Your DNA needs to be in every cell in your body, so what happens when cells divide? Learn how each new cell retains all of the pertinent genetic information.
Everyone knows that DNA is the genetic code, but what does that mean? Learn how one molecule can be a code that makes a single cell develop into organisms.
In this biochemistry lesson, learn about the ways that your DNA can become damaged, and the strategies nature has developed to combat these risks.
In this biochemistry lesson, Professor Dave discusses some of the basics of metabolic processes, and explains ATP—the currency of cellular energy.
Where does your body's energy come from? It's a complicated, biological process, and the first section is called glycolysis. Learn about it in this lesson.
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