Next-Gen

DNA and RNA

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DNA and RNA

ASSIGNMENT 41.Original DNA: CCTAT ATCTC TCTAT ATCTC TCATA CTGTG TGTCTCTATAComplementaryDNA:_GGATA TAGAG AGATA TAGAG AGTAT GACAC ACAGA GATAT2. CCTAT ATCTC TCTAT ATCTC TCATA CTGTG TGTCT CTATA (original) (new)GGCCT AAAAT TAATC GATGA TAGCA TGATG CAACC ACGAT2. A. Original DNA: CCGGA TTTTA ATTAG CTACT ATCGT ACTAC GTTGGTGCTAComplementary DNA: B. Make identical strands of DNA CCGGA TTTTA ATTAG CTACT ATCGT ACTAC GTTGG TGCTA (original) (new)GGCCT AAAAT TAATC GATGA TAGCA TGATG CAACC ACGAT(compl.from 2A)3. A. Original DNA:TGCTG ATCGA TCGAT CAGTC AAACG CTGTT TCGATACTCGComplementary DNA:ACGAC TAGCT AGCTA GTACG TTTGC GACAA AGCTA TAGC B. Make identical strands of DNA TGCTG ATCGA TCGAT CAGTC AAACG CTGTT TCGAT ACTCG (original) (new)ACGAC TAGCT AGCTA GTACG TTTGC GACAA AGCTA TAGC

1928- Griffith founded the term transforming factor1944- Avery found that DNA was the transforming factor 1950- Hersey and Chase tagged viral DNA with radioactive phosphorus; found DNA in bacteria 1952- Rosalind Franklin created the Franklins X-ray and found that the double helix is an equal on both sides and not abnormal1953- Watson and Crick created the structure of DNA and created the term the double helix and did further information on it

CURRENT EVENT http://www.livescience.com/52995-what-clues-does-your-dogs-spit-hold-for-human-mental-health.htmlThis article talks about how an animal can also have the same mental disorders just like humans. A dog's spit can tell a lot about a human's mental health. The animals also experience the same effects like us and the disease is the exact same as the humans that hold it too. This tells us that an animal's DNA and a humans DNA can carry the same material no matter how different the two species are. DNA is the genetic instructions used in development for all living organisms. This tells us that all living things are capable of having the same traits and diseases as is contained in their DNA.


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