Survey of Biochemistry
Survey of Biochemistry CHEM 3511
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Chapter 24 DNA Replication Repair and Re C 0 m b Il omit repair and recombination Matching Or Fill In Choose the correct answer from the list Not all the answers will be used l Enzymes that undergo many rounds of catalysis before dissociating from the substrate are described as A SSB B Tus 2 The section of RNA to which DNA residues are C prlmosome added during replication is the D ARS E ATS 3 omit red questions The process whereby F prlmer nucleotides are removed from the 5 end of one DNA 3 trafgosorllsf segment and nucleotides are added to the 3 end of me fans a Ion I photolyase the 1mmed1ately preced1ng DNA segment 1s called J process1ve 739 K Rloops L T l 4 Singlestranded DNA associates with OOPS proteins which prevent the separated DNA strands from reannealing at the replication fork 5 E coli primer synthesis is catalyzed by the 6 Termination of replication in E coli involves the binding of the protein at a Ter site 7 In yeast replication begins at sequences known as 8 G rich polynucleotides can form Gquartets resulting in the formation of 9 Direct reversal of pyrimidine dimers in prokaryotic cells is accomplished by the enzyme DNA 10 Genes can be moved by Fill In Questions 11 In replicating circular DNA the bubble or eye shapes that are observed are called structures 12 P01 I synthesizes new DNA with very high fidelity due in part to its capabilities 100
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