Where does Translation occur?
What is the role of tRNA?
To get the Amino Acids.
What does the start codon ALWAYS code for?
How many possible combosof amino acids are there?
How many amino acids are there?
What are the building block of DNA?
5 carbon sugar
During transcription DNA is changed into what molecule?
name the 3 letters?
Whata re the 3 types of mutations?
What are the 2 frameshift mutations?
Deletion & Duplication
Where does DNA replication occur?
Difference between DNA & RNA?
* 2 strands
* Ribonucleic Acid
* Stays in nucleus
* Moves out of nucleus
Copy of DNA that is smaller and able to leave the nucleus?
Principal enzyme that is involved in transcription?
Where transcription occurs?
What does DNA Polymerce do?
It replicates DNA
DNA is coped before what process?
Where is DNA located?
Is DNa small enough to leave the cell?
what is another name for the double helix?
What are the 2 parts of DNA?
What is important about intron?
It is important because
the chance of mutations.
What is it valled when there is an ability to turn genes on and off?
DNa is a polymer of these molymers?
What is another name for proteins?
What does translation produce?
What are the building blocks of proteins?
What do codons bind to?
A 3 letter sequence of RNA
What do anti codons bind to?
They bind to codons.
In DNA if you know one sind of the molecule, then you know the other. What is this called?
What does helicase do?
It is an enzyme that "unzips" the original DNA
What does DNA Polymerace do?
It is the enzyme that adds new complementary base nucleotides to the open bases. the "glue
DNA info to mRNA
mRNA determines the protein