How does a nucleotide differ from a nucleoside A Nucleosides are found in DNA

How does a nucleotide differ from a nucleoside a

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22) How does a nucleotide differ from a nucleoside? A)Nucleosides are found in DNA, whereas nucleotides are found in RNA. B)Purines are only found in nucleotides. C)Nucleosides contain only deoxyribose sugars. D)A nucleotide is a nucleoside with a phosphate ester linked to the sugar. E)None of the answers is correct. Ans: D Section: 4.1 23) What is the nucleotide sequence on the DNA template strand that yields the CUA codon for leucine? B Section: 4.5
24) Although the right-handed double helix is the most well-known DNA structure, DNA can also form D Section: 4.2 25) The technique(s) used by Franklin and Wilkins to deduce the structure of DNA was CSection: 4.2 126) The feature(s) of DNA deduced by Watson and Crick included A)two antiparallel polynucleotide chains coiled in a helix around a common axis. B)the pyrimidine and purine bases lie on the inside of the helix. C)the bases are nearly perpendicular to the axis. D)All of the answers are correct. E)None of the answers is correct. Ans: D Section: 4.227) The chemical forces that contribute to the stability of the DNA due to the base stacking present in the DNA helix are
B Section: 4.2 28) What is the approximate error rate in DNA replication? 8 5 A Section: 4.4 29) What are the common promoter regions found in bacterial genes? E Section: 4.5 30) Which of the following is correct concerning the adaptor molecule tRNA? A)tRNA contains an anticodon sequence that serves as the template recognition site. B)The amino acid is attached to the 5' end of tRNA.C)tRNA contains a poly A tail at the 3' end. D)tRNA is the largest RNA in the cell.E)tRNA serves as the gene in some viruses.Ans: A Section: 4.5 and Table 4.3

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