When a mutation occurs in 1 of the population it is called a single nucleotide

When a mutation occurs in 1 of the population it is

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When a mutation occurs in 1% of the population, it is called a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) SNPs are the most common type of genetic Occurs in the non-coding region of the gene This also can occur in coding region of the gene PCR Review Primers tells you where to start and where to end We are also adding in 4 deoxynucleotides (dCTP, dGTP, dTTP, dATP) we are adding them so we can make more DNA (basically making another strain) We are adding in a DNA polymerase called Taq polymerase Hae III restriction digest will cut between GGCC (only cuts if GGCC is in it) Step 1 of PCR The mixture is heated to 94 F and this will break the hydrogen bonds and the two DNA strands denature Step 2 of PCR Cooled to 45-65. Two primers bind to target complements (aka Annealing) Step 3 of PCR Taq binds to each separated DNA strands and primer combo Quiz Review Slides 1-9 How do you tell if its DNA? DNA RNA
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Sugar Deoxyribose Ribose Bases Thymine Uracil How are the nitrogen bases represented? They are shown by the N (Nitrogen) Why is DNA negative charge? DNA is negative charge because of the phosphate is negative and that is on the outside. Why does DNA have a double ring with a single ring? The hydrogen bonds will not reach across and that will cause the DNA to not form and it would not be following Chargaff's rule (1:1). The double ring and the single ring switching sides is what makes your “DNA code”. Which one is double ring and single ring? A & G are double rings and T & C are signal rings. Which ones have double bonds and which have triple? A & T have a double hydrogen bond and C & G have a triple hydrogen bonds. What is gene? A piece of DNA that codes for protein.
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