The things I know of the DNA is the most basic in biochemistry, the thing I have had explained from a biochemist, is that the sugar called ribo is attached via phosphor in chain, the actual one side chain is like this: ribo – phosphor – ribo – phosphor. What is then tied together in one and second chain is the amino acids as Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine and Thymine. Now one of the amino acids can bond with two amino acids, but one of those can only bond with one, I haven’t figured out why so I guess it’s a sort of chemistry advanced thing. The last thing about basic DNA is what bonds one and one amino acid is water, PH value 7 or neutral.
I have been very much into our DNA as I love structures in the very small or detailed path of scale, though I am very interested I have not yet got to paint the whole picture of the full purpose and why etc. DNA strings forms to genes as our genetic code, and right there, my brain stops for a while, and that is because I haven’t put myself enough into what is what. I guess the purpose of our Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid is to carry generations of knowledge passed through generations, I could say that I can see my Dad in me and my Mom in me, and I am talking about the expressions.
So the way I actually desired to get a talk going is to ask you as reader, how much have you heard of the Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid? If you have once or twice been told about genes and DNA, then what is your point of view? If you had the knowledge of these small databases as DNA is, what would it benefit you longterm?