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2012-11-02 23:00:51
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Adenine(A), Thymine(T), Guanine(G), Cytosine(C)


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The characteristics of a living thing are determined by its DNA.

one of the characteristics of the ribosome is dna

Genes are part of DNA which are responsible for specific characteristics.

DNA controls a person's characteristics because it is what passes on the genes and traits of the parents. The genes and traits express the person's characteristics.

The DNA in the nucleus carries the hereditary characteristics. The nucleus is the site of DNA and RNA synthesis in the cell.

DNA determines what characteristics the cell would have. When a cell divides, the chromosomes containing DNA are split in half. Half of the DNA from the original cell is carried by each of the resulting cells.

DNA replication is : semiconservative, bidirectional, begins at unique sites (origins)

Scientists use Ancestors and DNA to group DNA.

Through mRNA transcribed on DNA template and carried to the cytoplasm.

DNA has a role in defining characteristics of the subject which it is taken from.

It could possibly and it couldn't.

Traits are the genetic characteristics of an individual. The traits are coded from the DNA of the parents and determine physical and behavioral characteristics.

DNA contains information that determines the characteristics of an organism and directs its cell activities.

Some characteristics of DNA are it is helical and double stranded. DNA also consists of 4 nucleotide bases: adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine. Each of the nucleotides consists of a five carbon sugar called deoxyribose, the D in DNA.

These characteristics are called traits or hereditary traits; they come from individual DNA.

We call these characteristics traits. They are encoded in genes located in our DNA.

Membrane, Cytoplasm, Ribosomes, and DNA

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