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DNA unzips, mRNA, goes to ribosome
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translations
ribosome reads mRNA codons, tRNA joins ribosome with matching anti codons, amino acid is dropped off, amino acids joins together
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A-T
adenine-thymine
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C-G
cytosine-guanine
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DNA replication
dna unzips, bases are free floating in nucleiotide, bases join matching codons, cross links between old dna nucleotide and bases join up
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IPMAT
interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, teleophase
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Speciation
when a new species develops
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species
closely related organisms that can breed to make fertile offspring
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stem cells
undifferentiated cells
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embryonic stem cells
can turn into almost any cell
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adult stem cells
bone marrow stem cells can turn and create new blood cells
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cloning
embryonic cell is enucleated, adult diploid cell is enucleated and placed into the the empty egg cell which then undergoes and electric shock leading to mitosis and once the cell becomes a ball of cells its placed into a surrogate
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genetic modification
enzymes cut out selected dna and then it is isolated and placed into another organism which will replicate the dna creating an abundance of advantageous and specialised characteristics such as insulin or vitamin a
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translations

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ribosome reads mRNA codons, tRNA joins ribosome with matching anti codons, amino acid is dropped off, amino acids joins together

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A-T

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C-G

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DNA replication

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