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Where in the cell does transcription occur? A. cytoplasm B. nucleus C. endoplasmic reticulum D. Golgi apparatus
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Transcription occurs in the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.
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Like DNA, RNA contains A. phosphate. B. uracil. C. thymine. D. deoxyribose.
Weegy: Like DNA, RNA contains phosphate. User: Given the mRNA sequence GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU, what would be the portion of the protein molecule coded for by the mRNA sequence above? A. gly-ala-pro-ile B. pro-arg-gly C. pro-arg-gly-ile D. gly-ala-gly-ile Weegy: C. pro-arg-gly-ile (More)
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Given the mRNA sequence GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU, the portion of the protein molecule coded for would be: gly-ala-pro-ile.
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Given the mRNA sequence GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU, what was the sequence of DNA that this strand of mRNA was created from? A. GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU B. CCA-CGA-GGA-TAA C. CCA-CGA-GGA-UAA D. AAC-AUC-UUC-GCC
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Given the mRNA sequence GGU-GCU-CCU-AUU, the sequence of DNA that this strand of mRNA was created from is: CCA-CGA-GGA-TAA.
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Which process involving DNA creates a DNA pattern or "fingerprint" unique to an individual person? A. DNA polymerase B. PCR C. gel electrophoresis D. bacterial plasmid cloning
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Gel electrophoresis creates a DNA pattern or "fingerprint" unique to an individual person.
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In addition to their circular chromosome bacteria also have smaller rings of DNA called A. RNA. B. genes. C. cells. D. plasmids.
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In addition to their circular chromosome bacteria also have smaller rings of DNA called plasmids.
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