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Synthesis of both DNA and RNA is driven by energy generated by the release of the two terminal phosphate groups of the dNTP or NTP precursors. 7. , Y = the sequence of the mRNA made from 5'-GCCTAGCAACAG-3'), where a. b. c. d. e. X = 5'-CGGATCGTTGTC-3'; Y = 5'-CUGUUGCUAGGC-3' X = 5'-CGGATCGTTGTC-3'; Y = 5'-CGGAUCGUUGUC-3' X = 5'-GACAACGATCCG-3'; Y = 5'-CUGUUGCUAGGC-3' X = 5'-CTGTTGCTAGGC-3'; Y = 5'-CUGUUGCUAGGC-3' X = 5'-CTGTTGCTAGGC-3'; Y = 5'-CT'GTTGCTAGGC-3' 8. The RNA strand synthesized during transcription elongates until a.

A. RNA polymerase can initiate RNA synthesis without a DNA or RNA primer. b. Synthesis of RNA by RNA polymerase occurs in the 5' to 3' direction. c. RNA polymerase synthesizes an RNA transcript using ribonucleoside triphosphates (NTPs). d. Correct initiation of RNA polymerase in bacteria requires the sigma polypeptide. e. None of the above Short Answer 7. are highly conserved nucleotide sequences in the DNA that determine the sites where RNA synthesis is initiated. 8. The promoter sequence located closest to the start of a gene generally consists of just two of the four DNA nucleotides.

At the conclusion of the experiment, it was announced that the alien organism used the conservative mode of replication. \Vhat were the results of the density gradient analysis after one round of replication in the light medium? 8. The sequence of one strand of DNA is 5'-AGTCGACGA-3'. What would be the 5' to 3' sequence of the complementary strand? 9. Four samples of double-stranded DNA are analyzed and the following data obtained: Sample Sample Sample Sample 1 2 3 4 30% 15 % 20% 25% thymine cytosine guanine adenine Which of these samples could represent DNA from identical sources?

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