DNA is a single strand; RNA is a double strand.
DNA contains thymine; so does RNA.
DNA and RNA are both found in the cytosol.
Thymine is absent in RNA, but is present in DNA.
RNA is the main component in ribosomes, tRNA and mRNA.
Numbered carbon atoms in any molecule with at least 5 carbons.
The direction of the DNA strand.
Bond formation between adjacent nucleotides in the DNA molecule.
The carbon atoms which have a phosphate and a carboxyl group attached respectively.
Helicase - the DNA molecule "unzipping".
Gyrase - relieves tension in the unzipping DNA strand
DNA polymerase III - adds DNA nucleosides to a DNA template
RNA polymerase - adds RNA nucleosides to a growing rRNA strand
Both A and B
All of a, b and c
All of a, b, c and d are involved in DNA replication
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Chemicals that mimic nucleotide bases
It has an anti-parallel arrangement
It replicates in a semi-conservative manner.
The new DNA molecule formed after replication contains 50% of the original template.
It can consist of several thousand nucleotides.
It is found associated with a protein, haptitone.
An amino acid molecule, a DNA molecule, and a ribosome.
An amino acid, a messenger RNA molecule and a ribosome.
A nucleolus, mRNA and DNA
RRNA molecule, DNA molecule, and a phosphate
An amino acid, rRNA and DNA
Sanger dideoxy sequencing
Both a and c
Sanger Dideoxy sequencing
Adding a 5' methyl cap
Cutting out exons
Adding a poly adenylated tail to the 5' end
Cutting out introns
Adding a poly adenylated tail to the 3' end
More than one of these is a correct answer