Biotechnology

Biotechnology - Biotechnology Biotechnology - process of...

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Biotechnology Biotechnology - process of manipulating the genome of an organism to form useful products ?Genetic engineering – modification of genetic material done by genetic engineers ?Sections?Nucleic Acids?Isolation of DNA ?DNA Electrophoresis
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Nucleic Acids Nucleic Acids ?Use puzzle pieces to show ?Replication (DNA to DNA): 5’ to 3’ ?Transcription (DNA to RNA): 5’ to 3’ ?Translation (mRNA to polypeptide): 5’ to
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DNA Deoyribose nucleic acid contains genetic material and has nucleotides. Each nucleotide is deoxyribose sugar ,and any one N-bases- A,T,G,C with phosphate Double stranded Found in the nucleus
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DNA replication DNA doubling for the purpose of cell division The 2 strands unzip in the middle and DNA polymerase enzyme adds on new bases to the unzipped strands Semi-Conservative replication as old strands act as templates for new ones to be built.
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RNA Found in the nucleus and cytoplasm Ribose sugar, single stranded and has A,U,G,C 3 TYPES-mRNA,rRNA and t-RNA
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BIOL 1406 taught by Professor Markgarcia during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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