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Internet Resources

Conroy, Gary. "Technical What?" Technical Writing 1997. <http://www.techwrit-ing.about.com>.

Kolunovsky, Nina. "Becoming a Technical Writer in Three Easy Steps." Society for Technical Communication 1996. <http://www.stctoronto.org>.

U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Writers and Editors, Including Technical Writers." Occupational Outlook Handbook 2000. <http://stats .bls.gov/oco>.

eukaryotes organisms with cells possessing a nucleus nucleases enzymes that cut DNA or RNA

Telomere

Telomeres are structures found at the ends of chromosomes in the cells of eukaryotes. Telomeres function by protecting chromosome ends from recombination, fusion to other chromosomes, or degradation by nucleases. They permit cells to distinguish between random DNA breaks and chromosome ends. They also play a significant role in determining the number of times that a normal cell can divide. Unicellular forms whose cells have no true nuclei (prokaryotes) possess circular chromosomes that, therefore, have no ends. Thus, prokaryotes can have no telomeres.

polymerases enzyme complexes that synthesize DNA or RNA from individual nucleotides buffers substances that counteract rapid or wide pH changes in a solution media (bacteria) nutrient source

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