Bio: QUIZ 7 - Sometimes exons can be spliced together in...

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Sometimes, exons can be spliced together in difference ways to produce more than one protein from a single gene. T In general, prokaryotes (like bacteria) have genes turned "on" unless turned "off" by repressors. T An insertion of 1 nucleotide into a gene will typically have less of an impact on the protein produced than an insertion of 3 nucleotides. T In eukaryotic cells, the process of translation occurs in the nucleus. F On what cellular structure does translation take place? Ribosomes After the mRNA is first made, nucleotides are both removed and added before it leaves the nucleus. T What is the correct name of structure number 3 shown in the image below? ribosome Suppose you are looking at a codon in the middle of a gene and the original mRNA codon is AAG. Which of the following mutations is likely to change the amino acids in the protein the most? Use the genetic code below to help you answer this question. AAG to UAG Use the genetic code below to answer this question. * Think about where you should start "reading" the transcript.
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