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Unformatted text preview: two nucleoRdes. Q1. Would compound A normally be incorporated into DNA or RNA? Q2. What would happen if compound B was added to a cell that was replicaRng DNA? DNA is synthesized 5’ to 3’ Which of the P is incorporated into the growing chain? A B C What is the name of the bond formed? A B C What is the correct sequence of this DNA? A.  GTCG Pyrimidine B.  ATCA C.  GCAG Purine Figure 5- 6B Essen&al Cell Biology (© Garland Science 2010) Nucleic acid base pairs are held together by hydrogen bonding All base pairs: purine with pyrimidine AT pairs have 2 H.. Bonds GC pairs have 3 H... Bonds Which of the statements are True? 1.  Nucleic acid base pairs are held together by covalent bonding 2.  Nucleic acid base pairs are held together by hydrogen bonding 3.  Nucleic acid base pairs are held together by hydrophobic interacRons 4.  Nucleic acid base pairs are held together by hydrophilic interacRons 5.  A≡T and G=C 6.  A=T and G≡C A.  1, 3, 5 B.  C.  D.  E.  1, 3, 6 2, 4 2, 4, 5 2, 6 Problem 3.7 in Topic 2: Nucleic acids This is a (drawing of a) micrograph of a DNA molecule that has been heated above its normal range of temperatures How do you explain the drawing? What could you say about the sequence of region A as opposed to regions...
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