Protein Synthesis Check-In Quiz
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by Jordan Trull
| 9 Questions
Note from the author:
Protein Synthesis
1
1 pt
Write the sequence of RNA bases that would be transcribed from the sequence of bases below:
TACACGCAATTA
Use the space bar to separate your sequence into codons.
2
1 pt
Use the genetic code chart provided above to translate your sequence of RNA base codons into an amino acid sequence to make a protein. Copy the three letters representing each amino acid as shown on the chart. Separate each of your amino acids from the others with a space.
3
2 pts
Put the steps of transcription and translation in the order that they occur in.
  1. The Stop codon is reached and mRNA leaves the nucleus with the copied strand of DNA
  2. Codons on the mRNA pair up with anti-codons on the tRNA
  3. RNA nucleotides match their bases to the bases on the DNA strand
  4. Amino acids are added together with peptide bonds to make a polypeptide
  5. mRNA connects to the ribosome
  6. RNA Polymerase attaches to the DNA strand at the Start codon
4
3 pts
Assign each of the characteristics below to either DNA or RNA.
  • Double stranded
  • Single stranded
  • Ribose
  • Deoxyribose
  • Thymine
  • Uracil
  • One type
  • Two types
  • Found only in the nucleus
  • Found in the nucleus and cytoplasm
  • Adenine
  • Guanine
  • Cytosine
  • Made up of nucleotides
  • DNA
  • RNA
  • Both DNA & RNA
5
1 pt
Protein synthesis occurs in which order?
mRNA -> DNA -> Protein
Protein -> DNA -> mRNA
Protein -> mRNA -> DNA
DNA -> mRNA -> Protein
6
1 pt
The process of copying a gene's DNA sequence into a sequence of RNA is called:
replication
transcription
translation
polymerase chain reaction
7
1 pt
tRNA is involved in:
carrying amino acids to the ribosome
carrying RNA to the ribosome
carrying DNA to the ribosome
carrying ribose to the ribosome
8
1 pt
Which process is shown in the image below?

transcription
replication
translation
chemosynthesis
9
4 pts
Use the image below to answer the following questions:
Hint: not ALL of the labels are used!
  • DNA
  • mRNA
  • Ribosome
  • Nucleus
  • Peptide bond
  • Hydrogen bond
  • Anticodon
  • Codon
  • What is Part A?
  • What is Part B?
  • What is Part C?
  • What is Part D?
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