Forensics & DNA

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

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Biology resources:

See all Biology resources »See all Forensics and DNA resources »