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In eukaryotic cell transcription, RNA splicing and RNA capping take place inside the

  • ribosomes

  • nucleus

  • dictyosomes

  • ER


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ribosomes

Transcripiton involves the transfer of genetic information from DNA to functional mRNA. In eukaryotes, the modification of newly formed primary mRNA transcripts (pre- m-RNA) to produce functional mRNA is called RNA processing or post-transcriptional modification. it occurs in the nucleus and involves gene-splicing (i.e removal of introns from primary transcript and splicing together of exons) and capping involves the formation of a cap at 5' end by condensation of guanylate residues. The fully processes mRNA molecules are exported from the nucleus to the ribosomes for translation in the cytoplasm.

Transcripiton involves the transfer of genetic information from DNA to functional mRNA. In eukaryotes, the modification of newly formed primary mRNA transcripts (pre- m-RNA) to produce functional mRNA is called RNA processing or post-transcriptional modification. it occurs in the nucleus and involves gene-splicing (i.e removal of introns from primary transcript and splicing together of exons) and capping involves the formation of a cap at 5' end by condensation of guanylate residues. The fully processes mRNA molecules are exported from the nucleus to the ribosomes for translation in the cytoplasm.

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List the number of base pairs in :

(i) lambda bacteriophage

(ii) E.coli and

(iii) haploid content of human DNA.


(i) 48502 bp
(ii) 4.6 x 106 bp and
(iii) 3.3 x 109 bp.
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How many nucleotides are present in a bacteriophage ϕ x 174.

5386
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Comment two chains of DNA have antiparallel polarity.

The Two chain of DNA are antiparallel that is
if one chain has 5’ x 3’ polarity the other chain has 3’ x 5’ polarity.
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List the function of RNA.

Functions of RNA
RNA acts as genetic material in viruses
It also functions as an adapter and messenger 
It also acts as a catalytic molecule and catalyses various biochemical reactions.
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Name the genetic material for majority of organisms.

DNA (Deoxyribose nucleic acid)
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