Sugars and phosphates
Cytosine - Adenine
Guanine - Cytosine
Thymine - Uracil
Adenine - Guanine
A ribose sugar
A deoxyribose sugar
A nitrogenous base
A phosphate group
DNA is double-stranded, and RNA is single-stranded.
DNA nucleotides include deoxyribose and RNA nucleotides include ribose.
In RNA, the base uracil replaces thymine normally found in DNA.
DNA has a sugar-phosphate backbone, but RNA does not.
Adenine RNA nucleotide
Adenine DNA nucleotide
Bond between nitrogenous bases
Bond between phosphate group and 3' carbon
Bond between phosphate group and 5' carbon
Bond between 1' C and Oxygen in the sugar molecule
Thymine RNA nucleotide
3' to 5' sequence
Guanine and adenine
Guanine and cytosine
Adenine and thymine
Cytosine and thymine
A gene is a segment of a DNA molecule.
A gene contains coded information for construction of a particular protein.
Ribosomes use genes to make proteins.
The beginning of a gene is signified by a promoter like the "TATA box."
A) origin of replication, C) DNA Polymerase, D) leading strand
A) replication fork, C) DNA Polymerase, D) leading strand
A) helicase, C) ligase, D) lagging strand
A) replication fork, C) DNA Polymerase, D) Okazaki fragment