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7) Break it down: Complementarity of DNA nucleotides pairs A with T and G with C (p. 6) 3’-…ACGGATCCTCCCTAGTGCGTAATACG…-5’ Solution Strategies Solution Steps Evaluate 1. Identify the topic of this problem and the kind of information the answer should contain. 2. Identify the critical information given in the problem. 1. This problem concerns nucleotide complementarity in a DNA duplex and the polarity of complementary strands. The answer should contain the nucleotide sequence and polarity of a strand complementary to the given one.

Many of these organelles are present by the dozens in each cell, and each mitochondrion or chloroplast carries one or more copies of its own chromosome. Mitochondrial and chloroplast genes produce proteins that work with protein produced by nuclear genes to perform essential functions in cells—mitochondria are essential for the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that is the principal source of cellular energy, and chloroplasts are necessary for photosynthesis. 2 Early 20th century genetic theorists.

This is followed by a breakdown of the types of problems students will encounter in the end-of-chapter problems for a particular chapter; they learn the key strategies to solve each type, xxii PReFACe variations on a problem type that they may encounter, and a worked example modeled after the Genetic Analysis feature of the main textbook. The solutions also reflect the evaluate-deduce-solve strategy of the Genetic Analysis feature. Finally, for more practice, we’ve included five to 10 Test Yourself problems and accompanying solutions.

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