Biochemistry Ch 9 - Nucleic Acids

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Biochemistry Ch 9 - Nucleic Acids
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Biochemistry Ch 9 - Nucleic Acids
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  1. How many base pairs are found in the acceptor stem?
    7

    • 4
    • 5
    • 5
  2. Is the CCA tail 3' or 5'?
    3' on the acceptor stem.
  3. How many base pairs are in the D-stem?
    3 to 4.
  4. How many base pairs are located in the TYC stem?
    5 base pairs
  5. How many base pairs are located in the stem of the anticodon arm?
    5 base pairs
  6. What is L?
    The linking number.

    The number of times one DNA strand winds around a complementary strand.
  7. What is T?
    Twist.

    Number of helical turns.

    # of base pairs divided by bp per turn.
  8. What is W?
    Writhing number.

    • Number of superhelical turns.
    • # of crosses

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