Worksheet 9_Geneexp_Spr17

Worksheet 9_Geneexp_Spr17 - Worksheet 9 Refer Chapters 6 16...

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Worksheet 9: Refer Chapters 6, 16, 17. Refer LM 7 Learning Objectives: 1) Explain the characteristics of the genetic code. 2) Be able to translate a given mRNA using the genetic code table provided. 3) What is the direction of synthesis of a polypeptide? 4) Describe the chemical components of and steps in the process of translation. 5) What ribosomes are present in Eukaryotes as against Prokaryotes? 6) How is the process of initiation of translation different in Prokaryotes as against Eukaryotes? 7) What are the components of a translation initiation complex in Prokaryotes as against Eukaryotes? 8) Explain the process of elongation with reference to the EPA sites on the ribosomes. 9) Name and describe the most common types of posttranslational modifications. 10)Where is energy used in translation? 11)Refer chapter 5 in order to differentiate between RNA and DNA 12)Give examples of the different types of point mutations.
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