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sigma factor in prokaroyoes
bind to RNA polymerase
region of DNA in prokaryotes that encodes a single protein
cistron (polycistronic mRNA in bacteria)
what happens to eukaryotic mRNA in nucleus
5' cap is added (methylated GTP)
poly A tail is added to 3' end
introns are removed and exons spliced to together
what does does RNA polymerase I II and III make in humans
1- rRNA
II- mRNA
III- tRNA
what does bacterial polymerase III do in bacteria
replicates both strands, has proofreading ability, has 3' exonuclease ability to remove wrong nuceoltides
what does bacterial ligase do
joins okazaki fragments of lagging strand
what does bacterial primase do
RNA polymerase that copies parenteral strand and makes RNA primer
what is the major DNA polymerase in humans
delta...produces leadign strand
what polymerase in humans creates lagging strand
alpha...also has primase activity!
what is the mitochondrial DNA polymerase
gamma