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    index 1
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    Essential BiochemistryPratt (Third Edition)
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    Some nucleotides have functions other than encoding genetic information.
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    How do nucleotides link?
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    Bases form specific hydrogen bonds.
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    Chargaff’s rule gives a clue to base pairing.
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 3-1
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    DNA forms a double helix.
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    Water plays a role in dictating biomolecular structure via the hydrophobic effect.
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    Axial View of DNA
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    Viewing 3D Structures of Macromolecules
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    DNA is stabilized by different forces.
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 3-1
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    DNA can denature (unfold).
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    DNA can renature (refold, anneal).
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 3-2
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    index 2
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    What does it mean to go from genes to proteins?
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    DNA replication is critical to life.
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    Transcription of DNA is critical to life.
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    Transcription
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    There are three fundamental types of RNA.
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    tRNA is single-stranded and forms unique conformations.
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    Translation results in protein synthesis.
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    The genetic code is used to translate mRNA into an amino acid sequence.
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 3-3
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    Gene size is roughly correlated with organismal complexity.
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 3-4
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    DNA can be sequenced via the Sanger method.
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    Dideoxy DNA Sequencing – Sanger Method
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    Dideoxy DNA Sequencing – Sanger Method
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    DNA can be amplified or copied using DNA polymerase.
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    What is required to make PCR work?
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    PCR repeats three chemical reactions.
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