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DNA’s Discovery and Structure Honors Objectives SOL.BIO.6f
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Today’s Objectives: TSW investigate and understand the common mechanisms of protein synthesis, including the structure of DNA and its discovery.
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Our Genetic Code The genetic code is a sequence of nucleotides in the __________ of eukaryotic cells. There are two polymers of nucleic acids, _____ and ______.
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Important Scientists that determined DNA’s Importance Frederick Griffith – bacterial transformation Oswald Avery – DNA = key to transformation Bacteriophage transformation experiment Erwin Chargaff – base-pairing rules
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Important Scientists in the “Race for the Double Helix” X-ray diffraction DNA must be a some type of spiral (helix) DNA’s diameter is constant and stable Created the first accurate model of DNA Won the Nobel Prize
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DNA is a double helix
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Harmon during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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