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B S R C M D L T R A N S L A T I O N Q L A
T E F E T N K H V X G A S H S F N O H G M
A S P T J A F T Q P T I J N G O T G R O P
S L Q I I R O S O J F O H R I L N O H G F
E A K L J T Q A H B E E V T R I U S S R W
T E I L F S D D L G V N P M T A I T G Q L
I N D E R E S E I W X I N T L T T Y V L B
L V A T T S A U K B R T O K R E W N N B N
L C W A P N M U P C P L O O M Y D B G P N
E B O S K E S F S R B F M P P O E P S T A
T T S I X S U N M R G R L T G U R X U J S
A O G N F D A G E L O A M K R G O U C M I
S R T I Y R E H E G T F R Y D A F C C D T
O T L M T G T G I E E C R X G T A Y E T B
R A K F B U Q R S L Y I A O P J Q X S P M
C G U R O D G T H S S J J I R T K R S G U
I M B S X P R A J E L E X V H B U F I J I
M Y R X V A H O L D A F J T B Y C G O B X
R C K Q N K N K V U G A Y A Y A P H N P C
T V R D L T E H N W C E X G D C Y U L D V
X S O D F I W D S T H O S H U D E V K L C

Clues

  • 2-4 bases of DNA repeated between 5 and 15 times. (15)
  • A 20-50 base sequence of DNA that will be repeated from 50 to several hundred times. (4, 9)
  • A process by which communities of animals and plant colonise an area and then over time are replaced by other varied communities. (10)
  • An alkaline buffer solution added to a gel after electrophoresis and a nylon filter being placed over it. (7, 8)
  • The 5' DNA strand. (8, 6)
  • The DNA strand which has the same sequence as the resulting mRNA. (5, 6)
  • The first stage of protein synthesis, which occurs in the nucleus. (13)
  • The process in which muscle cells run out of ATP; the muscle fibres become permenantly contracted and lock solid. (5, 6)
  • The second stage of protein synthesis, which occurs in the cytoplasm. (11)

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