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The process of making new copies of DNA is called
a) Transcription
b) DNA replication
c) Translation
d) Mutation

The process of reading one DNA strand to make an RNA is called
a) Transcription
b) DNA replication
c) Translation
d) Mutation

What is the job of RNA?
a) To create proteins
b) To carry some of the information contained in DNA
c) Neither A or B is correct
d) Both A and A are correct

RNA has the nitrogen base uracil instead of
a) adenine
b) guanine
c) cytosine
d) thymine

The end result of DNA replication is
a) 4 new strands of DNA
b) 2 new strands of DNA
c) 1 new strand of DNA
d) None of the above are correct

The end result of transcription is
a) a new strand of DNA
b) a protein molecule
c) one amino acid
d) two new strands of DNA

In translation, a protein is made from the base pairs that make up
a) DNA
b) chromosomes
c) RNA
d) a protein

Amino acids join together to create
a) carbohydrates
b) lipids
c) nucleic acids
d) proteins

The adenine from a strand of DNA will pair with what molecule of RNA?
a) Guanine
b) Uracil
c) Thymine
d) Cytosine

What will the new RNA strand look like if the DNA strand reads ATTACG?

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