From Oregon State University.
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- Chromosome terminology
- DNA helicase, DNA replication
- DNA ligase, DNA replication
- DNA polymerase, DNA replication
- Egg and Sperm
- Independent assortment
- Messenger RNA – simple
- Multiple ribosomes translation, protein synthesis
- Rough ER close up: Showing a ribosome creating a polypeptide which is folded into a secondary structure in the lumen of the rER
- Synapsis and Crossing Over with Labels
- Synapsis and Crossing Over No Labels
- Transcription and translation
- Types of RNA
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