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					DNA and Protein
  Synthesis
          DNA
 What  it stands for?
 Where is it found?

 Structure of a nucleotide

 Names of the 4 Bases

 Replication of DNA (semi
  conservative)
          DNA → Gene
   A section of DNA will code for a
    particular protein. This section is
    referred to as a gene.
   The section of DNA that codes for
    the production of the channel protein
    involved in cystic fibrosis is called
    the CFTR gene. This stands for
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      Gene → Protein
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              Alleles
   Alleles are copies of the same
    gene.
   They can be dominant or
    recessive.
   We can predict the outcome of
    offspring (F1, F2 etc..) by doing
    a genetic cross.
   Offspring can be homozygous or
    heterozygous

				
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