Given the following parent strand sequence, what would thedaughter strand sequence look like? Note the given orientations ofthe strands..5
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Consider mutation was to occur in the given strand: 5'ATGCATATTTGCCA3'; what would the mRNA sequence and the peptide sequence look like.
During transcription in eukaryotes, a type of RNA polymerase called RNA polymerase II moves along the template strand of the DNA in the 3'â5' direction. However, for any given gene, either strand of the double-stranded DNA may function as the template strand. Which of the following initially determines which DNA strand is the template strand, and therefore in which direction RNA polymerase II moves along the DNA?
A. the location of specific proteins (transcription factors) that bind to the DNA
B. the specific sequence of bases along the DNA strands
C. the location along the chromosome where the double-stranded DNA unwinds
D. the position of the geneâs promoter on the chromosome
E. which of the two strands of DNA carries the RNA primer
For the following question, consider this strand in a DNA doublehelix with the nucleotide sequence:
a. What is the sequence of the complementary DNA strand? Youranswer should be in capital letters.
b. How many pyrimidines are in the given sequence?
c. (Multiple choice) What other components are also part of aDNA double strand molecule but are NOT indicated in thisstrand?
i) Deoxyribose and phosphate groups
ii) Ribose and phosphate groups