BIOL 1610 Study Guide - CH13

BIOL 1610 Study Guide - CH13 - BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE:...

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1 BIOL 1610 STUDY GUIDE: CHAPTER 13 KEY TERMS – be able to define and use the following terms: anticodon base substitution 5’ cap Central Dogma of Biology codon exon frameshift mutation gene expression genetic code initiation complex intron leader sequence messenger RNA (mRNA) missense mutation nonsense mutation poly-A tail polyribosome promoter RNA polymerase RNA splicing ribosomal RNA (rRNA) reading frame release factor ribosome ribose start codon stop codon transfer RNA (tRNA) template strand termination sequence trailing sequence transcription translation triplet code uracil wobble hypothesis LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. What is the relationship between a gene and the structure of a protein? 2. Sketch a simple flow diagram that shows the relationships among the following: DNA, RNA, polypeptide, transcription, translation . 3. Describe the genetic code and explain why it is said to be redundant. How is it virtually universal? Why is it described as a triplet code? Why wouldn’t a doublet code be
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2010 for the course BIOL 1610 taught by Professor Jimblevins during the Spring '10 term at Salt Lake Community College.

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