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The two strands of a DNA molecule are connected by:
Hydrogen bonds between the bases of one strand and the bases of the second strand
All of the following combinations of nucleotides are examples of a normal-base pairing except:
a. A (DNA) to T (DNA)
b. G (DNA) to C (DNA)
c. T (RNA) to A (DNA)
d. C (RNA) to G (DNA)
e. U (RNA) to T (DNA)
c. T (RNA) to A (DNA)
Which is not a nucleotide in DNA?
a. adenine
b. guanine
c. uracil
d. thymine
e. cytosine
c. uracil
What are the base-pairing rules for DNA?
a. A-G, T-C
b. A-C, T-G
c. A-U, C-G
d. A-T, G-C
d. A-T, G-C
A DNA stand having the sequence C-G-A-T-T-G would be complementary to the sequence:
a. C-G-A-T-T-G
b. G-C-T-A-A-G
c. T-A-G-C-C-T
d. G-C-T-A-A-C
d. G-C-T-A-A-C
When DNA replication begins,
a. two DNA strands unwind from each other
b. two DNA strands condense for base transfers
c. two DNA molecules bond
d. old strands move to find new strands
a. two DNA strands unwind from each other
DNA replication requires
a. free nucleotides
b. new hydrogen bonds
c. many enzymes
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
DNA Polymerase
a. two nucleotide strands that are twisted together
b. A with T, G with C
c. hereditary material duplicated
d. replication enzyme
d. replication enzyme
Constancy in base pairing:
a. two nucleotide strands that are twisted together
b. A with T, G with C
c. hereditary material duplicated
d. replication enzyme
b. A with T, G with C
Replication
a. two nucleotide strands that are twisted together
b. A with T, G with C
c. hereditary material duplicated
d. replication enzyme
c. hereditary material duplicated
DNA double helix:
a. two nucleotide strands that are twisted together
b. A with T, G with C
c. hereditary material duplicated
d. replication enzyme
a. two nucleotide strands that are twisted together