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From DNA to Protein

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  1. From DNA to Protein Clicker Review

  2. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 1. For which of the following is DNA responsible? A. directing RNA to make lipids B. directing RNA to produce glucose C. encoding information for making proteins D. encoding information for changing the genetic code

  3. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 1. For which of the following is DNA responsible? A. directing RNA to make lipids B. directing RNA to produce glucose C. encoding information for making proteins D. encoding information for changing the genetic code

  4. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 2. Where is RNA found? A. only in proteins B. only in the nucleus C. only in the cytoplasm D. in the nucleus and cytoplasm

  5. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 2. Where is RNA found? A. only in proteins B. only in the nucleus C. only in the cytoplasm D. in the nucleus and cytoplasm

  6. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 3. What is the basic unit of DNA called? A. sugar B. nucleotide C. phosphate D. nucleic acid

  7. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 3. What is the basic unit of DNA called? A. sugar B. nucleotide C. phosphate D. nucleic acid

  8. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 4. Which of the following nucleic acids is involved in translation? A. DNA only B. mRNA only C. DNA and mRNA D. mRNA and tRNA

  9. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 4. Which of the following nucleic acids is involved in translation? A. DNA only B. mRNA only C. DNA and mRNA D. mRNA and tRNA

  10. Multiple Choice 5. Find the approximate percentage of Adenine for Humans in the following chart? A. 20% B. 30% C. 28% D. 22%

  11. Multiple Choice 5. Find the approximate percentage of Adenine for Humans in the following chart? A. 20% B. 30% C. 28% D. 22%

  12. Slap Game • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  13. What is made during transcription? • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  14. What is made during transcription? • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  15. This enzyme breaks the hydrogen bonds between DNA bases • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  16. This enzyme breaks the hydrogen bonds between DNA bases • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  17. This mutation is a change in a single base pair • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  18. This mutation is a change in a single base pair • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  19. The base “Cytosine” is complementary to this base • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  20. The base “Cytosine” is complementary to this base • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  21. Multiple Choice 6. Find the approximate percentage of Guanine for S. lutea in the following chart? A. 14% B. 30% C. 28% D. 36%

  22. Multiple Choice 6. Find the approximate percentage of Guanine for S. lutea in the following chart? A. 14% B. 30% C. 28% D. 36%

  23. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 7. What enzyme, that’s part of DNA polymerase, is responsible for separating the DNA during replication? A. Amylase B. RNA Polymerase C. Helicase D. Sepratase

  24. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 7. What enzyme, that’s part of DNA polymerase, is responsible for separating the DNA during replication? A. Amylase B. RNA Polymerase C. Helicase D. Sepratase

  25. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 8. Which base is complementary to Guanine? A. Cytosine B. Adenine C. Thymine D. Uracil

  26. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 8. Which base is complementary to Guanine? A. Cytosine B. Adenine C. Thymine D. Uracil

  27. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 9. What RNA sequence is complementary to the following TACGGATCG? A. TACGGATCG B. UACGGAUCG C. AUGCCUAGC D. ATGCCTAGC

  28. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 9. What RNA sequence is complementary to the following TACGGATCG? A. TACGGATCG B. UACGGAUCG C. AUGCCUAGC D. ATGCCTAGC

  29. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 10. The sequence called the Anticodon is found on which of the following? A. mRNA B. tRNA C. Codon D. Ribosme

  30. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 10. The sequence called the Anticodon is found on which of the following? A. mRNA B. tRNA C. Codon D. Ribosme

  31. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 11. Which is not found in RNA? A. Ribose B. Phosphate C. Guanine D. Deoxyribose

  32. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 11. Which is not found in RNA? A. Ribose B. Phosphate C. Guanine D. Deoxyribose

  33. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 12. Which of the following is attached to Amino Acids? A. mRNA B. tRNA C. Codon D. Ribosme

  34. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 12. Which of the following is attached to Amino Acids? A. mRNA B. tRNA C. Codon D. Ribosme

  35. Slap Game • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  36. This molecule is “Double stranded” • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  37. This molecule is “Double stranded” • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  38. This 3 letter sequence is found on the tRNA • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  39. This 3 letter sequence is found on the tRNA • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  40. These are the monomers that make up the proteins • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  41. These are the monomers that make up the proteins • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  42. This type of mutation does not change any amino acids • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  43. This type of mutation does not change any amino acids • RNA • DNA • Helicase • Codon • Transcription • Insertion • Translation • Anticodon • DNA Polymerase • Adenine • mRNA • Guanine • Amino acids • Replication • Mutation • Silent • Substitution • Protein

  44. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 13. What is produced during translation? A. DNA B. mRNA C. tRNA D. Proteins

  45. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 13. What is produced during translation? A. DNA B. mRNA C. tRNA D. Proteins

  46. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 14. Which mutation is commonlythe most severe? A. Substitution B. Insertion C. Function D. Duplication

  47. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 14. Which mutation is the commonly the most severe? A. Substitution B. Insertion C. Function D. Duplication

  48. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 15. The enzyme that replicates (makes copies of) DNA is? A. Deoxerox B. DNA Replicase C. RNA Polymerase D. DNA Polymerase

  49. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 15. The enzyme that replicates (makes copies of) DNA is? A. Deoxerox B. DNA Replicase C. RNA Polymerase D. DNA Polymerase

  50. Chapter 10 Multiple Choice 16. Which of the following is true of RNA? A. Its sugar is Deoxyribose B. Its single-stranded C. It contains thymine D. It is found only in the nucleus