Day6_Errors Quiz

Day6_Errors Quiz - information B Damage and mutations can...

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Question 1 of 8 0.5/ 0.5 Points Errors in the DNA are minimized by A. Scanning of newly made DNA by enzymes of the mismatch repair system. B. Routine scanning of all DNA by enzymes of the excision repair systems. C. The stability of the DNA molecule, compared to other information carrying molecules like RNA. D. All of the choices contribute to the low error rate observed in DNA. E. Proof-reading during DNA replication by DNA polymerase. Answer Key: D Question 2 of 8 0.5/ 0.5 Points How can DNA damage be differentiated from a mutation? A. Mutated DNA has a normal Watson-Crick structure, but different
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Unformatted text preview: information. B. Damage and mutations can not be told apart. C. Damage and mutation are two words for the same phenomenon. D. Damaged DNA has a normal Watson-Crick structure, but different information. Answer Key: A Question 3 of 8 0.5/ 0.5 Points I f an organism routinely makes an abnormal protein, the error that led to this abnormality most likely originated A. During translation of the mRNA into protein. B. During replication of the corresponding gene. C. During transcription of the corresponding gene into RNA....
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