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How do you denature DNA?

by heating above certain temprature eg.90 or 100 degree celcius or by treting with strong alkali or strong acid you can denature your DNA *Actually, you can denature DNA in (MORE)
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What we can do with DNA?

DNA can let us track people. Just by a sample of it we know their name, birth, and sperm count.
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Does DNA code for DNA polymerase?

Enzymes involved in template directed synthesis of DNA from deoxyribonucleotide E. Coli, III appears to be most important in genome replication and I is important for its abil (MORE)
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What if DNA does not match mothers DNA?

If it does not match, than it is not that persons child.... adoption... or carrying another womans eggs On very RARE occasions a person can be chimeric... and they "Are ther (MORE)
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DNA extraction pure DNA?

To extract DNA from a person you need it in liquid form (i.e. spit) or if it's from a plant you can just grind up the plant in a blender to open up the cells. You need to add (MORE)
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Where did we get our DNA from?

Our DNA is inherited from our parents half from your mother and half from your father, you may resemble your parents but your never alike.  
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DNA controls what and what does DNA stand for?

DNA stands for Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid Edit by DrBeaver: DNA controls protein production. It is expressed through transcription and translation to form these proteins.
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How can DNA be extracted?

This is the concept of something that would be used in a laboratory setting: Collect a lot of cells that you would want to extract DNA from. Break the cells using a deterg (MORE)
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What is DNA to DNA pairing?

This is called base-pairing. There are three essential parts in dna: the sugar (deoxyribose), phosphate, and the nucleic acids. there are four nucleic acids that are broken in (MORE)
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Where is the DNA located in your bodies and what does the DNA do?

DNA is in no cells of the body except red blood cells. It is  smaller than microscopic, and stays inside the membrane of the  cell. The cell's membrane is it's brain (hence (MORE)