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Problemset6 - BILD 1 W2011 Problem Set 6 1. DNA polymerase...

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BILD 1 W2011 Problem Set 6 1. DNA polymerase can add nucleotides to A) a free 3' OH end of a growing DNA chain B) a free 5' OH end of a growing DNA chain C) either a 3' or a 5' end of a DNA chain D) a 5' end of an RNA primer E) all of the above 2. The leading strand of DNA is synthesized A) discontinuously in a 5' to 3' direction B) continuously in a 5' to 3' direction C) discontinuously in a 3' to 5' direction D) continuously in a 3' to 5' direction E) in both directions 3. On the following figure of a replication bubble: Figure A. Indicate where the origin of replication was located (use O). B. Label the leading-strand template and the lagging-strand template of the right- hand fork [R] as X and Y, respectively. C. Indicate by arrows the direction in which the newly made DNA strands (indicated by dark lines) were synthesized. D. Number the Okazaki fragments on each strand 1, 2, and 3 in the order in which they were synthesized. E.
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