BS 111 Review - No distinction in DNA Replication in...

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No distinction in DNA Replication in prokaryotic cells vs eukaryotic cells. - 7) Apoptosis- normal to get rid of excess 38) genome is RNA in HIV. 39) Host range: virus’s normally infect only birds and bound to infect humans Virus’s take on mutations that allow it to increase host range or make them more deadly 40) viroids: no capsides and affect plants prions: infectious proteins (mad cow disease) 8) prokaryotic: genome is 1 circular molecule eukaryotic: genome is linear molecules. nucleosome, chromatin (protein and DNA packaged in nucleus) DNA always synthesized 5 prime to 3 prime end Template has to be reversed. Difference between DNA and RNA polymerase is DNA polymerase needs RNA primer C3: majority. Spacial separation. C4: Carbon dioxide enters and first converted to 4 carbon. Occurs at all times. Hot and humid conditions. Cam Plants: A temporal separation. Fixes CO2 at night and during day continues. Separation during night and day 21) PCR: polymerase chain reaction: synthetic way to make more copies of DNA. Mimic DNA replication Denaturation: double stranded DNA heated Annealing: primers will bind to DNA template Ascension: DNA polymerase comes in and creates new DNA 29) 1.5% genes encode protein. Estimated up to 1/3 genes
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