DNA and RNA have the same structure.
DNA is made of two strands that twist into a double helix.
Guanine forms hydrogen bonds with adenine.
Thymine forms hydrogen bonds with cytosine.
Genes are compose of protein molecules
DNA and proteins are actually the same molecules located in different parts of the cells.
Bacteria injects their DNA into the cytoplasm of bacteriophages.
DNA is the molecule that stores genetic information in the cells.
22 autosomes and 1 sex chromosome.
1 autosome and 22 sex chromosomess.
45 autosome and 1 sex chromosome.
1 autosome and 45 sex chromosomes.
All of the above.
Dense patches within the nucleus.
Joined strands of duplicated genetic material (chromosome)
TAG CAG AAG TTC
UUC AAG CAG UAG
UAG CAG AAG UUC
GTC ATC AAG TTC
Changed proteins into DNA.
Caused non-harmful bacteria to become deadly.
Resulted in DNA molecules becoming proteins.
Were design to show the effect of heat on bacteria.
Binds to the ribosome's A site.
Attaches directly to the DNA codon.
Connects an amino acid to its anticodon.
Attaches to the P site of the ribosome.
No suspect matches the DNA fingerprint
Prevents the code from being corrected.
Ensured severely damaging mutations.
Ensures that replication occurs correctly.
Provides evolutionary flexibility.
Lactose is present.
Lactose is absent.
Glucose is present.
Glucose is absent.
Regulate access of RNA polymerase to specific genes.
Turn on and off the molecules of tRNA.
Control the process of transcription within the nucleus.
Generate amino acids for protein synthesis.
Their genes will only be expressed when needed.
Their genes will always be expressed.
Their genes will never be expressed.
Genetic disorders can be corrected.
Prevents DNA synthesis.
Blocks movement of RNA polymerase.
Attaches to ribosome during translation.
Destroys amino acids before protein synthesis occurs.