Question: 7. The function of helicase enzymes is to_ replication a. rea hydrogen bonds between the two stra…


7. The function of helicase enzymes is to_ replication a. rea hydrogen bonds between the two strands of the DNA molecule prior to b. rewind the two DNA molecules after replication e. remove bases that might have been inserted incorrectly trand d. seal new short stretches of nucleotides into one continuous s e. fragment old DNA that is no longer of use to the cell 8. The oxygen released in photosynthesis comes from a. carbon dioxide b. glucose c. ribulose bisphosphate d. water e. atmospheric oxygen 9. Which structures have the same length, shape, and centromere location? a. Karyotypes b. Histones c. Bacteriophages d. Nucleosomes e. Autosome pairs 10. discovered the basis for therule, which states that the amounts of adenine and thymine are identical, as are the amounts of cytosine and guanine. a. Avery; base-pair b. Griffith, double helix c. Chargaff; base pair d. Chase; double helix e. Pauling; base-pair 11. The electron transfer chain is located a. on the inner membrane of the mitochondria b. on the inner membrane of the chloroplasts c. in the fluid part of the chloroplast d. throughout the cytoplasm of the cell e. on the plasma membrane of eukarvotes

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7. The function of helicase enzymes is to_ replication a. rea hydrogen bonds between the two strands of the DNA molecule prior to b. rewind the two DNA molecules after replication e. remove bases that might have been inserted incorrectly trand d. seal new short stretches of nucleotides into one continuous s e. fragment old DNA that is no longer of use to the cell 8. The oxygen released in photosynthesis comes from a. carbon dioxide b. glucose c. ribulose bisphosphate d. water e. atmospheric oxygen 9. Which structures have the same length, shape, and centromere location? a. Karyotypes b. Histones c. Bacteriophages d. Nucleosomes e. Autosome pairs 10. discovered the basis for therule, which states that the amounts of adenine and thymine are identical, as are the amounts of cytosine and guanine. a. Avery; base-pair b. Griffith, double helix c. Chargaff; base pair d. Chase; double helix e. Pauling; base-pair 11. The electron transfer chain is located a. on the inner membrane of the mitochondria b. on the inner membrane of the chloroplasts c. in the fluid part of the chloroplast d. throughout the cytoplasm of the cell e. on the plasma membrane of eukarvotes

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