Mr 150 dna

241 views
147 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
241
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
23
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Mr 150 dna

  1. 1. By: Nick Brothers
  2. 2. = Adenine Strand 2 = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine= Phosphate Backbone= Sugar= Hydrogen Bonds Strand 1
  3. 3. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  4. 4. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  5. 5. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  6. 6. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  7. 7. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  8. 8. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  9. 9. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  10. 10. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  11. 11. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  12. 12. Helicase comes andunravels the DNA. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  13. 13. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine= Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  14. 14. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  15. 15. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  16. 16. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  17. 17. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  18. 18. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  19. 19. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  20. 20. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  21. 21. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  22. 22. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  23. 23. DNA polymerasegives the first strand anew matching pair ofbases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  24. 24. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Okazaki fragments = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  25. 25. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  26. 26. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  27. 27. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  28. 28. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  29. 29. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  30. 30. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  31. 31. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  32. 32. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  33. 33. RNA starts theright strand andOkazakifragments canthen match upwith the bases. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine = Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  34. 34. = Adenine = Thymine = Guanine = Cytosine= Phosphate Backbone = Sugar = Hydrogen Bonds
  35. 35.  DNA replication occurs because of the need of genes to be passed to new cells and so that the new cell can grow. This affects your body in good ways. But if that DNA is in a bad environment or two bases match wrong, it will cause the cell to grow wrong or the wrong genes wont be passed on to the new organism. This can also result in cancer for that organism or cell.
  36. 36.  Telomeres are long stretches with chromosomes at the end that arent coded.
  37. 37.  Okazaki Fragments is when replication opens, then DNA polymerase begin to synthesis the complementary strand.
  38. 38.  DNA Ligase has to stich the Okazaki Fragments together.
  39. 39.  Telomerase is a enzyme that adds telomere to the 3’ end of DNA strands. DNA Polymerase is able to synthesis the opposite strand.
  40. 40.  Aging is a change that are universal. Aging damage occurs to molecules, cells, and organs.
  41. 41.  Cancers to a normal tissue can grow indefinitely. Most 85-90% cancers express telomerase in the population, then divides uncontrollably causing a tumor to grow
  42. 42.  Transplanted cells are removing cells from the patient, then transforming them with the gene for the product that the patient was was not synthesized. Then returns back to the patient where it started.
  43. 43.  Cloning is the replication of a DNA starting with a single living cell to generate a large population of cells containing the same DNA molecules

×