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Our genetic material or blueprints
a) proteins b) RNA c) replication d) DNA
the double helix is made up of nucleotides. Which is NOT part of a nucleotide?
a) protein b) phosphate c) nitrogen base d) deoxyribose
The sides of the double helix are made up of:
a) proteins b) phosphate and deoxyribose c) nitrogen bases d) hydrogen bonds
The "rungs" of the double helix are made up of:
a) proteins b) phosphate c) deoxyribose d) nitrogen bases
These hold the nitrogen bases together in the double helix
a) proteins b) deoxyribose c) hydrogen bonds d) phosphates
The two scientists who are credited with the discovery of the double helix are:
a) Rosalind Franklin b) James Watson and Francis Crick c) Bert and Ernie d) SpongeBob and Patrick
DNA replication occurs during
a) Interphase b) prophase c) metaphase d) telophase
The double helix is unzipped by:
a) proteins b) sugars c) enzymes d) hydrogen bonds
DNA codes for the production of:
a) proteins b) deoxyribose c) phosphates d) nitrogen bases
DNA replication is important
a) so cells can grow b) so each cell in an organism has exactly the same DNA code c) so every cell has centrioles d) so every cekk can divide
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