28% Á 11:48 PM B Hybrid Bonus Activity Unit 5 (1) - Read-only File Home Review Insert Draw Layout View A I B Read Only You can't save changes to this file. Save a copy Dismiss Second Base First Base Third Base C G UGU UCU serine UAU U cysteine phenylalanine tryosine UUC UCC serine UAC UGC C phenylalanine cysteine UGA tryosine UAA UCA UUA leucine A serine stop stop UUG leucine UCG UAG UGG G tryptophan serine stop CUU leucine CCU CAU histidine CGU U arginine proline CCC proline CUC leucine CAC histidine CGC C arginine C CCA CGA CUA leucine CAA A proline arginine glutamine CGG CUG CCG CAA G leucine glutamine arginine proline ACU AUU AGU AAU isoleucine threonine asparagine serine ACC threonine AUC isoleucine AAC AGC serine C asparagine ACA threonine AAA AGA AUA A isoleucine lysine arginine AUG (start) methionine ACG AAG AGG G threonine lysine arginine GCU GAU GGU GUU U valine alanine aspartate glycine GUC GCC GAC GGC C valine alanine glycine aspartate GUA GCA alanine GGA GAA A glutamate GAG glutamate valine glycine GCG alanine GUG valine GGG glycine

Question

 

Using the following coding DNA sequence:
TAC GCA CCT TTA GAT CAT AAC TTT GGA ACT
1. Write the complementary DNA sequence that would form the double helix: 

2. Write the sequence of the mRNA transcript that would be produced from transcription (use the original sequence, not the complement you just wrote): 

3. Now, using the mRNA transcript and the table, write the amino acid strand produced from translation: 

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Second Base
First
Base
Third
Base
C
G
UGU
UCU
serine
UAU
U
cysteine
phenylalanine
tryosine
UUC
UCC
serine
UAC
UGC
C
phenylalanine
cysteine
UGA
tryosine
UAA
UCA
UUA
leucine
A
serine
stop
stop
UUG
leucine
UCG
UAG
UGG
G
tryptophan
serine
stop
CUU
leucine
CCU
CAU
histidine
CGU
U
arginine
proline
CCC
proline
CUC
leucine
CAC
histidine
CGC
C
arginine
C
CCA
CGA
CUA
leucine
CAA
A
proline
arginine
glutamine
CGG
CUG
CCG
CAA
G
leucine
glutamine
arginine
proline
ACU
AUU
AGU
AAU
isoleucine
threonine
asparagine
serine
ACC
threonine
AUC
isoleucine
AAC
AGC
serine
C
asparagine
ACA
threonine
AAA
AGA
AUA
A
isoleucine
lysine
arginine
AUG (start)
methionine
ACG
AAG
AGG
G
threonine
lysine
arginine
GCU
GAU
GGU
GUU
U
valine
alanine
aspartate
glycine
GUC
GCC
GAC
GGC
C
valine
alanine
glycine
aspartate
GUA
GCA
alanine
GGA
GAA
A
glutamate
GAG
glutamate
valine
glycine
GCG
alanine
GUG
valine
GGG
glycine

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28% Á 11:48 PM B Hybrid Bonus Activity Unit 5 (1) - Read-only File Home Review Insert Draw Layout View A I B Read Only You can't save changes to this file. Save a copy Dismiss Second Base First Base Third Base C G UGU UCU serine UAU U cysteine phenylalanine tryosine UUC UCC serine UAC UGC C phenylalanine cysteine UGA tryosine UAA UCA UUA leucine A serine stop stop UUG leucine UCG UAG UGG G tryptophan serine stop CUU leucine CCU CAU histidine CGU U arginine proline CCC proline CUC leucine CAC histidine CGC C arginine C CCA CGA CUA leucine CAA A proline arginine glutamine CGG CUG CCG CAA G leucine glutamine arginine proline ACU AUU AGU AAU isoleucine threonine asparagine serine ACC threonine AUC isoleucine AAC AGC serine C asparagine ACA threonine AAA AGA AUA A isoleucine lysine arginine AUG (start) methionine ACG AAG AGG G threonine lysine arginine GCU GAU GGU GUU U valine alanine aspartate glycine GUC GCC GAC GGC C valine alanine glycine aspartate GUA GCA alanine GGA GAA A glutamate GAG glutamate valine glycine GCG alanine GUG valine GGG glycine

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