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DNA

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steven smiddy

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of DNA

DNA
Cytosine
Thymine
Adenine
Phosphates
Guanine
sugars
Guanine, Adenine, and Cytosine is your genetic code the
Your nitrogen bases which is your Thymine,
are the main parts of your DNA that make up your
genetic code
This is your nucleus your DNA is so small that you can not see it from this view of the nucleus


The next 6 slides will be the key to the DNA model that i made on this
prezi
This is the start of the DNA model
This is the key to the DNA model
This is the DNA model
Please watch this video as it explains how the nitrogen bases are a big part of your genetic code and more in how important your DNA is.
This is just a small section of your
DNA has millions more nucleotides
this is a nucleotide

a nucleotide has one nitrogen base
a sugar and a phosphate

These are the nitrogen bases on the DNA model you are about to see
These are were your nitrogen bases are on your DNA
when the mRNA comes to copy the DNA every adenine copies to a uracile not a thymine the nitrogen bases code in groups of three to make an amino acid which will code for your genes it takes millions of nitrogen bases to make a gene
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