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DNA is one of the broadest topics that I have learned throughout my Biology and science career It seems that every time I come to memorize one concept and think that I understand everything another topic arises and I am left more and more confused DNA is by far the most interesting topics in science due to the fact that it has to deal with so much about us It can possibly cure diseases and even have the possibility of creating a perfect child DNA has left me with various questions that I want to learn the answers to But this all started with two big ideas in DNA The main idea that I have learned this year in Biology this year is that DNA controls everything What I mean y this is that it controls what we like to do eat and how we act DNA is found in our cells and is made up of sugar phosphate and a nitrogenous base There are four nitrogenous bases Adenine which bonds with thymine and Guanine which bonds with cytosine When a say bonds with I mean that in the double helix which is just a twisted ladder there is a sugar on the outside and a phosphate connecting the sugar and the nitrogenous base The second main idea about DNA is as to how many processes are going on inside of our bodies that involve DNA There is the process of DNA replication where the double helix unfolds and unzips creating two columns Then the enzyme known as polymerase pairs up each of the two columns and creates a whole new strand of DNA Another process is called The first big question that I have about DNA is what it is going to become I think it is great that it has the possibilities to cure people and their diseases but it is also making me very worried because of its potential Scientists have
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