Here is an interesting Transcription and Translation quiz that is designed to predict how well you comprehend the transcription and translation of DNA in Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes. Translation and Transcription are two common biology topics. Transcription is the process by which DNA is copied to RNA whereas translation is the process by which RNA is used to produce proteins. Do you think, you have a good understanding of both these processes? Let's test your knowledge with this quiz. Just answer a few simple questions in this quiz and see how well you score. All the best!
Transcription and then Translation
Translation and then Transcription
Transcription and then Ionization
Translation and then Polymerization
Translation and then differentiation
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
A word that teacher use to confuse the noodles out of people
The Synthesis of RNA from a DNA template
The Synthesis of proteins from information on a mRNA
The Synthesis of polydiester linkages from an Exon
The Synthesis of brain cells by neurokinetic means
It doesn't, transcription doesn't exist
When RNA polymerase binds to sigma to create a holoenzyme and the sigma guides the RNA polymerase to certain locations where transcription should begin.
Some dude brings a flag and says "Hey! Over here!"
The non-template strand signals to the binding receptor that a phospodiester bond is present and ready for action.
The RNA polymerase binds to a coding strand located downstream
Here's an interesting quiz for you.