FinalRev-new - BIOU111 General Biology Review Final...

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BIOU111 - General Biology Fall 2007 Review – Final Exam (new material) This is a list of Concepts and Terms you should review for your final exam (Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007 at 10:30 am, location TBA). This list contains only material on which you have not previously been tested. Your final exam is cumulative. Previous review sheets can be found at the Blackboard site. This list is not meant to be all inclusive but rather should be used as a guideline to help you organize your studying. Chapter 13: DNA Structure and Function Structure of DNA - nucleotide data, two purines (A + G), two pyrimidines (T+C) Chargaff s Rules: 1. The amount of A, T, G, C in DNA varies from species to species; 2. In each species, the amount of A = T and G = C; complementary base pairing Base sequence variability - human chromosome contains on average 140 million base prs. James Watson and H. C. Crick DNA Model - Nobel Prize in 1962 Double helix model - sugar phosphate backbone, Hydrogen-bonded bases DNA Replication - each old strand of DNA serves as a template for a new strand
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