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Sci7 Kunde

Ch6 test

Each set of three bases is a code for: a specific amino acid
Nucleotides are made of: a sugar, a phosphate, and a Base
mRNA is synthesized in the: Nucleus
Proteins are synthesized in the: Ribosome
RNA is an acronym (abbreviation) for: Ribonucleic Acid
DNA is an acronym (abbreviation) for: Deoxyribonucleic Acid
The base Adenine matches with: A and B
The base found only in DNA is: Thymine
The base found found only in RNA is: Uracil
Process of making mRNA is: Transcription
Process of making protein is: Translation
The complementary strand to the DNA sequence TAGTCA is: ATCAGT
First step in making a protein is: RNA copying DNA
Mutation: A mistake in the DNA
Proteins are made up of: Amino acids
Translation occurs in the: Ribosome
Transcription occurs in the: Nucleus
The base Guanine matches with: Cytosine
Be able to write the complementary letters for DNA and mRNA :)
Created by: maplelakesped