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by: Lillian Scott

Study guide biology 1305

Lillian Scott
General Biology
Apodaca, Jennifer

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General Biology
Apodaca, Jennifer
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lillian Scott on Tuesday November 24, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to biology 1305 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Apodaca, Jennifer in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see General Biology in Biological Sciences at University of Texas at El Paso.


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Date Created: 11/24/15
1 Write out the first five amino acids that would be translated from the molecule above 2 List the anticodons that would be present for each of the codons Codon table is provided in this exam 3 Suppose a onebasepair deletion is affecting the fourth nucleotide What type of an effect would this deletion have Write out the first five amino acids that would be translated from the molecule Refer to the diagram below illustrating the chemical structure of DNA answer questions 46 4 Which label corresponds to a phosphate group What is its purpose 5 Which label corresponds to a deoxyribose sugar What two molecules are connected to the sugar molecule 6 Which label corresponds to a 3 end What is the free group on the 3 carbon of its terminal deoxyribose Refer to the diagram below of a tRNA molecule to answer questions 79 7 What is the location of the anticodon site of this tRNA molecule 8 What is the location of the amino acid attachment site of this tRNA molecule 9 What codon would bind to this tRNA Show orientation Refer to the diagram of an origin of replication found in the yeast S cerevisiae to answer questions 10 amp11 10 What are sequences of the templates for lagging strand synthesis for replication forks 1 amp2 don39t forget to include the orientation of the sequence 11 What are sequences of the templates for lagging strand synthesis for replication forks 1 amp2 don39t forget to include the orientation of the sequence Refer to the diagram of a ribosomal translation tp answer questions 1214 12 What part of translation is shown in the figure What is structure or molecule is represented by X 13 What would likely happen if there were insufficient supply of substance X in the cell Refer to the diagram below showing the initiation of transcription in eukaryotes to answer questions 1416 14 What can you conclude from the diagram about the binding of transcription factors 15 Which transcription factors binds directly to DNA 16 What is the regulatory sequence of the DNA and what is it called


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