Copy of Nucleic acids by ramon enrique diaz on Prezi

Nucleic acids are biopolymers of high molecular weight, consisting of structural subunits or monomers, called nucleotides. Nucleotides are high molecular weight biopolymers, formed by structural subunits or monomers called nucleotides. Watson and Crick proposed the structure of DNA as a double-stranded spiral. Translation is the passage of information carried by RNA-m to proteins. Its conformation consists of carbohydrates, phosphate groups and nitrogenous bases. Nitrogenous bases Pentoses Deoxyribose Ribose The union between the pentosa, the phosphate and the nitrogenous base Nucleotide Equivalences between the DNA and RNA strings DNA molecules consist of two antiparallel strands that complement each other in a double helix Friedrich Miescher was the first to isolate genetic material, which he called nuclein Miescher characterized nucleic acids as substances rich in carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and a high percentage of phosphorus TRANSCRIPTION Specific DNA sequences encode segments of mRNA TRANSLATION REPLICATION The two strands of DNA are copied generating a second chain, providing enough genetic material for a daughter cell THANK YOU Yibeth Perea Mosquera Jabeidy Asprilla Rivas

Copy of Nucleic acids by ramon enrique diaz on Prezi

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