First of, I would do the practice problems because they can be very helpful.
What is the charge of DNA?
What is heterochromatin and euchromatin?
How did the idea of heredity start?
What are the three DNA polys in eukaryotes?
Why is DNA considered simplistic?
What is the chemical comp of DNA?
What is the pyrimidine ring?
What is the purine ring?
What is nucleoside?
What is nucleotide?
What is the mechanism DNA uses?
Which way does chain elongation go in?
How many origins do prokaryotes have?
How many origins do eukaryotes have?
What is DNA helicase?
What is DNA gyrase?
Why is the lagging strand full of fragments?
Why is poly alpha switched out with on of the other two?
What is a genome?
What are the three areas to be familiar with?
2. Condensed and densely stained; Decondensed and not as stained 3. Mendel, his peas, and particulate factors
4. Alpha, Delta, and Epsilon
5. Only has four bases
6. Deoxyribose, 4 organic bases, phosphate group
7. Cytosine and Thymine. Only one ring
8. Guanine and Adenine. Two rings
9. The base and the sugar
10. Nucleoside with a phosphate group
11. Semi Conservative We also discuss several other topics like What is taxonomic hierarchy?
12. 5’ to 3’ end
15. Breaks H bonds
16. Helps alleviate supercoiling
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18. It cannot proofread the DNA
19. Complete genetic information of a cell or organism 20. Origins of replication, Centromeres, Telomeres