Molecular Biology Quizzes & Trivia

From Amino acid to zygotes, every cell works because of Molecular Biology and now you can challenge your knowledge with our trivia questions about the building blocks of life. Try our molecular biology trivia quizzes today and test your knowledge!
Just the DNA from one of your cells would stretch out to almost ten feet in length if it wasn't coiled up.

About one percent of your cells are replaced every year and enzymes work hard to replicate that ten feet strand of DNA every time. But did you know that your brain cells are never replaced? They stay with you all your life, so why don't you train them a bit with our Molecular Biology quizzes? Or maybe you already know what there is to know about the inner workings of your cells? Then go on ahead and prove your worth!

A student who undertakes molecular biology in school should have a proper understanding of protein functions in molecular cloning and understand the DNA of living things. One gets to understand activity between...

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    Complex molecules (macromolecules) are made by joining smaller molecules together using dehydration synthesis

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    Who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 for inventing PCR?

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    The product of a polymerase chain reaction.

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    The sodium-potassium pump makes the cell interior more______ by pumping ____ sodium ions out of the cell for every____ potassium ions pumped in.

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    Waston and Crick built models that demonstrated that

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Molecular Biology Questions & Answers

Which suspect most likely matchs the sample taken from the crime scene using the DNA fingerprinting shown below?
Based on the given table, you can already see that Suspect B may be the suspect because the fingerprints match with the fingerprints that are found at the crime scene. Fingerprinting has actually solved a lot of crimes that have occurred over the pas
Which suspect most likely matches the sample taken from the crime scene using the DNA fingerprinting shown below?
Would please explain this question to me. I am not sure how to find the correct answer. I know "Suspect B" is the answer, but I do not know why. I just guest on the question and happened to guess the correct answer.
Is a promoter necessary for RNA polymerase binding, with the codon start and stop sites defining the transcriptional unit?
True because Promoter it is the site where RNA Polymerase will have to recognise and binds to before transcription starts
Is the gene the basic unit of genetic information?
Es super falso. Si fuese así, entonces solo el porcentaje minimo de nuestro DNA que se traduce correspondería a la información genética. Pero funcionamos también con regiones del DNA que no se traducen, y que son fu