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Answers to I-clicker questions on DNA replication (1)

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Answers to I-clicker questions: review of DNA replication machinery
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--Enzyme that incorporates the most nucleotides into the new DNA molecules A) DNA polymerase I B) DNA polymerase III C) Both do it equally
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--Polymerase that helps to synthesize the lagging strand A) DNA polymerase I B) DNA polymerase III C) Both
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--Polymerase with proofreading capacity A) DNA polymerase I B) DNA polymerase III C) Both
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--Synthesizes an RNA molecule onto template DNA to get the DNA replication started A) Primase B) Helicase C) Topoisomerase D) Initiator E) Ligase
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--Separates the 2 strands of double-stranded DNA to make single-stranded DNA A) Primase B) Helicase C) Topoisomerase D) Initiator E) Ligase
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--Prevents the single-stranded DNA from hybridizing to itself A) Primase B) Helicase C) Single-stranded DNA binding proteins D) Initiator E) Ligase
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--Locates the origin(s) of replication, binds to them, starts to unwind DNA, and recruits other DNA replication factors A) Primase B) Helicase C) Single-stranded DNA binding protein
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