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Gene to Protein

Gene to Protein

Gene to Protein: Ura Cilly Goose True or False

1. Activators called enhancers can be found in which of the following? -> Eukaryotic cells
2. Which of the following is NOT an application of genetic engineering/biotechnology? -> The addition of a poly-A tail to a RNA
3. A mature mRNA will likely be -> shorter than the DNA sequence that served as its template
4. A transcription factor knows where to bind to DNA by -> reading the bases by reading the outer edge of the helix
5. An operon is -> a group of genes with a common function located in a similar location of the genome and commonly co-regulated
6. Which of the following anticodons will bind to the codon GCG? -> CGC
7. Which of the following is unlikely to be found in a prokaryotic gene? -> Promoter
8. The production of a protein can be regulated at which step? -> Initiation of translation
9. The bonds polymerized during translation are BEST described as -> Peptide bonds
10. All of the following codons code for leucine. Which of the following most likely uses a different tRNA? -> CUG