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Na'ira Farooqi

The greater the energy, the larger the frequency and the shorter (smaller) the wavelength of light. Electrons can only be ejected from atoms when the energy the atom receives from the incoming electron is above the THRESHOLD FREQUENCY for that particular metal. So if you draw a graph or current against frequency, you will get NO CURRENT when the frequency is below the THRESHOLD FREQUENCY, then you will get current when the frequency rises above that.
More INTENSITY means more photons of the same energy per second. So increasing the INTENSITY for frequency BELOW the THRESHOLD FRQCY will make not difference (no electrons will come out), but increasing INTENSITY for frequency ABOVE the THRESHOLD FRQCY will increase the number of electrons released, and will therefore increase the current.
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Tabitha Farrant

A key feature of all nucleic acids is that they have two distinctive ends: the 5' (5-prime) and 3' (3-prime) ends. This terminology refers to the 5' and 3' carbons on the sugar. For both DNA (shown above) and RNA, the 5' end bears a phosphate, and the 3' end a hydroxyl group.

Another important concept in nucleic acid structure is that DNA and RNA polymerases add nucleotides to the 3' end of the previously incorporated base. Another way to put this is that nucleic acids are synthesized in a 5' to 3' direction.

Hannah Roberts

A parallel beam of white light is incident normally on a diffraction grating. It noted that the second order and third order spectra partially overlap. Which wavelength in the third-order spectrum appears at the same angle as the wavelength of 600nm in the second order spectrum? sOlution?

Nabsha Saleem

Adenine Thymine Cytosine Guanine

Karen Lol

There is a bit of a degenerate nature, as some codes code for the same protein. In DNA ACTG are used, however in RNA ACUG are used, with Thymine swapped for Uracil :)

Cathy Olphin

1.The genetic code is universal,meaning to say that the 20 amino acids in any organism code for the same protein.
2.It is also punctuated which means that it has a start codon as well as a stop codon.
3.Non-overlapping,the base sequence on one codon cannot be used to form another codon.
4.Degenerate
5.Triplet code,consisting of three bases

Tinashe Gondwa

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