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Lecture 21 - CHM 115 Lecture 21 Todays Lecture Reading was...

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1 CHM 115 Lecture 21 Today’s Lecture Reading was KTT: Pages 503 - 511 Biological Molecules DNA and RNA Translation Influenza Virus Pandemic of 1918 Where To? Next Lecture Do the Readings found on Blackboard
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Alert If you are using “Student Notes” slides to study for exams, make sure you have the correct set of slides from Lecture 18. The correct version has slides showing the “i” in equations such as this one: ΔT f = i K f m
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Replication
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Translation A sequence of three bases indicates specific amino acids. Example: AAA = lysine, AAC = asparagine 3-base sequences called “codons” Converting information from nucleotide sequence to amino acid sequence in a protein is “translation.” portion of DNA unwinds mRNA reads and codes (“transcription”) tRNA links amino acids in correct order
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Translation DNA base sequence protein amino acid sequence
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DNA base sequence protein amino acid sequence
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The Big Picture An important consequence of 3-D shape is
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