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Used in the process of transcription
a) DNA
b) RNA
c) Both

Can leave the nucleus
a) DNA
b) RNA
c) Both

During translation, a complementary strand of RNA is made for an original DNA strand. Thus, if a portion of the original strand is CCTAGCT, then the RNA strand will be:

Which part (stage) of the protein synthesis process forms mRNA ?
a) Transcription
b) Translation
c) Base pairing
d) Amino Acids

Where would transcription take place in the cell?
a) ribosome
b) nucleus
c) cytoplasm
d) none of these

The second part (stage) of the protein synthesis process is when mRNA is used to actually assemble a protein. What is the name of this part (stage) of protein synthesis?
a) transcription
b) translation
c) base pairing
d) amino acids

What would be the first step of protein synthesis?
a) DNA unzips in the nucleus
b) DNA is copied to mRNA in the nucleus
c) mRNA travels to the ribosome
d) amino acids are linked together by poly peptide bonds.

What is the relationship between DNA, genes and protein?
a) Proteins are a type of DNA and genes are a portion of your DNA.
b) Genes are a section of DNA that codes for a protein.
c) DNA, genes and proteins are in the nucleus.
d) There is no relationship between DNA, genes, and proteins

Gene mutations can…
a) be helpful
b) be harmful
c) have no effect
d) all of these

What is the most likely effect of a point mutation on a protein?
a) All amino acids after the mutation are changed.
b) One amino acid is changed
c) All amino acids are changed
d) No effect

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