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. A given segment of the DNA molecule, which contains the molecular coding for a specific protein to be synthesised, is referred to as a _______

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret and complete the following statement.

‘A given segment of the dna molecule, which contains the molecular coding for a specific protein to be synthesized, is referred to as a −‘.

Concept Introduction:

Polynucleic acid such as DNA or RNA produced from polymerization of these nucleotide joined to each other. The nitrogenous bases may be adenine, guanine, cytosine or thymine.

Nucleotide is made of nitrogenous base attached with pentose sugar along with phosphoric acid which get esterified while nucleoside only contains nitrogenous base attached with pentose sugar.

Explanation

The conversion of DNA to DNA takes place through replication in which double stranded dna gets unwind through ORI and produces new dna.

Now, the dna get converted to rna through the process of transcription such as new formed rna contains uracil in place of thymine...

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