Midterm 2b - CHEM114C Midterm II May 19, 2009 Name _ ID#_...

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CHEM114C Midterm II May 19, 2009 Name ______________________________ ID#________________________________ Location________________________ Please write your name on each page. Your exam consists of 6 questions. Be certain that all work you want graded is legible and written in permanent ink. Your score 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Total (12)_________ (20)_________ (20)_________ (13)_________ (20)_________ (15)_________ (100)______________ This midterm counts 25% towards your final grade in this course. -1-
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CHEM114C Midterm II Name ______________________________ 1. Prokaryotic transcription. (12) a) Name the promoter elements of an E.coli gene. (2) b) What is the subunit composition of the E. coli holoenzyme? (3) c) How do the core enzyme and the holoenzyme differ in their DNA interaction characteristics? (4) d) How are phages able to commandeer a bacterium’s transcription machinery to transcribe their own genes? (3) -2-
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CHEM114C Midterm II Name ______________________________ 2. RNA pol II requires accessory proteins to recognize the promoter and initiate
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Midterm 2b - CHEM114C Midterm II May 19, 2009 Name _ ID#_...

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