L6 - Quiz 1! high 40! low 2! mean 28! median 30! 1 !...

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2 Characteristics of DNA 1. Double helix 2. Stands run anti-parallel 3. There are four bases: Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, Cytosine. 4. Bases are planar and are in the center of the helix 5. Bases on one strand form H-bonds with complimentary bases on the other strand (base pairing) 6. Sugar phosphate backbones run on the outside 7. Sugar is deoxyribose 8. Major and a minor groove
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3 DNA can be replicated reliably
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4 1. RNA is usually single stranded 2. RNA can base-pair with itself 3. Base-pairing stem loop structures RNA
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6 Differences between DNA and RNA 1. Double stranded 2. Contains deoxy- ribose 3. Contains A, T, G, C 4. Encodes genetic information 1. Single stranded 2. Contains ribose 3. Contains A, U, G, C 4. Is involved in expression of genetic information DNA RNA
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7 Central dogma of molecular biology
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8 Central dogma of molecular biology
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9 Three types of RNA mRNA (mRNA) : messenger tRNA (tRNA) : decoding rRNA : catalyses peptide bond formation
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10 Three types of RNA are involved in translation
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2011 for the course CHEM 365 taught by Professor Huxford during the Spring '08 term at San Diego State.

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L6 - Quiz 1! high 40! low 2! mean 28! median 30! 1 !...

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