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Molecular Basis of Heredity: Part 1. Nucleic Acids

Molecular Basis of Heredity: Part 1. Nucleic Acids

Raye Lynn Alford, PhD provides a fresh look at genetics beginning with a discussion of the elements and molecular components found in DNA and RNA, including adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine and the sugar-phosphate backbone of DNA (RNA contains uracil instead of thymine), and continues with DNA and RNA strands and strand sequences, the DNA double helix, genetic codes, and the processes of genetic replication, transcription and translation.

Companion slide set to the video, "Molecular Basis of Heredity: Part 1. Nucleic Acids."

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Author(s): Raye L. Alford, PhD
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The Molecular Basis of Heredity: Structures and Functions of Nucleic Acids

The Atomic Components of DNA and RNA

The Molecular Components of DNA and RNA (I)

The Molecular Components of DNA and RNA (II)

The DNA and RNA Strand

DNA is Double-Stranded

The DNA Double Helix

DNA Replication

Transcription

RNA Processing in Eukaryotic Cells

Translation

The Genetic Code

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