Day4_GeneExpression Quiz

Day4_GeneExpression Quiz - Question 1 of 8 0.5 Points

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0.5 Points Gene expression usually involves two steps: transcription and translation. What  happens during transcription? A. A polypeptide (protein) is constructed using information directly from DNA. B. An RNA is constructed that is complementary to a particular section of DNA. C. An amino acid sequence is constructed using information in an mRNA. Answer Key: B Question 2 of 8 0.5 Points What happens during translation? A. A polypeptide (protein) is constructed using information directly from DNA. B. An RNA is constructed that is complementary to a particular section of DNA. C. An amino acid sequence is constructed using information in an mRNA. Answer Key: C Question 3 of 8 0.5 Points How does RNA polymerase ‘know’ where to start reading the DNA? A. The enzyme binds at particular base sequences, assisted by other proteins that also bind nearby. B. It doesn’t ‘know’; the enzyme starts transcribing whenever it collides with
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Day4_GeneExpression Quiz - Question 1 of 8 0.5 Points

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