Question: QUESTION 1 Cellular complexity refers to the variety of cell types in a given organism. Higher ce…


QUESTION 1 Cellular complexity refers to the variety of cell types in a given organism. Higher cellular complexity is achieved by: Having more protein-encoding genes Starting out as naive cells in an embryo Different combinations of transcription factors and chromatin structure A specific protein that binds the TATA box in most promoters QUESTION 2 The ribosome contains Two protein subunits, rRNA, mRNA, tRNA, and aminoacids ) Aminoacids, DNA, mRNA, polymerase Proteins, nucelotides, pre-mRNA, methionine tRNA, rRNA, microRNA, polypeptides and nucleosomes QUESTION 3 A mutation causing a base-substitution can have an effect only in the germline cause a frameshift be missense, nonsense, or silent never form a stop codon

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QUESTION 1 Cellular complexity refers to the variety of cell types in a given organism. Higher cellular complexity is achieved by: Having more protein-encoding genes Starting out as "naive" cells in an embryo Different combinations of transcription factors and chromatin structure A specific protein that binds the TATA box in most promoters QUESTION 2 The ribosome contains Two protein subunits, rRNA, mRNA, tRNA, and aminoacids ) Aminoacids, DNA, mRNA, polymerase Proteins, nucelotides, pre-mRNA, methionine tRNA, rRNA, microRNA, polypeptides and nucleosomes QUESTION 3 A mutation causing a base-substitution can have an effect only in the germline cause a frameshift be missense, nonsense, or silent never form a stop codon

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