Chapter 8 Dan Russo

Watson and Crick, the two discoverers of the double helix model of DNA.

Double Helix Model
Chargaff Rule, the statement that a cell must have an equal amount of 1 to 1.

Hydrogen bonds form between both models if they are complementary.

Chromosomes, structures inside of the Nucleus, they are responsible for carrying multiple gene information.

A karotype is the number and appearance of a chromosome inside the nuclei.

DNA reciprocates by breaking off from itself slowly forming two models, it divides itself. DNA can be damaged by no being able to produce more of itself, instead killing itself.

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