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Question number: 138

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When comparing the structure of bacterial and eukaryotic DNA, it is observed that

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a.

Bacterial and eukaryotic DNA are identical in structure

b.

Bacterial DNA is interpreted with a different genetic code than eukaryotes

c.

Bacterial DNA is thinner and less complex

d.

Bacterial DNA contains uracil instead of thymidine

e.

Bacterial DNA is constructed with ribose rather than deoxyribose

Question number: 139

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Polymerase Chain Reaction technique was invented by:

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a.

Kohler

b.

Altman

c.

Kary Mullis

d.

Milstein

e.

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Question number: 140

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Which of the following types of RNA acts as machinery for synthesis of proteins?

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a.

tRNA

b.

mRNA

c.

rRNA

d.

All of the above

e.

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Question number: 141

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Newly synthesized DNA contains

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a.

Only one strand

b.

Both old strands

c.

One new strand and one old strand

d.

Both new strands

e.

None of the above

Question number: 142

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If a nucleic acid were found in a cell with a long terminal repetitive sequence of adenines, it would probably be

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a.

rDNA with the repetitive sequence representing the last exon

b.

Synthetic and inserted by researchers

c.

cDNA

d.

A waste product of posttranscriptional modification

e.

mRNA

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