Multiple Choice Quiz on Translation

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Transcription and Translation
1. Translation is the process in which DNA is formed on DNA template
DNA is formed on RNA template
RNA is formed on DNA template
Protein is formed on RNA template
2. Which form of RNA has a structure resembling clover leaf? rRNA
3. The anticodon of tRNA binds with nucleic bases of mRNA
codons of tRNA
nucleic bases of rRNA
amino acid
4. Which step of translation does not consume a high energy phosphate bond? translocation
amino acid activation
aminoacyl tRNA binding to A site
peptidyl transferase reaction
5. Enzyme peptidyl transferase help in catalysing bonding between adjacent amino acids
transferring amino group from one amino acid to another
shifting ribosomes on mRNA
removal of tRNA after formation of peptide bond between amino acids
6. mRNA directs the building of proteins through a sequence of codons
7. During elongation of peptide chain (in translation), the sigma factor is using during the closing of chain
retained and it performs special function
released to take part again
8. Elongation of peptide chain involves all except mRNA
GTP and peptidyl transferase
formyl met tRNA
EE-Tu; EE-Ts and EF-G factors
9. Mark the correct statement mRNA is monocistronic in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes
mRNA is polycistronic in both eukaryotes and prokaryotes
mRNA is polycistronic in eukaryotes and monocistronic in prokaryotes
mRNA is polycistronic in prokaryotes and monocistronic in eukaryotes
10. Which antibiotics inhibits interaction between tRNA and mRNA during bacterial protein synthesis? tetracycline
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