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Anthro 9-9-2014

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Emily Notetaker
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Notes are a little confusing but I wrote exactly what was written on the board from class 9-9-2014. These notes are from Robert Tague's Anthropolgy 1001 class. All infomation was taught by him in c...
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Date Created: 09/09/14
Anthro 1001 992014 Mechanical differences between mitosis and meiosis Mitosis Prophase Metaphase homologous Non homologous align independently From one another Anaphase centromeres divide Meosis Prohpse 1 homolougous chromosomes synapse and crossing over occurs Mitosis Meiosis Prophase Metaphase homologous Non homologous align From one another Anaphase centromeres divide Metaphase I homologous chomosomes remain paired in their alignment nonhomologous chromosomes align independtly from one another Anaphase 1 centromeres do not devide Metaphase 11 non homologous cheomose align indepedntly from one another Anaphase II centromeres divde I Interphase 1 Replication of chromosomes when a chromosome replicates 2 chromatids are produced and they are held together temporarily by a centromere 2 a chromosome is made up of DNA understand DNA replication 3 DNA is a double helix molecule DNA is comprised of nucleotides which consists phosphoric acid sugar and a base 4 There are 4 bases adenine A guanine G Cytosine C and thymine T bond pairs for these bases adenine with always bond with thymine AT and gaunone and cytosine will always bond GC 5 Replication is semi conservative in that each DNA strand acts as a template master strand for copying for the formation of another strand of DNA Two chromatids are produced in replication each chromatid consists of one of the strands of parental strands and each contains a new daughter strand AT TA GC CG AT AT AT TA AT AT New DNA is synthesized from the split strands TA TA GC GC Replication Splits the strands of DNA 11 Gene activity 1 A gene a sequence of nucleotides that codes for the production of a protein Protein macro molecule of amino acids that is functional in the body Amino acids the building blocks of a protein know that there are 20 total amino acids 10 can be made in our body the other 10 must be ingested CPU A Gene consists of a sequence of nucleotides B Protein consists of a sequence of amino acids C Therefore the sequence of nucleotides in a gene determines the sequence of amino acids in a protein 3 Protein is a 2 stage process transcription formation of messanger RNA mRNA translation formation of protein RNA Uracil U replaces Thymine T DNA RNA bonding AU amp GC PCP Codone triplet sequence of mucleotides in DNA or mRNA That specifies for a particular amino acid 43 64 codons 20 amino acids Genetic Code is redundant meaning that for some amino acids two or more codons may specify the same amino acids Transfer RNA a molecule of RNA that carries an amino acid to the ribosome or to the location of protein synthasis tRNA also has an anti codon a triple sequence of nucleotides in tRNA that functions to bind the tRNA to a codon of mRNA Be able to pair nucleotides for mRNA A U amp G C and DNA A T amp G C Structural genes produce the protein that kead to the structure of collegen Regulatory genes genes the in uence the action of structural genes


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