Chapter 12 DNA

Chapter 12 DNA - DNA Structure and Function DNA DNA is the...

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DNA Structure and Function
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DNA DNA is the library within our cells that contains the code for future life DNA contains the information for future cells of a body to function (Mitosis) DNA contains the information to be passed on to future generation (Meiosis) DNA = D eoxyribo N ucleic A cid
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The Search for the Structure of DNA How does each cell in the body get the exact same DNA? How does each cell produce proteins exactly? Discover the structure and you will know the ______________ Scientific discoveries are formed from the effort of many, yet only a few get the credit
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Steps to the Discovery of the Structure of DNA 1. Griffith Experiment 2. Hershey-Chase Experiment 3. Rosalind Franklin’s X-rays 4. Watson-Crick
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Scientific Question of the Recent Past Q. What is the stuff of chromosomes? A. DNA and Protein The question of the past: What is the stuff of genes? Which one, protein or DNA, carries genetic information? A protein has a sequence of amino acids.
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Chapter 12 DNA - DNA Structure and Function DNA DNA is the...

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