5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are three ways in which the structure of RNA differs from the structure of DNA?
- What is a Nonsense mutation?
- In order to carry out its job, DNA must?
- What is Substitution?
- How is DNA different from RNA?
- a 1) RNA is single stranded while DNA has a double helix
2) RNA has uracil while DNA has thymine
3) RNA has a ribose base while DNA has a deoxyribose base
- b 1) replicate itself
2) be durable; strong structure
3) carry information to code for proteins
4) contain organic substances
- c DNA has thymine but RNA doesn't; while RNA has uracil but DNA doesn't
- d When one base is substituted for another
- e When a substitution changes the amino acid to a stop codon
5 Multiple choice questions
- Twisting of the DNA - flipped or switched around
- 1) a phosphate
2) a deoxyribose sugar
3) Nitrogen bases (Adonine, Guanine, Cytosine & Thymine)
- Because like a zipper being held together by the teeth, the two chains of nucleotides are held together by nitrogenous bases
- A Swiss physician who identified DNA; thought it was a simple molecule containing only four parts
- The process of making RNA from DNA
5 True/False questions
How many anti-codons can be in a codon? → Only one
What is replication? → The production of a new copy of an organism's genetic information which is passed on to a new cell
Define Nitrogenous Base? → Adonine, Guanine, Cytosine and Thymine
Where does translation take place? → In the ribosomes in the cytoplasm
How many types of amino acids are there? → Only one