What does DNA stand for?
A building block of DNA, consisting of a five-carbon sugar, a nitrogenous base, and a phosphate group.
sugar used in DNA to make up the "backbone"
Complementary Base to Adenine
Complementary Base to Cytosine
shape of the DNA molecule
The complimentary DNA strand of the following is:
ATT TAA ACC GAG
TAA ATT TGG CAC
Franklin and Wilkins
Used X-ray crystallography to develop images of DNA
Watson and Crick
Developed an accurate model of DNA
Monomer of proteins
A section of DNA that codes for a trait
A five-carbon sugar that is a component of DNA nucleotides
A bonds with T, G bonds with C
DNA Back Bone
Made from Phosphate and Deoxiribose
Experiment with mouse and pneumonia showed the DNA was the transforming agent
Experiment showed that DNA was transferred when phages infected bacteria
Two ringed nitrogen base; adenine and guanine
Single ringed nitrogen base, cytosine and thymine
Describes how each side of the DNA molecule is arranged