Chapter 8 Steven Ginnane

Watson and Crick were the first scientists to discover the double helix structure of DNA
The Chargaff Rule states that ANY DNA should have a 1:1 ratio of pyramiding and purine bases
The base pairs of DNA use Hydrogen Bonds to connect to each other in a double helix structure
A chromosome is a thread like structure containing most of the DNA of a living organism
A Karyotype is the number and appearance of all the chromosomes found within the nuclei of a species
DNA replicates by unwinding itself and using RNA to synthesize the missing parts in the two new strands
Cellular Metabolism, UV Lights, Radiation, Chemical Exposure, and errors in replication can all damage DNA

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