"Superglue" specific to binding neucleotides.
Binds Okasaki fragments
Little pieces that aren't bound to the DNA strand
Enzyme that "unzips" DNA
Laid down by Primase, binds neucleotides
Reads 3' to 5', no Okasaki fragments. Thorough.
Reads 5' to 3', Okazaki fragments occur because it reads backwards
Stabilizes strands and replication fork/bubble.
Applies the first coat of RNA and Adds primer to template.
Complimentary strand to ATGCCGATTGCAT
Strands of DNA that run in opposite directions.
Thyamine and Cytosine
Adenine and Guanine
Made of sugar (deoxyribose or ribose) and a phosphate group.
Made of nitrogonous bases
RNA. Spell it out.
DNA. Spell it out.
Single-ringed structures. Thyamine and Cytosine.
Double-ringed structures. Adenine and Guanine.