- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : microbiology dna replication?
♥ one primer you will use has the sequence 5'-ttaggcccgg-3'. the other primer will have which of the following sequences? the answer is 5'-cccgcgtcctta-3' but i don't understand why, anyone have an explanation? thanks! oh that's what i missing, thank you!!microbiology?
♥ between point mutation and frameshift which is more detrimental? in eukaryotic cells, what are introns and exons? below, is where i am the most confused?? i am lost with this stuff! describe the dna replication- what is dna polymerase? distinguish between the leading and lagging strand? what are okazaki fragments? if anyone could explain any of these it would be much appreiciated!! =)microbiology help dna replication?
♥ transfer rna is important in translation because a. it is transient b. it can bind to promoter dna. c. ribosomes can read the trna and translate its sequence into a protein. d. it can bind both amino acids and rna. e. it is found in the nucleus. helpppppppp pleaseopen question: dna replication?
♥ okay, i have a problem on this microbiology worksheet that i am kind of confused about. i understand the whole translation and transcription thing but this part asks for (the dna template strand is already given, and i think i did the complimentary part right): "starting with an original template strand of dna, show semiconservative replication:" dna new: dna complimentary: atg gtg ccc ttg cag aaa ttc aag cga ttc gag tag dna template: tac cac ggg aac gtc ttt aag ttc gct aag ctc atc dna new: the worksheet doesn't need to be turned in i just am trying to understand it for the test. any help is appreciated thanks!microbiology - bacterial reproduction?
♥ i would like to preface the following question with a declaration that this is how i understand what i am attempting to translate to verified knowledge. i am studying microbiology in relation to bacterial reproduction. dna replication is different in the conjugation method of genetic recombination - specifically, the plasmid replicates differently than the circular chromosome. i grasp that one of the stands of the plasmid is nicked, and the end of this same strand separates from its complement as its replacement is replicated. the separation of the strand creates a loose strand, and this is the strand that is replicated and fed through the pilus. qs: when the strand separates, what is its replacement? does it have to do with strands spontaneously associating with each other - like in dna technology ? qs: is my analysis/summation misconstrued? source: examkrackers biology http://www.examkrackers.com/mcat.