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Unformatted text preview: 5 inches d) 200 centimeters 6) The process in the nucleus of making RNA is known as a) RNA-Polymerase b) Copying c) Translation d) Transcription 7) DNA is in a double helix configuration, what is the diameter of the corresponding cylinder a) ~11 nm b) ~1.1 nm c) ~2 nm d) ~700 nm 8) As bases are paired, e.g., G goes with C, what DNA base goes with A and what RNA base goes with A a) T and Q b) U and G c) T and U d) A and U 9) The RNA-polymerase transcription rate for a prokaryotic polymerase is a) ~30-80 b/min b) ~50-80 kb/s c) ~5-8 Mb/s d) ~30-85 b/s 10) What organism is an exception to the central dogma of molecular biology? a) plasmid b) Ribosome c) RNA based viruses d) DNA based viruses...
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course ENGR 213 taught by Professor Clague during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.
- Winter '08