Unit 8 Dna Replication And Transcription

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Unit 8 Dna Replication And Transcription

  1. 1. KEY CONCEPT DNA was identified as the genetic material through a series of experiments.<br />
  2. 2. Griffith finds a ‘transforming principle.’ <br />Griffith experimented with the bacteria that cause pneumonia.<br />He used two forms: the S form (deadly) and the R form (not deadly).<br />A transforming material passed from dead S bacteria to live R bacteria, making them deadly.<br />
  3. 3. Avery identified DNA as the transforming principle. <br />Avery isolated and purified Griffith’s transforming principle.<br />Avery performed three tests on the transforming principle.<br /><ul><li>Qualitative tests showed DNA was present.
  4. 4. Chemical tests showedthe chemical makeupmatched that of DNA.
  5. 5. Enzyme tests showedonly DNA-degradingenzymes stoppedtransformation.</li></li></ul><li>Hershey and Chase confirm that DNA is the genetic material. <br />Hershey and Chase studied viruses that infect bacteria, or bacteriophages. <br /><ul><li> They tagged viral DNA with radioactive phosphorus.
  6. 6. They tagged viral proteins with radioactive sulfur.
  7. 7. Tagged DNA was found inside the bacteria; tagged proteins were not.</li></li></ul><li>KEY CONCEPT DNA structure is the same in all organisms. <br />
  8. 8. phosphate group<br />nitrogen-containing<br />base<br />deoxyribose (sugar)<br />DNA is composed of four types of nucleotides.<br />DNA is made up of a long chain of nucleotides.<br />Each nucleotide has three parts.<br />a phosphate group<br />a deoxyribose sugar<br />a nitrogen-containing base<br />
  9. 9. <ul><li>The nitrogen containing bases are the only difference in the four nucleotides. </li></li></ul><li>Watson and Crick determined the three-dimensional structure of DNA by building models. <br />They realized that DNA is a double helix that is made up of a sugar-phosphate backbone on the outside with bases on the inside.<br />
  10. 10. <ul><li>Watson and Crick’s discovery built on the work of Rosalind Franklin and Erwin Chargaff.
  11. 11. Franklin’s x-ray images suggested that DNA was a double helix of even width.
  12. 12. Chargaff’s rules stated that A=T and C=G.</li></li></ul><li>G<br />C<br />A<br />T<br />Nucleotides always pair in the same way. <br />The base-pairing rules show how nucleotides always pair up in DNA.<br /><ul><li> A pairs with T
  13. 13. C pairs with G
  14. 14. Because a pyrimidine (single ring) pairs with a purine (double ring), the helix has a uniform width.</li></li></ul><li>covalent bond<br />hydrogen bond<br /><ul><li>The backbone is connected by covalent bonds.
  15. 15. The bases are connected by hydrogen bonds.</li></li></ul><li>KEY CONCEPT DNA replication copies the genetic information of a cell. <br />
  16. 16. Replication copies the genetic information. <br />A single strand of DNA serves as a template for a new strand.<br />The rules of base pairing directreplication.<br />DNA is replicated during theS (synthesis) stage of thecell cycle.<br />Each body cell gets acomplete set ofidentical DNA.<br />
  17. 17. nucleotide<br />The DNA molecule unzips in both directions.<br />Proteins carry out the process of replication. <br />DNA serves only as a template. <br />Enzymes and other proteins do the actual work of replication.<br />Enzymes unzip the double helix.<br />Free-floating nucleotides form hydrogen bonds with the template strand.<br />
  18. 18. nucleotide<br />new strand<br />DNA polymerase<br /><ul><li>DNA polymerase enzymes bond the nucleotides together to form the double helix.
  19. 19. Polymerase enzymes form covalent bonds between nucleotides in the new strand.</li></li></ul><li>new strand<br />original strand<br />Two molecules of DNA<br /><ul><li>Two new molecules of DNA are formed, each with an original strand and a newly formed strand.
  20. 20. DNA replication is semiconservative. </li></li></ul><li>There are many origins of replication in eukaryotic chromosomes.<br />Replication is fast and accurate.<br /><ul><li>DNA replication starts at many points in eukaryotic chromosomes.
  21. 21. DNA polymerases can find and correct errors.</li></li></ul><li>KEY CONCEPT Transcription converts a gene into a single-stranded RNA molecule. <br />
  22. 22. RNA carries DNA’s instructions. <br />The central dogma states that information flows in one direction from DNA to RNA to proteins. <br />
  23. 23. replication<br />transcription<br />translation<br /><ul><li>The central dogma includes three processes.
  24. 24. Replication
  25. 25. Transcription
  26. 26. Translation
  27. 27. RNA is a link between DNA and proteins.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>RNA differs from DNA in three major ways.
  28. 28. RNA has a ribose sugar.
  29. 29. RNA has uracil instead of thymine.
  30. 30. RNA is a single-stranded structure.</li></li></ul><li>Transcription makes three types of RNA. <br />Transcription copies DNA to make a strand of RNA.<br />
  31. 31. transcription complex<br />start site<br />nucleotides<br /><ul><li>Transcription is catalyzed by RNA polymerase.
  32. 32. RNA polymerase and other proteins form a transcription complex.
  33. 33. The transcription complex recognizes the start of a gene and unwinds a segment of it.</li></li></ul><li>DNA<br />RNA polymerase moves along the DNA<br /><ul><li> Nucleotides pair with one strand of the DNA.
  34. 34. RNA polymerase bonds the nucleotides together.
  35. 35. The DNA helix winds again as the gene is transcribed.</li></li></ul><li>RNA<br /><ul><li> The RNA strand detaches from the DNA once the gene is transcribed.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Transcription makes three types of RNA.
  36. 36. Messenger RNA (mRNA) carries the message that will be translated to form a protein.
  37. 37. Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) forms part of ribosomes where proteins are made.
  38. 38. Transfer RNA (tRNA) brings amino acids from the cytoplasm to a ribosome.</li></li></ul><li>one<br />gene<br />growing RNA strands<br />DNA<br />The transcription process is similar to replication. <br />Transcription and replication both involve complex enzymes and complementary base pairing.<br />The two processes have different end results.<br />Replication copiesall the DNA;transcription copiesa gene.<br />Replication makesone copy;transcription canmake many copies.<br />

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