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Quiz 10 2006 key - Quiz 10 Key Fall 2006 Bio 181 Sections 7...

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Quiz 10 Key, Fall 2006 Bio 181, Sections 7, 8H Multiple Choice A sequence of three RNA bases can function as a a. codon. b. anticodon. c. gene. d. Both a and b e. Both a and c Answer: d The number of codons that actually specify amino acids is a. 20. b. 23. c. 45. d. 60. e. 61 . Answer: e The genetic code is best described as a. redundant but not ambiguous. b. ambiguous but not redundant. c. both ambiguous and redundant. d. neither ambiguous nor redundant. e. nonsense. Answer: a After translation, some proteins are processed by _______, which is cleavage of the protein to make a shortened finished protein. a. glycation b. glycosylation c. phosphorylation d. proteolysis e. exonuclease digestion Answer: d Breaking and rejoining of chromosomes can lead to a. deletions. b. duplications. c. inversions. d. translocations. e. All of the above Answer: e
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Damage to DNA can be caused by _______ absorbed by thymine in DNA, causing interbase covalent bonds. a. X-rays
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