8 (Ch 9 in 8 th th ed) ed) What are three functions of DNA? DNA structure . How does DNA replicate ?
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Functions of DNA?? Functions of DNA?? 1. Replicate - to be passed on to the next generation DNA structure and function
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DNA Replication Each of two daughter cells gets an exact copy of parent cell’s genetic information Duplication of the parent cell DNA is called replication
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Functions of DNA?? Functions of DNA?? 1. Replicate - to be passed on to the next generation 2. Store information 1. Undergo mutations to provide genetic diversity (theme 3: Heredity) DNA structure and function
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Key Points Key Points What are three functions of DNA? DNA structure . How does DNA replicate ?
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Review DNA Replication Sheet Activity
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Nucleotide Structure Nucleotide Structure A T C G
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Four types of bases in DNA DNA contains DNA contains A, C, G, and T A, C, G, and T Cytosine Thymine Guanine Adenine Base Structures Base Structures Complimenta Complimenta ry ry Base pairing Base pairing
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What type of bonding is indicated by ? What type of bonding is indicated by ? A. Covalent bonding B. Hydrogen bonding C. Ionic bonding D. Hydrophobic bonding E. Phosphodiester bonding A.
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14 - What macromolecule is shown here? A. DNA B. RNA C....

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