3 5 d What is the protein that would be

3 5 d what is the protein that would be

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3'-GGACGUCGGCGUCGACAGUCAAGGGAGAAACGCCAAGUA-5' d. What is the protein that would be translated from the normal mRNA sequence? N-met-asn-ala-lys-arg-glu-leu-thr-ala-C e. What is the protein that would be translated from the mutant mRNA sequence? N-met-asn-ala-lys-arg-glu-leu-thr-ala-C f. What type of mutation is this? Do you suspect that it would have much influence on protein structure? Provide reasoning to back your claim. silent mutation; it did not influence the structure because the same polypeptides were formed 3. Answer the following questions to detail the process of DNA replication: a. In which direction is DNA read during replication? 3'-5' b. In which direction is DNA synthesized during replication?5'-3' c. Explain the difference between the leading and lagging strands. How might you tell them apart in a picture? the leading strand is the daughter strand and the lagging strand is the template strand; they run in different directions
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d. Why are RNA primers involved in DNA synthesis?to attach new DNA nucleotides to an existing strand of nucleotides. e. What does it mean when we say that DNA replication is semiconservative? one strand is conserved in each molecule f. What is the function of: i. Topoisomerase? overwind or underwind DNA ii. Helicase? bind nucleic acid complexes iii. Ligase? brings ligation of DNA iv. Primase? synthesizes primers v. Single-stranded binding proteins? replication
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