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25-48 What is the source of circular RNA?

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Chapter 25 Solutions

Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
Ch. 25 - 25-11 Draw the structures Of (a) cytidine and (b)...Ch. 25 - 25-12 Which DNA and RNA bases are primary amines?Ch. 25 - 25-13 What is the difference in structure between...Ch. 25 - 25-14 What is the difference between a nucleoside...Ch. 25 - 25-15 RNA and DNA refer to nucleic acids. Which...Ch. 25 - 25-16 What type of bond exists between the ribose...Ch. 25 - 25-17 What type of bond exists between the two...Ch. 25 - 25-18 What type of bond connects the base to the...Ch. 25 - 25-19 In RNA, which carbons of the ribose are...Ch. 25 - 25-20 What constitutes the backbone of DNA?Ch. 25 - 25-21 Draw the structures of (a) UDP AND (b) dAMP.Ch. 25 - 25-22 In DNA, which carbon atoms of...Ch. 25 - 25-23 The sequence Of a short DNA segment is...Ch. 25 - 25-24 Chargaff showed that in samples of DNA taken...Ch. 25 - 25-25 How many hydrogen bonds can form between...Ch. 25 - 25-26 How many histones are present in a...Ch. 25 - 25-27 What is the nature Of the interaction...Ch. 25 - 25-28 What are chromatin fibers made of?Ch. 25 - 25-29 What constitutes the superstructure of...Ch. 25 - 25-30 What is the primary structure of DNA?Ch. 25 - 25-31 What is the secondary structure of DNA?Ch. 25 - 25-32 What is the major groove of a DNA helix?Ch. 25 - 25-33 What are the higher-order structures of DNA...Ch. 25 - 25-34 Which type Of RNA has enzyme activity? Where...Ch. 25 - 25-35 Which has the longest chains: tRNA, mRNA, or...Ch. 25 - 25-36 Which type of RNA contains modified...Ch. 25 - 25-37 Which type Of RNA has a sequence exactly...Ch. 25 - 25-38 Where is rRNA located in the cell?Ch. 25 - 25-39 What kind of functions do ribozymes, in...Ch. 25 - 2540 Which of the RNA types are always involved in...Ch. 25 - 25-41 What is the purpose of snRNA?Ch. 25 - 25-42 What is the purpose of siRNA?Ch. 25 - 25-43 What is the difference between miRNA AND...Ch. 25 - 25-44 What is IncRNA and what does it do?Ch. 25 - 25-45 What is the difference between IncRNA and...Ch. 25 - 25-45 What is a transposon?Ch. 25 - 25-47 What is the purpose of piRNA?Ch. 25 - 25-48 What is the source of circular RNA?Ch. 25 - 25-49 What do scientists believe is the purpose of...Ch. 25 - 25-50 Define: (a) Intron (b) ExonCh. 25 - 25-51 Does mRNA also have introns and exons?...Ch. 25 - 25-52 (a) What percentage Of human DNA for...Ch. 25 - 25-53 Do satellites code for a particular protein?Ch. 25 - 25-54 Do all genes code for a protein? If not,...Ch. 25 - 25-55 A DNA molecule normally replicates itself...Ch. 25 - 25-56 Which functional groups on the bases form...Ch. 25 - 25-57 Draw the structures of adenine and thymine...Ch. 25 - 25-58 Draw the structures of cytosine and guanine...Ch. 25 - 25-59 How many different bases are present in a...Ch. 25 - 25-60 What is a replication fork? How many...Ch. 25 - 25-61 Why is replication called semiconservative?Ch. 25 - 25-62 How does the removal of some positive...Ch. 25 - 25-63 Write the chemical reaction for the...Ch. 25 - 25-64 What is the quaternary structure of...Ch. 25 - 25-65 What are helicases? What is their function?Ch. 25 - 25-66 Can dATP Serve as a source for a primer?Ch. 25 - 25-67 What are the side products Of the action Of...Ch. 25 - 25-68 What do we call the enzymes that join...Ch. 25 - 25-69 In which direction is the DNA molecule...Ch. 25 - 25-70 What kind of bond formation do polymerases...Ch. 25 - 25-71 Which enzyme catalyzes the joining Of...Ch. 25 - 25-72 What is the nature of the chemical reaction...Ch. 25 - 25-73 From the perspective of the chain being...Ch. 25 - 25-74 As a result Of damage, a few of the guanine...Ch. 25 - 25-75 What is the function Of endonuclease in the...Ch. 25 - 25-76 When cytosine is deaminated, uracil is...Ch. 25 - 25-77 Which bonds are cleaved by glycosylase?Ch. 25 - 25-78 What are AP sites? Which enzyme creates...Ch. 25 - 25-79 Why are patients with xeroderma pigmentosa...Ch. 25 - 25-80 In PCR, what is the advantage Of using DNA...Ch. 25 - 25-81 What 12-nucleotide primer would you use in...Ch. 25 - 25-82 (Chemical Connections 25A) What are the two...Ch. 25 - 25-83 (Chemical Connections 25A) Describe the...Ch. 25 - 25-84 (Chemical Connections 25A) What two genes...Ch. 25 - 25-85 (Chemical Connections 25A) DO biotech firms...Ch. 25 - 25-86 (Chemical Connections 25B) What sequence Of...Ch. 25 - 25-87 (Chemical Connections 25B) Why are as many...Ch. 25 - 25-88 (Chemical Connections 25B) How does...Ch. 25 - 25-89 (Chemical Connections 25B) Why is DNA loss...Ch. 25 - 25-90 (Chemical Connections 25C) After having been...Ch. 25 - 25-91 (Chemical Connections 25C) How is DNA...Ch. 25 - 25-92 (Chemical Connections 25C) Why is it easier...Ch. 25 - 25-93 (Chemical Connections 25C) What is the...Ch. 25 - 25-94 (Chemical Connection 25D) What would be some...Ch. 25 - (Chemical Connection 25D) How could the infor-...Ch. 25 - (Chemical Connection 25D) Why might a person make...Ch. 25 - (Chemical Connections 25E) What were the dif-...Ch. 25 - (Chemical Connections 25E) Why did some scien-...Ch. 25 - (Chemical Connections 25F) Why can it be argued...Ch. 25 - -100 (Chemical Connections 25F) Why do scientists...Ch. 25 - -101 (Chemical Connections 25F) What genes...Ch. 25 - -102 (Chemical Connections 25F) What gene...Ch. 25 - -103 What is the active site of a ribozyme?Ch. 25 - -104 Why is it important that a DNA molecule be...Ch. 25 - -105 Draw the structures of (a) uracil and (b)...Ch. 25 - -106 How would you classify the functional groups...Ch. 25 - -107 Which type of nucleic acid molecule is the...Ch. 25 - -108 What kind of bonds are broken during...Ch. 25 - -109 In sheep DNA, the mol% of adenine (A) was...Ch. 25 - -110 DNA is the blueprint for the cell, but not...Ch. 25 - -111 In a process similar to DNA replication, RNA...Ch. 25 - -112 The Human Genome Project showed that human...Ch. 25 - -113 One of the biggest differences between DNA...Ch. 25 - -114 How could life have evolved if DNA leads to...Ch. 25 - -115 When DNA is heated sufficiently, the strands...Ch. 25 - -116 If you wanted to amplify DNA using a...Ch. 25 - -117 Why do you think that DNA synthesis has...

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