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Gene to Protein

Gene to Protein

Gene to Protein: Ura Cilly Goose Quiz

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Q. Activators called enhancers can be found in which of the following?

Bacterial cells
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Prokaryotic cells
Eukaryotic cells
DNA sequences
Q. Which of the following is NOT an application of genetic engineering/biotechnology?

The production of human insulin in bacteria
The generation of a crop that is made to produce a specific vitamin
The production of enzymes for laundry detergent
The addition of a poly-A tail to a RNA
The creation of a knockout animal
Q. A mature mRNA will likely be

retained in the nucleus
processed in the nucleolus
translated by RNA polymerase
double stranded
shorter than the DNA sequence that served as its template
Q. A transcription factor knows where to bind to DNA by

binding everywhere along the DNA
unwinding the helix and exposing the inner bases
reading the bases by reading the outer edge of the helix
binding to the ribosome
being guided by the regulator Rho
Q. An operon is

a gene that is transcribed
a group of genes with a common function located in a similar location of the genome and commonly co-regulated
a group of genes with the same function
the name of a repressor protein that binds to a promoter
genes under the control of lactose
Q. Which of the following anticodons will bind to the codon GCG?

Q. Which of the following is unlikely to be found in a prokaryotic gene?

Regulatory sequences
All are always present in prokaryotic genes.
Q. The production of a protein can be regulated at which step?

Generation of the RNA transcript
Initiation of translation
Transport of the RNA out of the nucleus
The first and second options only
The first, second, and third options
Q. The bonds polymerized during translation are BEST described as

Ionic bonds
Hydrogen bonds
Metallic bonds
Ester bonds
Peptide bonds
Q. All of the following codons code for leucine. Which of the following most likely uses a different tRNA?