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DNA

  1. 1. Science is a story...
  2. 2. Science is a story...
  3. 3. Science is a story...
  4. 4. Science is a story...
  5. 5. Science is a story...
  6. 6. Science is a story...
  7. 7. Science is a story...
  8. 8. Science is a story...
  9. 9. Science is a story...
  10. 10. Essential Standard of DNA
  11. 11. Essential Standard of DNA*Describe the chemical and structural properties of DNA* DNA is a polymer formed from linked subunits (nucleotides) Genetic info is encoded in genes based on the sequence of subunits Each DNA molecule in a cell forms a single chromosome
  12. 12. DNA
  13. 13. DNADeoxyribonucleic Acid
  14. 14. DNA isshaped like a double helix
  15. 15. DNA isshaped like a double helix
  16. 16. DNA is a large polymerformed by linking
  17. 17. DNA is a large polymerformed by linking
  18. 18. Nucleotides have 3 parts:
  19. 19. Nucleotides have 3 parts:1. Sugar
  20. 20. Nucleotides have 3 parts:1. Sugar2. Phosphate
  21. 21. Nucleotides have 3 parts:1. Sugar2. Phosphate3. Nitrogen Base
  22. 22. Nucleotides have 3 parts:1. Sugar2. Phosphate3. Nitrogen Base
  23. 23. Nucleotides have 3 parts:1. Sugar2. Phosphate3. Nitrogen Base
  24. 24. Nitrogen Bases come in 4amazing flavors (A, T, G, andC)!
  25. 25. Nitrogen Bases come in 4 amazing flavors (A, T, G, and C)!Base Pairing RULES: A-T C-G
  26. 26. Nitrogen Bases come in 4 amazing flavors (A, T, G, and C)!Base Pairing RULES: A-T C-G
  27. 27. Genetic information isencoded in the sequence ofnitrogen bases
  28. 28. Genetic information isencoded in the sequence ofnitrogen bases ATGCTTAAAGCTATA
  29. 29. Genetic information isencoded in the sequence ofnitrogen bases ATGCTTAAAGCTATA
  30. 30. Genetic information isencoded in the sequence ofnitrogen bases ATGCTTAAAGCTATAThese“codingsequences” areknown as genes.
  31. 31. Genetic information isencoded in the sequence ofnitrogen bases ATGCTTAAAGCTATAThese“codingsequences” areknown as genes. ONLY 4 letters make up EVERY living organism!!
  32. 32. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specific
  33. 33. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA
  34. 34. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA
  35. 35. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA
  36. 36. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA
  37. 37. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein
  38. 38. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein
  39. 39. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein Trait
  40. 40. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein TraitCharacteristics are thephysical expression of theproteins we make!!!
  41. 41. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein TraitCharacteristics are thephysical expression of theproteins we make!!!
  42. 42. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein TraitCharacteristics are thephysical expression of theproteins we make!!!
  43. 43. Each gene codes for theproduction of a specificDNA RNA Protein TraitCharacteristics are thephysical expression of theproteins we make!!!
  44. 44. Each DNA molecule in acell forms a singlechromosome.
  45. 45. Each DNA molecule in acell forms a singlechromosome.
  46. 46. Each DNA molecule in acell forms a singlechromosome.There are 23 pairs ofchromosomes in thenucleus of everyhuman body cell.
  47. 47. Each DNA molecule in acell forms a singlechromosome.There are 23 pairs ofchromosomes in thenucleus of everyhuman body cell.
  48. 48. So why care?
  49. 49. So why care?
  50. 50. So why care?
  51. 51. So why care?
  52. 52. So why care?

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