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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- core enzyme
- Group I Intron
- sigma factor
- a a eukaryotic DNA sequence located some distance from the transcription start site, where an activator of trancription may bind
- b a component of the bacterial RNA polymerase holoenzme that recognizes a gene's promoter and is released once chain initiation has occured
- c an intron in an rRNA molecule whose self-splicing reaction requires a guanine nucleotide and generates a cyclized intron product.
- d a multi-protein complex which assembles at enhancer sequences that recruits RNA pol II to promoter to activate transcription,
- e enzymes that are not regulated
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- bind to their target DNA sites in the vicinity of a PIC, they somehow activate or repress its component RNAP II to initiate trancription.
- RNA polymerase 1: synthesizes most rRNA- resides in the nucleus
- one of a set of eukaryotic proteins that are required for the synthesis of all mRNAs
- RNA-Induced silencing complex
- short interfering RNA causing degradation of mRNA
5 True/False Questions
mRNA → short interfering RNA causing degradation of mRNA
nascent → histone Lys side chains are acetylated in a sequence-specific manner by this enzyme ____. employs acetyl-CoA as their acetyl group donor. largest subunit of the general transcription factor TFIID- oftentimes share subunits.
eIF1 → eukaryotic inititation factor 1
operon → a prokaryotic genetic unit that consists of several genes with related functions that are transcribed as a single mRNA molecule
RRF → ribosome recycling factor