ConclusionReflect on what you observed today in your microscope and the images provided, along with what you know about the organisms’ life cycles. Relate what you observed of their structures, size, life stages, etc., to what you know about their ability to cause disease or what you think might help them survive and their potential for causing disease.
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As we’ve seen, DNA strands have directionality, with a 5’ nucleotide-phosphate and a 3’ deoxyribose hydroxyl end. This is even true for circular bacterial chromosomes…, if the circle is broken! Because the strands of the double helix are antiparallel, the 5’ end of one strand aligns with the 3’end of the other at both ends of the double helix.