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Really cool discovery that not all DNA is copied in S phase! This will change how we teach cell division

Really cool discovery that not all DNA is copied in S phase! This will change how we teach cell division

Messenger RNA (mRNA) carries DNA's genetic information to the ribosome, where it is translated into a sequence of amino acids. mRNA is fed into the ribosome, and it is positioned so that it can be read in groups of three letters, known as codons. Each mRNA codon is matched against the transfer RNA molecule's anti-codon. If there is a match, the amino acid carried by the transfer RNA is added to the growing protein chain.

Messenger RNA (mRNA) carries DNA's genetic information to the ribosome, where it is translated into a sequence of amino acids. mRNA is fed into the ribosome, and it is positioned so that it can be read in groups of three letters, known as codons. Each mRNA codon is matched against the transfer RNA molecule's anti-codon. If there is a match, the amino acid carried by the transfer RNA is added to the growing protein chain.

Understanding Genetics - Great article about how DNA recombines each generation.  A great way to integrate science literacy

Understanding Genetics - Great article about how DNA recombines each generation. A great way to integrate science literacy

Meiosis simulation- this video has a nice demonstration and definition of homologous chromosomes, how they condense, and cross over.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA8aMpHwYh0

Meiosis simulation- this video has a nice demonstration and definition of homologous chromosomes, how they condense, and cross over. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA8aMpHwYh0

This video of DNA and RNA is awesome! Shows condensing, translation, transcription and more - very simple and a great tool.

This video of DNA and RNA is awesome! Shows condensing, translation, transcription and more - very simple and a great tool.

Simply put, the cell has DNA-RNA-Protein. Each very complex but work together. Which came first? What are the odds of ending up together in one cell? The body is believed to contain about 100 trillion cells. Chance? or Design? Detailed info on how the amazing design can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17668892

Simply put, the cell has DNA-RNA-Protein. Each very complex but work together. Which came first? What are the odds of ending up together in one cell? The body is believed to contain about 100 trillion cells. Chance? or Design? Detailed info on how the amazing design can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17668892

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