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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a base triplet on the messenger RNA, which codes for an amino acid
  2. replaces T in RNA, nitrogenous base, similar to thymine, only found in RNA, base pairs like thymine (using two hydrogen bond) to adenine.
  3. (UGA, UAA, UAG) 3 codons that do not code for amino acid
  4. "soup" of the cell, inside of cell where everything is (including ribosomes)
  5. stands for RNA, named after sugar, single strand, RNA is made from DNA

5 True/False questions

  1. amino acid(or a peptide) repeating unit of a protein

          

  2. translationprocess where RNA makes protein in ribosome, one macromolecule group to another

          

  3. proteinreplaces T in RNA, nitrogenous base, similar to thymine, only found in RNA, base pairs like thymine (using two hydrogen bond) to adenine.

          

  4. ribosomewhere protein is made, in cytoplasm

          

  5. nonsense strandDNA has two polynucleotide strands, but only this side has the potential to make a RNA to make a protein