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Department
Fisheries And Wildlife
Course
F_W 1100
Professor
Trista Strauch
Semester
Spring

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Noto 1 Nick Noto Dr. Strauch Fisheries and Wildlife 1100 30 April 2013 Worksheet #4 (Extra Credit) 1. DNA replication is necessary for new cells to be formed and it occurs during  Interphase of the cell cycle. During replication, DNA Helicase is used to unzip the  double helix by breaking the hydrogen bonds that hold it together. Then DNA  Polymerase moves along the strand and adds complementary nucleic acids to  form a new strand of DNA. After that is done, DNA Ligase puts the strands back  together. The synthesis of the new strand only goes in the 5’ to 3’ direction. This  means that there will be a leading strand and a lagging strand when nucleotides  are being added. During transcription it would be different because only one  strand of mRNA is produced from the process. During this process Adenine is  paired with Uracil instead of Thymine, but Cytosine and Guanine are still paired.  The strand of mRNA produced from transcription leaves the nucleus to be  eventually turned into DNA.  2. The allelic frequencies for the population are as follows:              A: 14.58%      a: 35.42%     B: 29.17%     b: 20.83% The Aa and Bb genotypes are heterozygous, the aa and bb
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