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  1. the ________ is the amino acid manages of all
    the codons, each of which directs the incorporation of amino acid during
    protein synthesis
    Genetic Code
  2. The enzyme that catalyzes the covalent bonding
    of free RNA nucleotides into a continuous strand, using the sequence of bases
    in DNA as a template, is called
    RNA Polymerase
  3. The hypothesis that each gene encodes
    information (as a sequence of bases) needed for making one specific protein (amino acid sequence) is the
    One-Gene One-Protein
  4. A ______ is a sequence of three nucleotides in
    transfer RNA that is complementary to the three nucleotides in messenger
    RNA.
    Anticodon
  5. The process in which a sequence of nucleotide
    bases in mRNA is converted into a sequence of amino acids in a protein is
    called
    Translation
  6. The mRNA _____ is AUG coding for the first amino
    acid in a protein. Three codons (UAG,UAA,UGA) are mRNA ______, signals that the
    protein's amino acid sequence is completed.
    Start Codon

    Stop Codon
  7. A molecule of _______ is a strand of
    nucleotides, complementary to the DNA of a gene, that conveys genetic information to ribosomes to be used to sequence amino acids during protein
    synthesis
    mRNA
  8. ________ is the synthesis of RNA molecule from a
    DNA template.
    Transcription
  9. A change in the base sequence of DNA is a
    _____.
    Mutation
  10. A molecule that bonds to a specific amino acid
    and has a set of three nucleotides, complementary to the codon for that amino acid is known as ______.
    Transfer RNA
  11. In a __________, a pair of bases becomes
    incorrectly matched; ________ occur when one or more new nucleotide pairs are added into a gene; a _________ occurs when one or more nucleotide pairs are removed from a gene.
    Point Mutation

    Insertion Mutation

    Deletion Mutation
  12. A ______ is a sequence of three nucleotides of
    mRNA that specifies a particular amino acid to be incorporated into a protein.
    Codon
  13. An organelle with two subunits, each composed
    of RNA and protein, that serves as site of protein synthesis is a _______.
    Ribosome
  14. The building blocks of DNA and RNA are monomers called _______.
    Nucleotides
  15. A nucleotide contains a phosphate group
    covalently linked to a 5-C _____ which is covalently linked to a nitrogen containing ______.
    Sugar

    Base
  16. DNA consists of ___ chains of nucleotides
    and is called a double _____.
    2

    Helix
  17. The sugar-phosphate backbones are _______ (run
    in opposite directions).
    Antiparallel
  18. The genetic information in DNA directs the
    synthesis of all ______ in an organism.
    Proteins
  19. DNA is copied every time a cell reproduces or
    divides in a process called _______.
    Replication
  20. Replication begins when enzymes called DNA
    ______ unzip the DNA molecule.
    Helicases
  21. In order for the daughter strands to be
    synthesized, primase adds an RNA _____ to both parent strands get daughter strand synthesis initiated.
    Primer
  22. DNA _______ is the enzyme which adds DNA
    nucleotides to the parent template strands according to complementary base pairing.
    Polymerase
  23. In a replication fork, one strand is
    synthesized continuously toward the replication fork and is called the _______ strand.
    Leading
  24. The lagging strand is synthesized away from the
    fork in short peices called Okazaki fragments which are enentually covalently linked together by the enzyme ________.
    Ligase
  25. The model of DNA replication is called _________
    since each new molecule is composed of one old parent strand and one new daughter strand.
    Semi-conservative
  26. _______ are repetitive nucleotide sequences at
    each end of a DNA molecule that postpone repition of genes near ends as DNA gets shorter with each round of replication.
    Telomeres
  27. Enzyme DNA polymerase proof reads each
    nucleotide that is added against its template some errors and damages are corrected by DNA _______.
    Repair enzymes
  28. An organisms unique genetic code is the sequence
    of ____ ____ in their DNA which contains the information for building proteins.
    Nitrogenous Bases
  29. Proteins are synthesized in all cells on
    organelles called ________.
    Ribosomes
  30. Synthesis of proteins requires the information
    in DNA as well as three types of _____.
    RNA
  31. Once a gene is transcribed in a eukaryote, the
    ________ or noncoding sequences must be removed from mRNA and the coding sequences called _______ must be spliced together.
    Introns

    Exons
  32. The enzyme which catalyzes transcription is
    called ____ _________.
    RNA Polymerase
  33. The two main steps of _____ _____ include
    transcription and translation.
    Gene expression
  34. The transfer of genetic information from DNA to
    mRNA is called ______.
    Transcription
  35. Ribonucleic acid is single stranded and is
    composed of RNA nucleotides each composed of a 5-C sugar called ______, a phosphate group, and one of four nitrogenous bases which include C, G, A and __.
    Ribose

    U
  36. During translation the _________ of tRNA pairs
    with a codon of mRNA, which brings an amino acid into place in a polypeptide
    chain.
    Anticodon
  37. Cytogenetics
    The field of genetics that involoves the microscopic examination of chromosomes and cell division.
  38. Karyotype
    Revels the number, size and form of chromosomes found within an actively dividing cell.
  39. Autosomes
    The chromosomes that are not sex chromosomes
  40. Diploid
    • When the cells of an organism carry two sets of
    • chromosomes (human cells)
  41. Metaphase
    • Pairs of sister chromatids are aligned along the middle plain called the metaphase plate. Organized into a single row, when this is
    • complete the cell is in metaphase.
  42. Anaphase
    • Pair of sister chromatids break apart at centromere. Spindle microtubules shorten, pulling the chromatids apart and toward opposite
    • poles.
  43. Telophase
    Chromatids have reached their respective poles and decondense. Nuculear membranes now reform to produce two separate nuclei .
  44. Cytokinesis
    • Cell membrane and cytoplasm is cleaved to from
    • two distinct cells.
  45. Animal Cytokinesis
    A process called cleavage furrow constricts the membrane like a drawstring to separate the cells.
  46. Plant Cytokinesis
    • Cell plate forms a cell wall between the two
    • daughter cells.
  47. Prophase
    Chromosomes have already replicated to produce chromatids. Nuclear membrane begins breakdown, Chromatids condense into highly compacted structures that are readily visible by light microscopy. Mitotic spindle and centrioles from.
  48. Interphase
    Prior to metaphase , includes g1, s and g2 phases of the cell cycle. The chromosomes are decondensed and found in the nucleus.
  49. Mitosis
    The division of one nucleus into two nuclei and then cytokinesis in which the mother cell divides into two daughter cells.
  50. Mitosis Cell Division
    A cell divides to produce two new cells (The daughter cells) that are genetically identical to the original cell (the mother cell) .

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