5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are the two Nucleic Acids?
- What are three parts of RNA?
- What is Substitution?
- How many anti-codons can be in a codon?
- Who was Johann Miescher?
- a DNA and RNA
- b A Swiss physician who identified DNA; thought it was a simple molecule containing only four parts
- c 1) Single Stranded
2) Nucleic Acids - building blocks for nucleotides
3) Bases - Guanine, Adenine, Cytosine, Uracil
- d Only one
- e When one base is substituted for another
5 Multiple choice questions
- Because like a zipper being held together by the teeth, the two chains of nucleotides are held together by nitrogenous bases
- Twisting of the DNA - flipped or switched around
- Deletion, Insertion and Substitution
- mRNA because you translate codes to produce a protein and you transcribe codes for mRNA
- DNA has thymine but RNA doesn't; while RNA has uracil but DNA doesn't
5 True/False questions
What is the end product of transcription? → The process of making RNA from DNA
What does Ribosomal RNA do? → Combines with proteins to make ribosomes
What does DNA stand for? → Brings amino acids to the ribosome - the site of protein synthesis
What are three ways in which the structure of RNA differs from the structure of DNA? → Because like a zipper being held together by the teeth, the two chains of nucleotides are held together by nitrogenous bases
What is replication? → The production of a new copy of an organism's genetic information which is passed on to a new cell