A.) Initiation of tRNA processingB.) Adding cap at this 5' endC.) Transport of tRNA from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.D.) Interaction of tRNA with mRNA.E.) Insertion of amino acid into TRNA.* 31. The following statement(s) is/are true about tRNA synthetase EXCEPT:A.) Their number is more than 2 in a cellB.) Each tRNA synthetase attaches to a specific amino acidC.) Belong to protein classD.) Synthesis is catalyzed by RNA polymerase.E.) Present both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.32. RNA polymerase moves along the template strand of DNA is theend of the growing transcript._direction anadds nucleotides to theA.) 3' to 5', 5'B.) 3' to 5', 3'C.) 5' to 3', 5'D.) 5' to 3', 3'33. What are the coding segments of a stretch eukaryotic DNA called?A.) IntronsB.) ExonsC.) CodonsD.) RepliconsE.) Transposons34. During splicing, which molecular component of the spliceosome catalyzes the excisionreaction?A.) RNAB.) DNAC.) ProteinD.) LipidE.) Sugar

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A.) Initiation of tRNA processing
B.) Adding cap at this 5' end
C.) Transport of tRNA from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
D.) Interaction of tRNA with mRNA.
E.) Insertion of amino acid into TRNA.
* 31. The following statement(s) is/are true about tRNA synthetase EXCEPT:
A.) Their number is more than 2 in a cell
B.) Each tRNA synthetase attaches to a specific amino acid
C.) Belong to protein class
D.) Synthesis is catalyzed by RNA polymerase.
E.) Present both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
32. RNA polymerase moves along the template strand of DNA is the
end of the growing transcript.
_direction an
adds nucleotides to the
A.) 3' to 5', 5'
B.) 3' to 5', 3'
C.) 5' to 3', 5'
D.) 5' to 3', 3'
33. What are the coding segments of a stretch eukaryotic DNA called?
A.) Introns
B.) Exons
C.) Codons
D.) Replicons
E.) Transposons
34. During splicing, which molecular component of the spliceosome catalyzes the excision
reaction?
A.) RNA
B.) DNA
C.) Protein
D.) Lipid
E.) Sugar
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A.) Initiation of tRNA processing B.) Adding cap at this 5' end C.) Transport of tRNA from the nucleus to the cytoplasm. D.) Interaction of tRNA with mRNA. E.) Insertion of amino acid into TRNA. * 31. The following statement(s) is/are true about tRNA synthetase EXCEPT: A.) Their number is more than 2 in a cell B.) Each tRNA synthetase attaches to a specific amino acid C.) Belong to protein class D.) Synthesis is catalyzed by RNA polymerase. E.) Present both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. 32. RNA polymerase moves along the template strand of DNA is the end of the growing transcript. _direction an adds nucleotides to the A.) 3' to 5', 5' B.) 3' to 5', 3' C.) 5' to 3', 5' D.) 5' to 3', 3' 33. What are the coding segments of a stretch eukaryotic DNA called? A.) Introns B.) Exons C.) Codons D.) Replicons E.) Transposons 34. During splicing, which molecular component of the spliceosome catalyzes the excision reaction? A.) RNA B.) DNA C.) Protein D.) Lipid E.) Sugar

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