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Dna Vocabulary Quiz

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DNA Vocabulary Quiz
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1.  The subunits that are chemically bonded together in proteins.  The order of these in a protein is what gives it the ability to do its job.
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2.  A very large molecule made from thousands of atoms.  DNA, messenger RNA and proteins are all examples of this.
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3.  The process that occurs when DNA makes exact copy of itself before cell division.
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4.  This molecule carries instructions for making proteins from the nucleus to a ribosome.
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5.  Molecules made up of long chains of amino acids.  They build living material, fight disease, and help transport things out of the cell.  An important class of these is enzymes and they act to control the rates of chemical reactions.  Most of these are enzymes.
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6.  The Subunits that make up DNA.  Each one of these has a phosphate group, a deoxyribose sugar group, and a nitrogen-containing base; either adenine, thymine, cytosine, or guanine.
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7.  The organelles where proteins are assembled.
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8.  The three letter word of a transfer RNA that corresponds to the amino acid it carries.  It matches up with the codon of the messenger-RNA.
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9.  A small RNA molecule that can pick up amino acids.  By matching this to the messenger RNA codon the amino acid is put into the protein chain correctly.
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10.  Three DNA nucleotide subunits in a row, such as AAA or AGA, that represent amino acids.
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