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TOPICS: DNA, RNA AND PROTEIN SYNTHESIS MEIOSIS REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES AND HUMAN REPRODUCRION

DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid):

    • DNA is the genetic code found in the cells of living organisms, forming a double-helix structure. It carries instructions for development, functioning, and reproduction.
  1. RNA (Ribonucleic Acid):

    • RNA is a single-stranded molecule that transfers genetic information from DNA to ribosomes during protein synthesis, playing a crucial role in cellular processes.
  2. Protein Synthesis:

    • Protein synthesis is the cell’s process of building proteins using DNA instructions. It involves transcription to create RNA and translation to form amino acid sequences.
  3. Meiosis:

    • Meiosis is the specialized cell division for sexual reproduction, producing four haploid cells with unique genetic information essential for genetic diversity.
  4. Reproductive Strategies:

    • Reproductive strategies are diverse approaches organisms use to ensure successful reproduction, encompassing factors like offspring quantity, parental care, and adaptations.
  5. Human Reproduction:

    • Human reproduction involves the formation of gametes (sperm and egg cells) through meiosis, fertilization, and the development of a new organism within the mother’s womb.

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