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civen the drawing below, labe l the 5 and 3 ends of the parent and daughter stands. Draw in Okazaki fragments before DNA Pol I has attached to the DNA strands. Leading ptrand RNA prime Leading śtrand RNA primer 7. A cell in your small intestine has a mutation that activates telomerase. What can this cell do that a normal cell cannot do? 8. You place a long molecule of DNA (which is in a double helix, of course) in a test tube. You want to separate the strands of DNA. Which protein(s) would you need to add to separate the strands and keep them apart? 9. Draw what a parent and daughter strand of DNA look like before DNA ligase is added to the reaction, but after DNA pol I was added.

8. Given the following piece of DNA, draw the complementary strand.Lalbe ends. strand. Label 5 and 3 5-ATGCTACCCTGCAT GCATTCCC-3 4. Write out each of the single strands of the DNA sequence you have above. On each strand, draw a 5-nucleotide RNA primer in the proper place. Label the 5 and 3 ends Draw both of the double stranded DNA molecules after replication has occurred. Show both the parent strand and daughter strand...are any nucleotides missing? Why? 5.

10. If the proofreading mechanism of DNA polymerase fails, what can the cell do fix mistakes? to 11. A cell, not during the process of DNA replication, has two nucleotides that form ed a dimer in a single strand and are not base pairing to the complementary a. What do you think caused this to occur? b. What would normally happen in this situation? strand c. What if the enzyme, Nuclease, was inactivated in that cell.. what would or wouldnt happen? d. If there were no nuclease, what would happen the next time the cell divides?

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