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it was a question on a worksheet i had to do today in biology. it asked for the name that describes base pairing.dna question - bases?
i'm trying to figure out this homework problem and want to make sure i'm thinking about it correctly. "an e. coli virus stores its genetic information in single-stranded dna. when the dna was extracted it was found that 27% of the bases were guanine residues. can you determine the percentage of bases were thymine residues?" wouldn't it be 27% g and c so then it'd be 23% t and a? or would it be 27% g and c and 73% t and a? farzin, i copied verbatim from my worksheet except for that part, which is actually "the e. coli virus x174", i didn't write the question, i just have to figure it out for points. ps farzin, if we're being picky - it's you're off, not your.protein synthesis worksheet help?
i have this worksheet to do and i am confused. could someone please help me with the below? in the chart below, fill in the appropriate nitrogen base (letter) or amino acid. #1 - represents the complementary strand of dna #2 - represents the mrna, which is built from the dna template. #3 - represents the trna's that pair with mrna condons #4 - represents the sequence of amino acids that would build the polypetide chain place 1 amino acid name per highlighted box. work vertical; 3 nitrogen bases down=1 amino acid in yellow box chart has first row going across is #1 dna compliment; dna template; #2 mrna; #3 trna; #4 amino acid second row: under #1 dna compliment - 3'; dna template - 5' going down in the dna template column position 1-15 as follows: g t c g g a a g a a c c t a g last row: under #1 dna compliment - 5'; dna template - 3' questions: 1. now that you have the chat filled in, assume that the base in position 11 of the template dna strand mutates to read "t". how will the sequence of #2 and #4 be affected? give details. specifically, what type of mutation is this.? 2. f the nitrogen base in position 6 of dna template strand mutates to "g", how will the sequence of #2, #3, and #4 be affected? what type of mutation would this be.
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