o B The amino acids that make up the protein would fall apart because the bonds

O b the amino acids that make up the protein would

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o B. The amino acids that make up the protein would fall apart because the bonds that hold them together are weak. o C. The protein would not be functional because the three-dimensional shape dictates protein’s function. o D. Since proteins do not fold, this is unlikely to occur. o E. It depends on the size of the protein because only large proteins fold into three- dimensional shapes for functionality. 4.________ is the product of transcription, and ________ is the product of translation.o A. A gene; a proteinB. A protein; mRNAC. mRNA; a proteinD. A protein; a geneE. RNA polymerase; ribosome o o o o 5.A gene has a sequence of ATCGATTG. What is the sequence of the complementary RNA?o o o o o 6.What controls the timing of gene expression?o o o o o 7.________ on mRNA interact with ________ on tRNA to allow the ________ to connect amino acids in the correct order during translation.o o o o o 8.How do the redundant properties of the genetic code protect humans from some mutations?o A. Some mutations will not change the amino acid coded by the anticodon of the mRNA.B. Some mutations will not change the tRNA anticodon.C. Some mutations will not change the amino acid code by the mRNA codon.D. Different side chains on amino acids will not affect protein folding.E. tRNA anticodons will only be altered and the resulting protein will remain unchanged. o o o o 9.Why is recombinant protein production in the milk of transgenic animals an efficient strategy?o o o o
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