Assume that a mutation occurs in the gene that encodes each of the following RNA polymerases. Match the mutation with its possible effects by placing the correct letter or letters in the blanks below. There may be more than one effect for each mutated polymerase. A mutation in the gene that codes for Effects RNA polymerase I _______ RNA polymerase II _______ RNA polymerase III _______ Possibleeffects a. tRNA is not synthesized b. Some ribosomal RNA is not synthesized c. Ribosomal RNA is not processed d. pre-mRNA is not processed e. Some mRNA molecules are not degraded f. pre-mRNA is not synthesized

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Assume that a mutation occurs in the gene that encodes each of the
following RNA polymerases. Match the mutation with its possible
effects by placing the correct letter or letters in the blanks below. There
may be more than one effect for each mutated polymerase.
A mutation in the gene that codes for Effects
RNA polymerase I _______
RNA polymerase II _______
RNA polymerase III _______
Possibleeffects
a. tRNA is not synthesized
b. Some ribosomal RNA is not synthesized
c. Ribosomal RNA is not processed
d. pre-mRNA is not processed
e. Some mRNA molecules are not degraded
f. pre-mRNA is not synthesized

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