5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Archibald Garrod
- Conservative Model
- Guanine's bonding pair, "G"
- Histone Protein
- a "C", Cytosine
- b The original molecule; the parental double helix remains intact and an all-new copy is made.
- c Wrote "Inborn errors of metabolism: was based on his research on a disease called "alkaptonuria or when urine turns black"
- d highly alkaline proteins found in eukaryotic cells nuclei that package and order the DNA into structural units called nucleosomes
- e DNA "double helix"
5 Multiple choice questions
- adds the RNA Primer; Synthesizes an RNA primer at 5 prime end of leading strand and of each Okazaki fragment of lagging strand
- untwists the double helix at the replication forks
- "T", Thymine
- is acidic, negatively charged and associated with postiviely charged histone proteins.
- special proteins that help link mucleosomes together for communication and support
5 True/False questions
Template Strand → The strand of the DNA double helix that is copied by a base pair complementary to make an RNA.
Nucleotide Excision → Molecules detect mismatched pairs and replace them with the correct pairs
Telomerase → and enzyme that adds segments to ends of molecules of DNA/seals the ends acts like bumpers.
Rosalind Franklin → the smooth strand
Telomeres → a region of DNA typically found near the middle of a chromosome where two identical sister chromatids come closest in contact.