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Exam 2 Spring 2008 pg 3

Exam 2 Spring 2008 pg 3 - 13 Displayed above is the...

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Unformatted text preview: 13. Displayed above is the prokaryotic DNA replication fork. Which letter corresponds to the following? (1 point each) DNA ligase Single~stranded DNA binding protein DNA Pol III DNA helicase DNA gyrase [3 subunit U 14. AZT (shown across), used in treating HIV/AIDS, is an effective inhibitor of nucleic acid synthesis primarily because {2 points) @ It has an azido nitrogen group instead of a 3’ OH ) It is a 2’, 3’ dideoxy compound c) It is an analog (or structural derivative) of adenosine p; d) It has a 2’ H instead ofa 2’ OH AZT 15. The following activity of DNA Pol I is responsible for the removal of the primer during DNA replication (2 points) a) 3' —> 5’ exonuciease b 5’ —> 3’ polymerase c) 5’ —-> 3’ exonuclease C 3' -> 5’ endonuclease 16. he following activity of DNA Pol I is responsible for proofreading during DNA replication (2 points) 3’ —> 5’ exonuclease 5’ —> 3’ polymerase c 5' ‘9 3’ exonuclease d ,dfi 3’ *1- 5’ endonuclease X 2 pl ...
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