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DNA RNA Presentation

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Andrew Biss

on 7 November 2014

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Transcript of DNA RNA Presentation

The four parts of the DNA structure are the nucleotide, sugar, phosphate, nitrogen bases, and the hydrogen bonds
4 Parts of the DNA Structure
DNA to Protein

The four nitrogenous bases are adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine, and uracil (only in RNA)
The Nucleotide Bases (Nitrogen Bases)
Chargaff's Rule states that there is a 1:1 ratio for bases, and those bases are complementary.
In DNA: A goes with T
C goes with G
In RNA: A goes with U
Chargaff's Rule
DNA Replication
mRNA is made when DNA makes a micro copy of itself that is small enough to travels through the cells pores
The mRNA leaves the nucleus through the pores and travels to the ribosome.
The ribosome reads the mRNA
The ribosome tells the tRNA to go get the codons that correspond to amino acids. The amino acids then combine together to create a protein.
(Ribosomes make proteins)
Protein Synthesis
DNA RNA
mRNA is the message that get read by the ribosome. It tells the ribosome to to tell the tRNA to get the amino acids for protein synthesis
The Role of mRNA
tRNA is the "fetch boy" for the ribosome. The ribosome tells the tRNA which amino acid correspond with the codon, and tells the tRNA to go and get that corresponding amino acid
The Role of tRNA
DNA replication happens until you die
1. The process is an enzyme breaks the hydrogen bond
2. The one DNA strand is now two separate single strands
3. Then a complementary strand is created by an enzyme (enzyme finds nitrogen bases floating around in the nucleus)
4. Hydrogen bonds form between the two strands, making two double helix's, each one containing one new strand and one old strand






have nucleic acid
carry genetic information
able to perform numerous diverse tasks in an organism
Single stranded
More versatile than DNA
Double stranded
Double helix
More stable and holds more genetic information
Transcribe DNA to RNA
DNA: TAC CAA TAA TCC TGG AGG CGA GCC CAA ATC
mRNA: AUG GUU AUU AGG ACC UCC GCU CGG GUU UAG
Translate: met val ile arg thr ser ala arg val STOP

cytosine links to guanine
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