Must be in essay format, 100 word count per question. 2 references are required and one can be the book.
ReferencesDaempfle, P. (2016). Essential Biology: An Applied Approach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
One strand of a single DNA helix is labeled red while the other strand of the same DNA helix is labeled blue. This double helix DNA is replicated through the process of semi-conservative replication. Note that a completely newly synthesized strand of DNA will be white. Predict what the colors of the newly replicated DNAs (both strands) would be, explaining your prediction based on your understanding of semi-conservative replication.
Give an analogy to explain the process of DNA transcription to a friend. Do the same for translation.
Transcribe and translate the following sequence of DNA: TTAACGCCA. There is a mutation that resulted in AAA being inserted after G. Predict how this mutation would impact the product of translation.
Name two enzymes that are needed for DNA replication. Explain the role of each in the doubling of DNA.
Which of the following sequences cannot exist for a mRNA. Explain your answer.
Some antibiotics are used to kill bacteria by stopping the ribosome from functioning. Based on the central dogma of biology, why is this deadly for bacteria?
A cell has lost its ability to produce tRNA. Explain the consequences of this loss to the cell. Would this cell be able to divide? Explain.
In your own words, explain the cell cycle.