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Agenda 03/29/01 to 03/30/01

  1. Lecture:
    1. DNA Structure
      1. Deoxyribose sugar
      2. Phosphate
      3. Thymine
      4. Adenine
      5. Cytosine
      6. Guanine
    2. DNA Replication
      1. The DNA Pairs
        1. Thymine-Adenine (T-A)
        2. Cytosine-Guanine
    3. The Transcription of DNA
      1. DNA to RNA
        1. DNA has two strands.
        2. RNA has one strand.
        3. Ribose replaces Deoxyribose
        4. Uracil replaces Thymine
      2. The RNA Pairs
        1. Uracil-Adenine (U-A)
        2. Cytosine-Guanine
      3. Only a messenger (mRNA)
    4. The Translation of mRNA (the right sequence of bases must be used).
      1. Back to the RNA paring again.
      2. tRNA
        1. The codon:
          1. A codon is made of three bases (e.g. UUU, ACU, CGU)
        2. Each codon links with its own amino acid (see the codon table)
  2. Lab 8: Protein Synthesis
    1. Follow the directions from transcribing DNA into mRNA to the translation of RNA into a chain of amino acids, a protein.
  3. Homework:
    1. Answer the questions at the end of the lab.
    2. Practice question from the Midterm Review.
      1. Remember to work on your weaker areas first, and your strongest areas last.