Lecture10_Unit3&4-Nucleic acids+Transcription-student

Where is the acrve site of the rna polymerase 2 which

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Unformatted text preview: B and C? A. The sequence in region B and C is more AT rich than region A. B.  The sequence in region B and C is less AT rich than region A. C.  The DNA sequence has nothing to do with the denaturaRon of nucleic acids. Folding in Nucleic acids (tRNA) Structure of a t-RNA Structure of SSU rRNA from Tetrahymena canadensis From Gene to Protein Learning Outcomes Topic 1 Transcrip$on:   Compare and contrast eukaryoRc and prokaryoRc transcripRon and translaRon, including TEM image interpretaRon.   Interpret an electron micrograph of eukaryoRc transcripRon unit [be able to diagram the structure of a eukaryoRc transcripRon unit].   Explain with diagrams how different transcripRon units can be transcribed in different direcRons relaRve to the chromosome.   Discuss factors regulaRng transcripRon [be able to describe the general process of transcripRon in eukaryotes].   Explain and interpret experiments used to illustrate specificity of transcripRon factor binding to transcripRon units. Biological Flow of Informa$on Figure 7- 1 Essen&al Cell Biology (© Garland Science 2010) ...RNA is the intermediate 5’ 5’ 3’ 3’ 5’ 3’ 5’ 5’ 3’ 3’ 5’ N 5’ 3’ 5’ 3’ 3’ Gene to Protein Masterslide Replica$on/ Transcrip$on: DNA always read 3’ to 5’ DNA/ RNA synthesized 5’ to 3’ Transla$on: mRNA read 5’ to 3’...
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