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Chapter 29 RNA Synthesis and ProcessingMultiple-Choice Questions1)What complex is responsible for splicing mRNA precursors?A)splicozymeB)spliceosomeC)sRNAD)spliciconE)None of the answers is correct.Answer: B
Section: Introduction2)What term is used to describe the synthesis of RNA?
Section: Introduction3)What name is given to sequences that are found on the same molecule of DNA and contain information such as promoter sites?
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Section: 29.24)Which DNA strand has the same sequence as the RNA transcript (except for thymine in place of uracil)?
Section: 29.15)Which of the following is required for DNA synthesis but not for RNA synthesis?A)polymeraseB)nucleotide triphosphatesC)DNA sequence that serves as a templateD)promoterE)primerAnswer: E
Section: 29.16)What name is given to the region of RNA synthesis that contains the DNA, RNA, and RNA polymerase?
Section: 29.1
7)What is the mechanism by which drugs such as actinomycin D slip between the bases of the DNA helix?
Section: 29.18)Which of the following changes the nucleotide sequence of RNA after transcription occurs, by processes other than RNA splicing?
Section: 29.39)Which of the following is a mechanism of splicing that allows diversity in the proteins generated from a particular gene?A)crossoverB)mRNA recombinationC)recombinase-assisted splicingD)translocationE)alternative splicingAnswer: E
Section: 29.3

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