BS9907Q2Keys - BS99 - Quiz #2 Monday Morning Mark true or...

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BS99 - Quiz #2 Monday Morning Mark true or false for the following. Each question is worth two points so mark it twice! 1-2. Eukaryotic mRNA codes for a single polypeptide and is therefore monocistronic. 3-4. In DNA sequencing, the template strand is radioactive rather than the newly synthesized strand. 5-6. Adding denaturants to double-stranded DNA will destabilize the helix and will lower the melting point. 7-8. Nucleosomes are composed of double-stranded DNA wrapped around a histone tetramer. 9-10. DNA supercoiling can result in the compaction of the DNA structure. AABBAABBAA BS99 - Quiz #2 Monday Afternoon Mark true or false for the following. Each question is worth two points so mark it twice! 1-2. Eukaryotic mRNA codes for a single polypeptide and is therefore polycistronic. 3-4. In DNA sequencing the newly synthesized strand, rather than the template strand, is radioactive. 5-6. Adding denaturants to double-stranded DNA will stabilize the helix and will increase the melting point. 7-8. Nucleosomes are composed of double-stranded DNA wrapped around a histone octamer. 9-10. DNA supercoiling occurs only in viruses. BBAABBAABB
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BS99 - Quiz #2 Tuesday Morning Mark true or false for the following. Each question is worth two points so mark it twice! 1-2.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course BIO SCI 98 taught by Professor Goulding during the Spring '08 term at UC Irvine.

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BS9907Q2Keys - BS99 - Quiz #2 Monday Morning Mark true or...

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