The Cell Lecture 6

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1. What are the three phases of transcription?

  • initiation, ribosomal interaction + termination
  • initiation, elongation + termination
  • initiation, elongation + translation
  • transfer, elongation + translation
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2. What is termination?

  • special DNA sequences + protein helpers terminate
  • special RNA sequences + protein helpers terminate
  • RNA polymerase recognises + binds to promoter sequence on DNA
  • RNA polymerase elongates nascent RNA in 5'-3' direction, antiparallel to template DNA

3. What happens during elongation?

  • special DNA sequences + protein helpers terminate
  • DNA polymerase elongates nascent DNA in 5'-3' direction, antiparallel to template RNA
  • RNA polymerase elongates nascent RNA in 5'-3' direction, antiparallel to template DNA
  • RNA polymerase recognises + binds to promoter sequence on DNA

4. What is the primary transcript called?

  • post-mRNA
  • tRNA
  • pre-mRNA
  • mRNA

5. What happens during initiation?

  • RNA polymerase elongates nascent RNA in 5'-3' direction
  • RNA polymerase recognises + binds to promotor sequence on DNA
  • DNA polymerase recognises + binds to promotor sequence on RNA
  • special DNA sequences + protein helpers terminate

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