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