Question: QUESTION 3 1pointsSave Answer In tRNAs, Guanine is frequently modified to is located in specially…


QUESTION 3 1pointsSave Answer In tRNAs, Guanine is frequently modified to is located in specially when it Cytosine; third position of the codon Dihydrouridine; first position of the anticodon Inosine; first position of the codon Pseudouridine; first position of the anticodon Pseudouridine; first position of the codon Inosine; first position of the anticodon QUESTION 4 1 points Save Answer Eukaryotic mRNAs frequently code for two or more proteins, typically involved in the same metabolic pathway contain a specific nucleotide sequence, known as the Kozak consensus sequence, which dictates the site of translational initiation are devoid of 5 UTRs as translation starts at the 5 end of the mRNA 〇.contain a specific nucleotide sequence, known as the Shine-Dalgarno sequence, which indicates the end of the coding sequence typically contain fairly long 5 UTRs that play an important regulatory role by dictating the stability of the transcript typically contain very short 5 and 3 UTRs as a way to increase transcript stability and decrease the frequency of errors whlie selecting the start codon

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QUESTION 3 1pointsSave Answer In tRNAs, Guanine is frequently modified to is located in specially when it Cytosine; third position of the codon Dihydrouridine; first position of the anticodon Inosine; first position of the codon Pseudouridine; first position of the anticodon Pseudouridine; first position of the codon Inosine; first position of the anticodon QUESTION 4 1 points Save Answer Eukaryotic mRNAs "frequently code for two or more proteins, typically involved in the same metabolic pathway "contain a specific nucleotide sequence, known as the Kozak consensus sequence, which dictates the site of translational initiation are devoid of 5' UTRs as translation starts at the 5' end of the mRNA 〇.contain a specific nucleotide sequence, known as the Shine-Dalgarno sequence, which indicates the end of the coding sequence" typically contain fairly long 5' UTRs that play an important regulatory role by dictating the stability of the transcript typically contain very short 5' and 3' UTRs as a way to increase transcript stability and decrease the frequency of errors whlie selecting the start codon

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