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Title A bond T U C triple G

The human body is constantly duplicating cells, to do this it must take information from the original cell. This information is the DNA of the cell, since DNA has two strands, the new cell takes one of those strands. It then uses the bases of the DNA to create the second strand.

When these bases are collected in the correct order the DNA becomes double stranded and the new cell is formed.

These bases are A, T, C and G. It is important to remember that A and T go together, as do G and C. A and T have a double bond where C and G have a triple bond.

Using the arrow keys you must collect the correct base on the left which corresponds to the one on the right, starting from the top. Collecting the correct one will win you 5 points, the wrong one will lose you 5.

Level Two is based on a process called Central Dogma, this is how Proteins are made. The first part of this process is Transcription, this turns DNA into RNA. RNA uses the same bases as DNA expept T turns into U.

The next part is Translation, the RNA is passed through a Ribosome three bases at a time. It reads the three bases and matches them with the corresponding bases. When the entire RNA is matched, the Protein is created.

Using the arrow keys, collect the correct 3 bases which match the RNA going through the Ribosome. In the practice the correct bases will light up and the incorrect ones will be black. In the test all bases will be black and you must work out which is correct.

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