Protect the bacterium from virus attack by not allowing the virus to attach to the cell wall.
Protect the bacterium from the DNA of other organisms the bacterium infects.
Protect the bacterium from replicating its DNA at the wrong time.
Protect the bacterium from virus attack by cutting up foreign DNA.
Bind together strands of DNA.
Bind RNA fragments together.
Cut DNA at specific sites.
Polymerase to the promoter.
The defendant may be not guilty. The recovered blood has too many bands.
The defendant may be not guilty. The defendant's blood has one band not seen in the blood sample from the clothes.
The defendant may be guilty. The bands from the blood on the clothes matches with the ones from the victim's blood.
The defendant is may be guilty. The defendant's blood has one band not seen in the blood sample from the clothes.
Used to carry foreign genes or DNA fragments.
Divided by the charge of the DNA.
Carries restriction enzymes to their restriction sites.
Only used in matching DNA samples.
To make ribosomes
To make DNA
To make a copy of DNA using mRNA
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A really cool way of rewriting RNA
The atom that carries information to an RNA template
A short lived RNA molecule that carries encoded information, transcribed from DNA.
A chromosome that is only present in prokaryotes and is involved in DNA synthesis
A molecule that has no life and is basically the news reporter of the cellular environment.
A piece of clothing that is placed upon the bipedal legs of human.
A chromosome carrier
A section of DNA that codes for a protein or RNA molecule.
A regulatory sequence
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Protein Catalyse Reaction
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Phosopholipid Chitin Reasoning
Lactose is present.
Repressor protein is bound to the operator.
Allolactose binds to the promoter.
All of the above.
The rough strain of bacteria is deadly after all.
The rough strain of bacteria must have mutated to become deadly.
Something inside the bacteria has the ability to instruct and control what the bacteria does. Therefore, changing a bacteria's behaviors if engulfed by that bacteria.
Proteins inside the bacteria must have a transforming ability.
If DNA is truly the hereditary material emitted into the bacteria, then radioactively marked DNA will show up in the bacteria, not in the external liquid following the virus' activity.
If a relationship exists between a virus' DNA and protein, then marking the protein with radioactive material will help identify the bacteria's life cycle.
If a relationship exists between DNA and its ability to be transmitted, then tracking the DNA with radioactive material will note how the bacteria was changed in the mice.
Protein and DNA could possibly be related to hereditary behaviors and therefore, marking each one will help identify which one causes the bacteria to be transformed.
Freeing of DNA.
DNA polymerase; messenger RNA
RNA polymerase; promoter site
RNA polymerase: messenger RNA
DNA polymerase; promoter site
Substitution because they shift the reading frame and cause downstream amino acids to be changed.
Deletions, because they shift the reading frame and downstream amino acids to be changed.
Deletions because one protein is deleted.
None of the above is correct
Makes it possible to create huge numbers of copies of tiny pieces of DNA
Utilizes RNA messenger RNA molecules from small pieces of DNA
Can create messenger RNA molecules from small pieces of DNA
Enables researchers to determine the sequence of a complementary strand of DNA when they have only single-stranded DNA
Transcriptional control site.
DNA polymerase must have access to the DNA double helix and also must be capable of binding to the gene's promoter.
RNA polymerase must have access to the DNA double helix and also must be capable of binding to the gene's promoter.
DNA polymerase must have access to the RNA and also must be capable of binding to the gene's promoter.
DNA ligase must have access to the DNA double helix and also must be capable of binding to the gene's promoter.
DNA kinase must have access to the DNA double helix and also must be capable of binding to the gene's promoter.
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