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By chemically synthesizing DNA (as opposed to extracting natural DNA from a living cell), we can create DNA with a much simpler nucleotide sequence than is found in nature. Simpler DNA is easier to understand, and studying such DNA provides insights that can then be applied to understanding more complex natural DNA. When the nucleotide sequence is simple and repetitive throughout the molecule, we say that the sequence is homogenous. An example is synthetic poly-A/poly-T where one nucleotide strand is made of entirely adenine residues and the other strand is entirely thymine residues. Another common laboratory example is poly-AT, where the sequence of both strands consists of alternating adenine and thymine resides, as shown here. 5 ATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATAT 3 3 TATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATA 5 In contrast to these synthetic DNA, the sequence of natural DNA is heterogenous. Melting studies of homogenous and heterogenous sequence DNA have shown clearly that the sequence of DNA has a significant effect on how the molecule unwinds.
4. Plot each of the points (2, 4), ( 6, 3), ( , 2 ), ( 5, 8), ( 2 , 3), (1/3, 19/4) on a pair of cartesian coordinate axes. Label each point. 5. Plot each of these planar loci on a separate set of axes. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) {(x, y): y = 2x 2 3} {(x, y): x 2 + y 2 = 9} y = x3 + x x = y3 + y x = y2 y3 x2 + y4 = 3 {(x, y): x 2 + y 2 < 4} {(x, y): y > x 2 } {(x, y): y < x 3 } {(x, y): x 2y + 3} {(x, y): y x + 1} {(x, y): 2x + y 1} The line through the points ( 5, 6) and (2, 4) The line perpendicular to the line through (1, 2) and (3, 4) The line 2y + 3x = 6 x 4y The line =6 x+y The line through the points (1, 1) and ( 8, 9) The line x y = 4 The line parallel to 3x + 8y = 9 and passing through the point (4, 9). The line perpendicular to x + y = 2 and passing through the point ( 4, 8). The line passing through the point (4, 6) and having slope 8. The line passing through ( 6, 4) and (2, 3). The line passing through the origin and having slope 6. The line perpendicular to x = 3y 7 and passing through ( 4, 7).
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