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which represents a strand of rna bases? tggctcgaa uggcucgaa gttagtgcc caatctagg

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If x > 0, which of the following is closest to the value of x that makes the equation below true? ( SHOW WORK

Correct answer ✅ to the question: If x > 0, which of the following is closest to the value of x that makes the equation below true? ( SHOW WORK ) 2x^2 = 40A. 3.2B. 4.5C.6

If x > 0, which of the following is closest to the value of x that makes the equation below true? ( SHOW WORK ) 2x^2 = 40

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Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards terms like Which base is found only in RNA? ribose thymine uracil deoxyribose, A DNA strand has the sequence ACCGAGCTT. Which is the complementary strand of RNA? TGGCTCGAA UGGCUCGAA GTTAGTGCC CAATCTAGG, DNA is a nucleic acid polymer composed of which repeating structural unit? nucleotides phosphate groups ribosomes proteins and more.

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Which base is found only in RNA?

ribose thymine uracil deoxyribose

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uracil

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A DNA strand has the sequence ACCGAGCTT. Which is the complementary strand of RNA?

TGGCTCGAA UGGCUCGAA GTTAGTGCC CAATCTAGG

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UGGCUCGAA

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Which base is found only in RNA?

ribose thymine uracil deoxyribose uracil

A DNA strand has the sequence ACCGAGCTT. Which is the complementary strand of RNA?

TGGCTCGAA UGGCUCGAA GTTAGTGCC CAATCTAGG UGGCUCGAA

DNA is a nucleic acid polymer composed of which repeating structural unit?

nucleotides phosphate groups ribosomes proteins nucleotides

What did Chargaff discover while studying bases in the DNA of organisms?

The bases in the DNA of each organism were unique.

The ratios of thymine and adenine were similar, as were the ratios of guanine and cytosine.

The overall percentages of bases were different from one organism to the next.

There were equal amounts of all four bases in every organism, or 25 percent of each base.

The ratios of thymine and adenine were similar, as were the ratios of guanine and cytosine.

Which of the following could be a nucleotide of RNA?

deoxyribose + phosphate group + thymine

deoxyribose + phosphate group + uracil

ribose + phosphate group + thymine

ribose + phosphate group + uracil

ribose + phosphate group + uracil

A single strand of DNA helix has the code CGCTAA. Which would be the complementary code on the other strand of the helix?

CGCAUU TATCGG ATAGCC GCGATT GCGATT

Which discovery is attributed to Phoebus Levene?

extraction and observation of DNA

identification of ribose and deoxyribose

recognition of RNA as DNA's messenger

construction of an accurate DNA model

identification of ribose and deoxyribose

Which structural characteristic is seen in RNA but not in DNA?

double strands a single strand

chains of nucleotides

a helical shape a single strand

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Match each term on the left with the most appropriate description on the right.

\begin{matrix} \text{(a) star} & \text{(i) a small celestial object}\\ \text{ } & \text{made of rock and metal}\\ \text{ } & \text{that orbits the Sun bet,veen}\\ \text{ } & \text{Mars and Jupiter}\\ \text{(b) asteroid} & \text{(ii) a chunk of ice, rock, and}\\ \text{ } & \text{dust that travels in a very}\\ \text{ } & \text{long orbit around the Sun}\\ \text{(c) comet} & \text{(iii) a celestial object,}\\ \text{ } & \text{sometimes hun1an-n1ade.}\\ \text{ } & \text{that travels around a larger}\\ \text{ } & \text{celestial object}\\ \text{(d) meteorite} & \text{(iv) a lump of metal or rock}\\ \text{ } & \text{that has hit Earth's surface}\\ \text{(e) satellite} & \text{(v) a celestial body composed}\\ \text{ } & \text{of hot gases that radiates}\\ \text{ } & \text{large amounts of energy}\\ \end{matrix}

(a) star (b) asteroid (c) comet (d) meteorite (e) satellite ​

(i) a small celestial object

that orbits the Sun bet,veen

Mars and Jupiter

(ii) a chunk of ice, rock, and

dust that travels in a very

long orbit around the Sun

(iii) a celestial object,

that travels around a larger

celestial object

(iv) a lump of metal or rock

that has hit Earth’s surface

(v) a celestial body composed