DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations

DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
DNA Structure & Replication, rDNA, Protein Synthesis and Mutations
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This PowerPoint includes animations and images on everyslide used to explain the information. The notes on the PowerPoint hit each curriculum objective for DNA Structure and Replication, Recombinant DNA and its uses, Protein Synthesis and Mutations. The following PLO's are more than met in this presentation for British Columbia Canada:

-describe the three steps in the semi-conservative replication of DNA:
--"unzipping" (DNA helicase)
--complementary base pairing (DNA polymerase)
--joining of adjacent nucleotides (DNA polymerase)

-describe the purpose of DNA replication

-identify the site of DNA replication within the cell

-define recombinant DNA

-describe a minimum of three uses for recombinant DNA

-dentify the roles of DNA, messenger RNA (mRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA), and ribosomes in the processes of transcription and translation, including initiation, elongation, and termination

-determine the sequence of amino acids coded for by a specific DNA sequence (genetic code), given a table of mRNA codons

-identify the complementary nature of the mRNA codon and the tRNA anti-codon

-give examples of two environmental mutagens that can cause mutations in humans

-use examples to explain how mutations in DNA change the sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide chain, and as a result may lead to genetic disorders

-name the four nitrogenous bases in ribonucleic acid (RNA) anddescribe the structure of RNA using the following terms:
-nucleotide (ribose, phosphate, nitrogenous base, adenine, uracil, cytosine, guanine)
-inear, single stranded
-sugar-phosphate backbone

-name the four nitrogenous bases in DNA and describe the structure of DNA using the following terms:
-nucleotide (deoxyribose, phosphate, nitrogenous base,adenine, thymine, cytosine, guanine)
-complementary base pairing
-double helix
-hydrogen bonding
-sugar-phosphate backbone

-compare the general structural composition of DNA and RNA

-list the major functions of nucleic acids (RNA and DNA)
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