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Practice-Exam-3_39213 - BCHS4306 Exam#3 November25,2008...

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BCHS 4306  Exam #3 November 25, 2008 This exam consists of 33 questions worth a total of 100 points and 2 bonus questions (34 and  35).  All questions are multiple-choice.  Each question has only  ONE answer  so choose the best  answer.   There are a total of 9 pages in this exam.   Make sure you bubble in your PEOPLESOFT ID number AND name on your scantron. Your  exam score will be linked to the last 4-digits of the number you bubble in. Good luck. Name_________________________  Peoplesoft ID#_____________________ 1
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1. Which of the following is a  DIFFERENCE  between coding and non-coding RNA? a. Has an open reading frame (ORF) b. Synthesized by an RNA polymerase c. Encoded in the DNA d. All of the above e. None of the above 2. Which of the following non-coding RNA plays a role in  decoding information  by converting a  nucleic acid code to an amino acid code? 3. Which of the following RNA plays a role in  finding translation start codon (AUG)  on a  coding mRNA? 4. Which of the following RNA plays a role in  splicing  of pre-mRNA to mRNA? 5. Which of the following non-coding RNA plays a role in  alternate splicing ? a. piRNA b. miRNA c. siRNA d. snoRNA e. b and c 2
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