Exam 3 Review & Notes

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Unformatted text preview: that encodes a protein. b) Gene that interrupts protein coding sequences. c) Gene that is transcribed. d) Chromosome that is eliminated in a recombina.on event. e) A protein that comprises the ac.ve site. 19. An exon is the por.on of a: a) Gene that encodes a protein. b) Gene that interrupts protein coding sequences. c) Gene that is transcribed. d) Chromosome that is eliminated in a recombina.on event. e) A protein that comprises the ac.ve site. This is another situa.on where you just have to know the vocabulary: An exon is any nucleo.de sequence encoded by a gene that remains present within the final mature RNA product, arer introns have been removed by RNA splicing. (i.e. a gene that encodes a protein) Page 139 from the lecture notes: “Most...
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