Do you really want a 5 on your AP Biology Test?
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Do you really want a 5 on your AP Biology Test ?
- Watch 14 of 39 – Protein Synthesis Transcription Translation
- Answer each question below in a word processing document. Do not copy / paste but actually write the question and answer in your own words. Restart the the video at the time marker AND use the Google search boxes to find expanded definitions. Important: Do not copy-paste into the Google Custom Search Box but actually type the word from memory into the Google Custom Search Box. Actually, learn how to spell the word or phrase you are searching for. The Google Custom Search Box has the keywords biology and biochemistry already baked in. You don’t have to add them to the search phrase.
- Read your notes in your own words into an waterproof MP3 player and play during solitary exercise like jogging around a track or lap swimming. (Lap swimming is best. Lap swimming combines other sensory deprivation with increased blood flow to the brain. Also, you don’t risk getting ran over by a car while jogging.)
(Google for textbook: Biology Concepts and Connections, Custom Edition for Palomar College)
- Define the central dogma starting at DNA Nucleotide Sequence,
- Where does the transcription of DNA to RNAs occur?
- Where does the translation to proteins occur?
- The resulting proteins have 3 functions. Name them
- RNA is the abbreviation for ____________________
- What is the name of the sugar used in RNA versus DNA?
- Which of the pyrimidines C,T, A, G is not used in RNA?
- What is the name of pyrimidine used only in RNA?
- Define the base pairing of DNA versus RNA?
- Compare the characteristics of RNA versus DNA
- What types of RNA are produced?
- Define the coding strand concept?
- Design the function of enzyme RNA polymerase?
- We start off with a pre-mRNA and up with mRNA. Describe the intermediate process.
- Define the results of mRNA Post Processing.
- What is the triplet code (or the nucleotides are read in 3). What is the reason for this?
- Define the process of transcription after the ribosomes attach to mRNA?
- Describe the process of charging the tRNA.
- Define the process to translate a DNA double strand to an amino acid sequence.
- What in the mechanism in the ribosomes that stops the process?
- What is the strongest evidence of a common ancestor of all living things?
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Google for textbook: Biology Concepts and Connections, Custom Edition for Palomar College