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Learning objectives - Bio 120 Fall 2010 Learning objectives for Day 1 Exercise After the exercises on Day 1 students should be able to describe or

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Bio 120 Fall, 2010 Learning objectives for Day 1 Exercise: After the exercises on Day 1, students should be able to describe or define the following: For DNA: Chemical nature of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) Pentose (deoxyribose)and phosphate as components of “backbone” (3’ terminus ends in sugar, 5’ terminus ends in phosphate group). Significance of A,T,C,G nitrogenous bases Nucleotide (with 1-3 phosphate groups) vs. nucleoside vs. nitrogenous base Two anti-parallel strands of nucleotides (DNA double helix) A-T and G-C complementarity and role of 2 or 3 hydrogen bonds Purine and pyrimidine types of bases For RNA: Chemical nature of ribonucleic acid (RNA) Pentose (ribose)and phosphate as components of “backbone” Single strand of nucleotides Purine and pyrimidine (uracil replaces thymine) types of bases A-U and G-C complementarity during transcription Pentose is ribose Define Transcription Describe the use of (now single stranded) DNA template to synthesize RNA Describe start codon
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course BIO 120 taught by Professor Annapowolny during the Fall '10 term at Spelman.

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Learning objectives - Bio 120 Fall 2010 Learning objectives for Day 1 Exercise After the exercises on Day 1 students should be able to describe or

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