CPSER DNA to protein study guide

CPSER DNA to protein study guide - 9 What do stop codons...

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DNA to protein Study guide 1) What are RNA polymerases? How many? 2) What is rRNA, mRNA, tRNA and which is their function? 3) What direction does transcription take place? (5? to 3?) 4) What are exons and introns? Do prokaryotes have these? 5) Describe capping of the 5? End of mRNA with _______( starts with M) and the addition of the end of mRNA with a _________ (starts with p) 6) How are introns removed? 7) Which of the following are considered start and stop sequences? (AUG,UGA, UAA, UAG) 8) What is a codon? What is an anticodon?
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Unformatted text preview: 9) What do stop codons recognize? (Initials are RF) 10) What is a reading frame? 11) What is aminoacyl tRNA sythetases? How do they associate tRNA with amino acids? 12) What are the A,P,E sites? Where are they located? 13) Explain the three phases of translation: 14) What is a polyribosome? How is it involved in the rapid synthesis of a single type of protein? 15) What are proteases are where are they located in the cell?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course BIO 150 taught by Professor Dr.zhu during the Spring '11 term at Fayetteville State University.

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