An organic macromolecule that stores information about how to make proteins.
An organic macromolecule that stores genetic information
The building block that makes up nucleic acids like DNA
The base that pairs with Thymine in DNA
The base that pairs with Adenine in DNA
The base that pairs with Cytosine in DNA
The base that pairs with Guanine in DNA
The base that pairs with Adenine in RNA
The base that replaces Thymine in RNA
Having two strands that run parallel to each other, but one is upside down.
A large molecule (chunk) of DNA
A specific section of DNA that codes for a specific polypeptide
One copy of a chromosome, after DNA replication (one arm of the 'X' shape)
An adjective that describes two chromosomes that have the exact same genes, but one comes from mom and one comes from dad
An adjective used to describe two bases that always pair up together (e.g. A and T, C and G)
A molecule that makes up the "rungs" of DNA's ladder: A, T, C or G
DNA and histones, in their uncondensed forms (thread-like)
The proteins in a cell that DNA winds around
A shape like a twisted ladder
The point where two sister chromatids are attached
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