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Centridogma
DNA(replication)(transcription)--> RNA(replication)--> PROTEINS
DNA
1)antiparallel
- H 5'----3' OH
-OH3'----5'H
2) Phosphates deoxyribose backbone
3) H bonding allows for A-T, G-C, and double helix structure
4) Semiconservative replication is allowed by complimentary pairing
Helicase
breaks H bonds, breaks into replication fork
DNA polymerase synthesizes from _______ but reads from _______
DNA polymerase synthesizes from 5'--3' but reads from 3'--5'
Replication fork
where helicase unwinds
Transcription begins when...
RNA polymerase binds to the promotor sequence
If glucose levels ^, then cAMP levels are down, which means...
it cannot bind to the operon. cAMP is needed to turn on CAP, so which no cAMP bound to CAP, it cannot bind
DNA is semiconservative, meaning
from the original parent strand, 2 new daughter strands result