Question

For the ovalbumin gene shown in Figure 14.3, where would the 5′ untranslated region and 3′ untranslated regions be located in the DNA and in the RNA?

Ovalbumin gene
Exons
Cytochrome b gene Exons
23
DNA
DNA
Introns
Introns
Transcription
Transcription
DNA is transcribed into
RNA, and introns are
removed by RNA splicing
1 234567 8
23
MRNA 5
MRNA 5
3'
14.3 The coding sequences of many eukaryotic genes are disrupted by
noncoding introns.
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Ovalbumin gene Exons Cytochrome b gene Exons 23 DNA DNA Introns Introns Transcription Transcription DNA is transcribed into RNA, and introns are removed by RNA splicing 1 234567 8 23 MRNA 5 MRNA 5 3' 14.3 The coding sequences of many eukaryotic genes are disrupted by noncoding introns. min min

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