DNA and the Production of Proteins
By Mr G Davidson
1. What are the four bases found in RNA?
Adenine, thymine, uracil and guanine
Cytosine, adenine, guanine and uracil
Thymine, adenine, cytosine and guanine
Uracil, guanine, thymine and cytosine
2. A single DNA molecule is described as a double helix.
3. The sequence of in DNA is responsible for the sequence of amino acids in proteins.
4. The complementary base of adenine in DNA is:
5. mRNA is used to build the protein on a ribosome.
6. What does the 'm' stand for in mRNA?
7. Watson and Crick were responsible for the first showing the double helix model of DNA.
8. The order the bases appear in the DNA is called the genetic .
9. If a section of DNA contains 24,000 bases and 20% are cytosine, how many adenine bases hould there be?
10. How many bases on a mRNA molecule code for one amino acids?