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that it has the same orientation as the leading strand template; the looping DNA repeatedly growsand shortens during lagging strand replication. This model is often referred to as the _________.a) telescope modelb) extension model
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Answer: Difficulty: EasyLearning Objective: LO 13.3 Describe the interactions of DNA polymerases I and III, DNA helicase, and the SSBs at the replication fork. Section Reference: Section 13.3 The Machinery Operating at the Replication Fork 40) Which DNA polymerase in bacteria is mostly involved in DNA repair to correct damaged DNA sections and removes RNA primers at the 5' ends of Okazaki fragments, replacing them with DNA?
Answer:Difficulty: EasyLearning Objective: LO 13.4 List the various functions of DNA polymerases. Section Reference:Section 13.4 The Structure and Functions of DNA Polymerases41) Which DNA polymerase in bacteria synthesizes DNA strands during replication and forms part of a complex that serves as a large replication machine?
Answer: Difficulty: EasyLearning Objective: LO 13.4 List the various functions of DNA polymerases. Section Reference:Section 13.4 The Structure and Functions of DNA Polymerases
42) What is the name of the noncatalytic component of the DNA polymerase III holoenzyme thatkeeps the polymerase associated with the DNA template?
Difficulty: EasyLearning Objective: LO 13.4 List the various functions of DNA polymerases. Section Reference:Section 13.4 The Structure and Functions of DNA Polymerases43) The DNA polymerase on the leading strand template _____________.1) stays tethered to a single clamp during replication2) switches from clamp to clamp during replication3) cycles to a new clamp that has been assembled at an RNA primer-DNA template junction closer to the replication fork.4) cycles to a new clamp that has been assembled at an RNA primer-DNA template junction farther from the replication fork.a) 1b) 2c) 3d) 4e) 2 and 3
Answer: Difficulty: EasyLearning Objective: LO 13.4 List the various functions of DNA polymerases. Section Reference:Section 13.4 The Structure and Functions of DNA Polymerases44) The assembly of the clamp around the DNA requires a multisubunit _______ that is also part of the ________; part of this structure opens the ______ so that it can fit around the DNA.
AnswerDifficulty: MediumLearning Objective: LO 13.4 List the various functions of DNA polymerases. Section Reference:Section 13.4 The Structure and Functions of DNA Polymerases

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