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What happens during transcription? A. The transcription process stops. B. RNA polymerase is guided to the correct place. C. mRNA is produced from the DNA. D. DNA is produced from the mRNA.
mRNA is produced from the DNA during transcription.
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Updated 3/26/2016 7:02:37 PM
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Which best describes the flow of genetic information? A. Protein to DNA to RNA B. RNA to DNA to protein C. DNA to RNA to protein D. Protein to RNA to DNA
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DNA to RNA to protein best describes the flow of genetic information.
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Which best describes the order of actions by RNA polymerase? A. Makes mRNA from DNA, detaches, binds to DNA B. Makes mRNA from DNA, binds to DNA, detaches C. Binds to DNA, detaches, makes mRNA from DNA D. Binds to DNA, makes mRNA from DNA, detaches
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Binds to DNA, makes mRNA from DNA, detaches -best describes the order of actions by RNA polymerase.
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What is the purpose of transcription? A. To link amino acids together to form new strands of DNA B. To produce nucleic acids from amino acids C. To move genetic information into the nucleus D. To make mRNA, because mRNA can move out of the nucleus
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Updated 128 days ago|6/18/2020 8:20:54 AM
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The purpose of transcription is to make mRNA, because mRNA can move out of the nucleus.
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Which strand of mRNA would be made during transcription using the DNA strand shown below? CGA TCT A. GCU AGA B. GCA UGT C. GCT AGU D. GCU UGU
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The strand of mRNA that would be made during transcription using the DNA strand CGA TCT is: GCU AGA.
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