11th Hour: Introduction to Molecular Biology
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11th Hour CHAPTER 2 From DNA to RNA The Process of Transcription
11th Hour CHAPTER 3 Front Messenger RNA to Protein The Process of Translation
11th Hour CHAPTER 4 Mutations
11th Hour Midterm Exam
11th Hour CHAPTER 5 Regulation of Gene Expression in Bacteria
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3-galactosidase absence of lactose activity adenine amino acid antibiotic base pairs bind cDNA cell types cell-specific Chapter Test chromosomal cloning coli complementary contain copy cytosine dATP dCTP deletion denature DNA double helix DNA fragments DNA replication DNA sequence DNA strand DNA template double helix EcoRI eukaryotic eukaryotic genes eukaryotic RNA Exon Figure following statements foreign DNA frameshift mutations gene expression genetic code genetic material genome glucose guanine helices host cell hybrid incorrect initiator insertion introns isolated lac genes lac operon lacI repressor protein lacO lacſ lactose Multiple Choice noncoding nucleotide nucleotide bases nucleotide sequence occur phage piece of DNA plasmid produced promoter sequences protein synthesis reading frame recombinant DNA regulatory regions restriction enzyme resulting ribosomal subunit ribosome RNA polymerase RNA primers round of replication rRNA specific stop codon thymine Topic Test transcribed transcription factors translation tRNA tRNA molecule True/False tryptophan vector wild-type