the S-bacteria (was thought to be good after heating) and R-bacteria mixedtogether and turned the S-bacteria cause the badness in it was still there°-an example of transformation°°2.Explain Hershey and Chase studylOMoARcPSD|3397486
°3. What are the 4 types of nucleotides?
°°4.What are the 3 components DNA is composed of?lOMoARcPSD|3397486
°°5. Define genome
°°6. What are the backbone of DNA?
°°7. The Difference between semiconservative, conservative and dispersivereplication.°°°°°°°Downloaded by Jock Stone ([email protected])
°°°°°°°8. Why do complimentary nucleotides across the double stranded DNA bondtogether using H-bonds rather than covalent bonds?°-Covalent bonds too strong°-too much energy to break apart DNA strands°Downloaded by Jock Stone ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|3397486
Gene Expression at the Molecular Level12/02/2014°1.Define Transcription°-Produces an RNA copy°-DNA sequences that enables a segment of DNA to be transcribed into RNA andultimately results in the formation of a functional product°°2.Define Translation°-DNA°-process of synthesizing a specific polypeptide on a ribosome°°3. The 3 stages of Transcription°-1: Initiation: recognition step, stage complete when DNA strands separated nearpromoter to form open complex°-2: Elongation: RNA polymerase synthesizes RNA, template (non-coding) strandused for RNA synthesis°-3: Termination: RNA Polymerase reaches termination sequence, causes it andnewly made RNA transcript to dissociate from DNA°°4.What are the 3 forms of RNA polymerase?lOMoARcPSD|3397486
°°5. Define introns6. Define exons
°-coding sequence found in mature mRNA°°7. Define slicing
°°9. What does the ability of aminoacyl-tRNA synthestase to recognize?