5 carbon sugar, deoxyribose; nitrogenous base; phosphate (PO4)group
__' position: where the N base is bonded
__' position: where nucleotides are added during DNA Replication (Synthesis)
___' position: where the phosphate groups is bonded
individual nucleotides are bonded together when phosphate group (on 5' of one nucleotide) reacts with OH group (on 3' end of another) to form a phosphodiester bond.
complementary base bonding
2 strands bonded with H bonds between complementary bases
2 strands are always _______, one strands 5' to 3' and the other runs 3' to 5'.
5 bases per full 360*
DNA wraps around groups of _____ proteins forming _____
DNA that is wrapped around histones that coils forming _______ can be seen in Interphase
the chromatin coils again around a _____ protein forming the condensed chromosome seen in mitosis
occurs during S phase; unreplicated chromosomes become replicated
the mode of DNA replication is termed _____ meaning: two strands of existing DNA each serve as a "template" for new DNA strand, and each new DNA strand bonds to it's "template" forming a complete new molecule of DNA
binds to origin and unwinds parental (template) strands
stabilizes separate strands
lays down short RNA primer on template strand
bonds new nucleotides to the new strand being synthesized. Always adds to the 3' end. Identifies, removes and replaces incorrect bases added.
removes RNA primer and replaces with correct DNA nucleotides
joins okazarki fragments and seals other nicks in sugar-phosphate backbone
Polymerase Chain Reaction: method of artificially replicating a specific segment of DNA from a small initial quantity. DNA replication done in "Test Tube" can make millions of copies quickly
thermal cycler, microscopic layers of heated and cooled silicon. these are uesed in ______
copies of DNA to RNA and uses RNA polymerase to amplify RNA. 10 billion copies in 30 minutes
matireals: DNA template, primers, nucleotides, and dna polymerase. Process: 1. denaturation, 2. annealling, 3. extension
In PCR methodology: __________ - the DNA piece to be amplified
In PCR methodology: __________-one complementary strand to each strand (made of DNA not RNA)
In PCR methodology: _________- A, G, C, and T
In PCR methodology: __________- heat stable form (from thermophilic bacteria)
In PCR methodology: _________ - DNA template is ________ (2 strands separated) with high heat
In PCR methodology: ________ - Each DNA primer anneals, binding to its complementary sequence on the themplate DNA
In PCR methodology: _______ - DNA polymerase creates a new strand of DNA complementary to the template DNA, starting from the primer
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