13 Protein Synthesis and Mutations (PDF)




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Title: DNA and RNA
Author: bethany noller

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From
DNA
to
Protein

Genes
• Segment of DNA on a chromosome
• Contains the information for
1 protein.

Genes on Chromosomes

Genes
• Each gene has a sequence of DNA
nucleotides that leads to a
sequence of amino acids in a
protein

Important Proteins

How do we get from DNA to protein?

?
?

RNA





Needed for protein synthesis
Ribonucleic Acid
Single strand of nucleotides
Each nucleotide contains
– Ribose sugar
– Phosphate
– 1 of 4 Nitrogen bases

Nitrogen Bases of RNA
Adenine
Guanine
Cytosine
Uracil
– Replaces
Thymine
– Bonds with
Adenine

DNA vs. RNA






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