4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- The insertion of an incorrect nitrogenous base during DNA replication that is not detected and corrected.
- A form of programmed cell death that generally benefits the organism.
- A pair of complementary nitrogenous bases that have formed hydrogen bonds with each other.
3 True/False Questions
DNA polymerase → The sequence, or order, in which the nitrogenous bases adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T) are arranged in a gene or a DNA fragment, or in an organism's genome.
DNA replication → The duplication, or copying, of a DNA molecule. DNA replication begins when the hydrogen bonds connecting the two strands of DNA are broken, causing the strands to unwind and separate. Each strand is then used as a template for the construction of a new strand of DNA.
mutagen → A form of programmed cell death that generally benefits the organism.