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Mitosis, Meiosis and DNA replication

28.1 and some of chapter 5
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Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase
The two people who "put the final nail in the coffin" on Nucleic acids carry genetics rather than proteins (first and last names
They have a protein coat and a nucleic acid
Why are viruses good things to dertermine if genetics are carried by proteins or Nucleic acids
Phosphorus
What molecule did Hershey and Chase use to test if genetics were in nucleic acids
Sulfur
What molecule did Hershey and Chase use to test if genetics were in protiens
P32
What was the p in hershey and chases test labled (Number)
E. coli
What bacteria did hershey and chase test it on
S35
What was the S in hershey and chases test labled (number)
Francis Crick and James Watson
Who found the structure for DNA
1951
What year did the two scientist figure out the structure of DNA
1952
What year did they put the final "nail in the coffin" for nucleic acids over proteins
University of cambridge
Where did Watson and crick meet
rosalind franklin and maurice wilkins
Who helped watson and crick two
pyrimidines
The short nitrogen bases
purines
The long nitrogin bases
Adenine and guanine
purines
Cytosine and Thymine
Pyrimidins
Thymine
What does Adenine pair with (in DnA
Uracil
What does adenine pair with in rna
Cytosine
what does guanine pair with
adenine
what does thymine pair with
guanine
what does cytosine pair with
1'
what prime does the nitrogen base pair with
5' to 3'
What way does Dna build
5'
In one nucleotiede what prime does the phosphate group attach to
3'
when two nucleotides attache what prime does the phosphate group attach to
3
How many bonds do cytosine and guanine make
2
how many bonds do adinine and thymine make
phosphate and Deoxyribose
sides of dna are made of
complementary base pairing
what is it called when guanine pairs with cytosine
semiconstructive
What is the term for a process in which the original half conserved and half new strand
helicase, primase, polymerase 3, polymerase 1 ligase
the order in which the enzymes work
trna, rrna, mrna
the types of rna