General Biological Science test 8

General Biological Science test 8 - How many different...

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Question: What is the relationship between DNA and proteins? A Genes are made of proteins that encode the base sequence of DNA B DNA encodes for proteins, and protein enzymes replicate to maintain DNA C DNA makes up the individual sugar-phosphate- base units of a protein D DNA molecules are the enzymes that maintain chromosomes made of protein E Proteins make up the individual sugar-phosphate- base units of DNA Question: What units are bonded together to make a strand of DNA? Question:
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Unformatted text preview: How many different types of amino acids are found in human proteins? Q uestion: A "transgenic" animal Question: "Dolly," or another reproductively cloned animal, is a clone of Question: What is an autosome? Question: In reproductive cloning, a sperm is not used, but an egg is still required. Why? Question: Which choice is an example of "recombinant DNA"? Question: The three components of a DNA nucleotide are Question: A base pair is a unit of DNA that consists of...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course TERM 1 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at FIT.

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