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