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Session Transcript - Science - Biology, 5/5/2016 4:23PM - louisvuittonsac-pascher.info- louisvuittonsac-pascher.info
Session Date: 5/5/2016 4:23PM ET
Length: 30.2 minute(s)
Subject: Science - Biology

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hema (Customer)
[00:00:02] Which nucleic acid carries amino acid molecules to the ribosomes?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:00:21] Hello! welcome! how can I help you today?

hema (Customer)
[00:00:38] Hi, i just had some questions on my homework.

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:00:55] sure! tell me a little about it

hema (Customer)
[00:01:38] I am learning about genetics
[00:01:52] And i provided a question above that i was having trouble with

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:02:48] Sounds good! Lets start from the beginning of the question, do you remember what a nucleic acid is?

hema (Customer)
[00:03:14] Yes
[00:03:26] This question is mutliple choice
[00:03:31] so the answer choices are
[00:03:34] a. dna
[00:03:43] b. messenger rna
[00:03:47] c. transfer rna
[00:04:01] I think the answer is b?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:04:52] thank you for providing those! How about we go through each one and talk a little about what each of those do, sound good? we should be able to get to the answer doing that!

hema (Customer)
[00:05:01] sure
[00:05:32] Ik it isn't DNA since DNA makes RNA

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:06:44] Correct, DNA holds the code that will create RNA, which doesn't quite answer our question right? So how about the difference between messenger rna and transfer rna? Do you remember what each one does?

hema (Customer)
[00:07:35] Messanger leaves the nucleus to go to the ribosomes and brings the ecode
[00:07:38] code

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:08:16] You almost got it! You are correct that it leaves the nucleus, but where you say
[00:08:30] brings the code might be where you are getting a little confused!
[00:09:32] mRNA and tRAN both sound like something that would be a carrier of an amino acid, but their definitions are just a little bit different.
[00:09:55] But I think you almost have it!
[00:10:28] when DNA is going through replication, remember that it makes a duplicate of itself
[00:10:57] An exact copy of itself

hema (Customer)
[00:11:25] oh yea so then the answer would be trna

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:12:13] Yeah! So messenger RNA is just the copy of the DNA, whereas the tRNA actually carries, or "transfers" the amino acid to the ribsome

hema (Customer)
[00:12:23] Oh okay! thanks
[00:12:31] I have more questions

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:12:35] Yeah!
[00:12:39] ok, no problem!

hema (Customer)
[00:13:12] Which genetic material is responsible for in indiviuality of an organism, that is passed from parent to offspring
[00:13:15] I got DNA
[00:13:19] is that correct?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:14:41] Ok, lets think about it! What makes up DNA, in general (not too specific)

hema (Customer)
[00:14:54] genes

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:15:04] Yes!
[00:15:14] and genes are responsible for what?

hema (Customer)
[00:15:29] genetic makeup of someone

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:17:07] Yes! So if DNA is composed of genes, and they define our genetic makeup, do you think that would be related to the individuality of an organism?

hema (Customer)
[00:17:28] yes
[00:17:33] it would make then different

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:17:38] yeah!

hema (Customer)
[00:17:47] ok so i was right?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:18:34] Yep! genes are what we pass down from generation to generation, and make us unique!

hema (Customer)
[00:18:49] ok thanks!

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:19:01] No problem! Thank you for stopping in!

hema (Customer)
[00:19:09] Thanks!
[00:19:14] do we have time for anymore?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:19:35] Yes, I can help some more!

hema (Customer)
[00:19:41] Ok thanks
[00:20:01] The individuality of an organism is determined by the..
[00:20:23] 1. sequence of nitrogen bases in deoxyribonucleic acid
[00:20:29] 2. number of amino acids in a cell
[00:20:40] 3. positiion of the ribosomes on the ER
[00:20:48] 4. number of nitrogen bases in a codon
[00:20:59] i think the answer is 1

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:21:31] Why do you think it is number 1?

hema (Customer)
[00:21:48] Because the nitrogen bases are different for everyone
[00:21:58] like the sequence is different for everyone

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:22:18] You got it!

hema (Customer)
[00:22:29] Ok thanks!

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:22:48] Seems like you have a good handle on your subject, good job!

hema (Customer)
[00:22:54] Thanks
[00:22:58] do we have time for one more?

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:23:45] Sure!

hema (Customer)
[00:23:54] ok thanks
[00:24:15] The specificity of genetic material is the result of the
[00:24:25] 1. type of sugar present in DNA
[00:24:40] 2. type of phosphate found in a cell
[00:24:49] 3. order of the nitrogen bases in DNA
[00:25:00] 4. order of the amino acids in a protien
[00:25:09] protein
[00:25:21] i think the answer is 3

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:27:02] I'm working on this...
[00:27:29] Ok sorry about the delay! I just wanted to double check

hema (Customer)
[00:27:37] its fine!

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:27:38] Why do you think it is 3?

hema (Customer)
[00:28:00] Because the DNA has the genetic material

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:29:28] You got it! The type of sugar doesn't seem to make much sense, right?

hema (Customer)
[00:29:34] Yep!
[00:29:40] Thank you so much

Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:29:44] No problem

hema (Customer)
[00:30:00] have a nice night!


Science - Biology occurred 5/5/2016 @ 4:23PM and lasted 30:09
Which nucleic acid carries amino acid molecules to the ribosomes?

SYSTEM (System)
[00:00:00]*** Please note: All sessions are recorded for quality control. ***
hema (Customer)
[00:00:02]Which nucleic acid carries amino acid molecules to the ribosomes?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:00:21]Hello! welcome! how can I help you today?
hema (Customer)
[00:00:38]Hi, i just had some questions on my homework.
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:00:55]sure! tell me a little about it
hema (Customer)
[00:01:38]I am learning about genetics
[00:01:52]And i provided a question above that i was having trouble with
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:02:48]Sounds good! Lets start from the beginning of the question, do you remember what a nucleic acid is?
hema (Customer)
[00:03:14]Yes
[00:03:26]This question is mutliple choice
[00:03:31]so the answer choices are
[00:03:34]a. dna
[00:03:43]b. messenger rna
[00:03:47]c. transfer rna
[00:04:01]I think the answer is b?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:04:52]thank you for providing those! How about we go through each one and talk a little about what each of those do, sound good? we should be able to get to the answer doing that!
hema (Customer)
[00:05:01]sure
[00:05:32]Ik it isn't DNA since DNA makes RNA
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:06:44]Correct, DNA holds the code that will create RNA, which doesn't quite answer our question right? So how about the difference between messenger rna and transfer rna? Do you remember what each one does?
hema (Customer)
[00:07:35]Messanger leaves the nucleus to go to the ribosomes and brings the ecode
[00:07:38]code
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:08:16]You almost got it! You are correct that it leaves the nucleus, but where you say
[00:08:30]brings the code might be where you are getting a little confused!
[00:09:32]mRNA and tRAN both sound like something that would be a carrier of an amino acid, but their definitions are just a little bit different.
[00:09:55]But I think you almost have it!
[00:10:28]when DNA is going through replication, remember that it makes a duplicate of itself
[00:10:57]An exact copy of itself
hema (Customer)
[00:11:25]oh yea so then the answer would be trna
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:12:13]Yeah! So messenger RNA is just the copy of the DNA, whereas the tRNA actually carries, or "transfers" the amino acid to the ribsome
hema (Customer)
[00:12:23]Oh okay! thanks
[00:12:31]I have more questions
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:12:35]Yeah!
[00:12:39]ok, no problem!
hema (Customer)
[00:13:12]Which genetic material is responsible for in indiviuality of an organism, that is passed from parent to offspring
[00:13:15]I got DNA
[00:13:19]is that correct?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:14:41]Ok, lets think about it! What makes up DNA, in general (not too specific)
hema (Customer)
[00:14:54]genes
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:15:04]Yes! :D
[00:15:14]and genes are responsible for what?
hema (Customer)
[00:15:29]genetic makeup of someone
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:17:07]Yes! So if DNA is composed of genes, and they define our genetic makeup, do you think that would be related to the individuality of an organism?
hema (Customer)
[00:17:28]yes
[00:17:33]it would make then different
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:17:38]yeah!
hema (Customer)
[00:17:47]ok so i was right?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:18:34]Yep! genes are what we pass down from generation to generation, and make us unique!
hema (Customer)
[00:18:49]ok thanks!
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:19:01]No problem! Thank you for stopping in!
hema (Customer)
[00:19:09]Thanks!
[00:19:14]do we have time for anymore?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:19:35]Yes, I can help some more!
hema (Customer)
[00:19:41]Ok thanks
[00:20:01]The individuality of an organism is determined by the..
[00:20:23]1. sequence of nitrogen bases in deoxyribonucleic acid
[00:20:29]2. number of amino acids in a cell
[00:20:40]3. positiion of the ribosomes on the ER
[00:20:48]4. number of nitrogen bases in a codon
[00:20:59]i think the answer is 1
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:21:31]Why do you think it is number 1?
hema (Customer)
[00:21:48]Because the nitrogen bases are different for everyone
[00:21:58]like the sequence is different for everyone
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:22:18]You got it!
hema (Customer)
[00:22:29]Ok thanks!
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:22:48]Seems like you have a good handle on your subject, good job!
hema (Customer)
[00:22:54]Thanks
[00:22:58]do we have time for one more?
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:23:45]Sure!
hema (Customer)
[00:23:54]ok thanks
[00:24:15]The specificity of genetic material is the result of the
[00:24:25]1. type of sugar present in DNA
[00:24:40]2. type of phosphate found in a cell
[00:24:49]3. order of the nitrogen bases in DNA
[00:25:00]4. order of the amino acids in a protien
[00:25:09]protein
[00:25:21]i think the answer is 3
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:27:02]I'm working on this...
[00:27:29]Ok sorry about the delay! I just wanted to double check
hema (Customer)
[00:27:37]its fine!
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:27:38]Why do you think it is 3?
hema (Customer)
[00:28:00]Because the DNA has the genetic material
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:29:28]You got it! The type of sugar doesn't seem to make much sense, right?
hema (Customer)
[00:29:34]Yep!
[00:29:40]Thank you so much
Stephanie T (Tutor)
[00:29:44]No problem
hema (Customer)
[00:30:00]have a nice night!

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