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11. What are does "RNP" stand for and what are two functions of these molecules" 12....


11. What are does RNP stand for and what are two functions of these molecules 12. Deadenylation can lead to _of unneeded/u
11. What are does "RNP" stand for and what are two functions of these molecules" 12. Deadenylation can lead to _of unneeded/unused mRNA. Select one: "amplification", "degradation", "splicing" 13. What are two modifications that occur in "pre-tRNA" to become "mature tRNA" 14. microRNAs play a key role in which of the following? a. translational repression b. viral RNA degradation Explain: c. RNA interference d. all of the above Explain: 15. Synthesis of pre-rRNA occurs in the a. nucleolus. b. endoplasmic reticulum. c. extranucleolar area of the nucleus. d. cytosol.
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11) RNA stands for ribonucleoprotein . These proteins helps in RNA spilicing , regulations of the RNP . These proteins play an important role in DNA replication.

12)deadenylation lead to the degradation of unused/ unneeded RNA.

13) two modifications involve in tRNA processing are cleavage and base modifications . Cleavage involve two enzymes RNAseD ( 3' end ) and RNAse P( 5'end). Addition of CCA sequence at the 3'end.

14 c) RNA interference ( involve in RNA regulation in eukaryotes)

15 a) nucleolus ( site for rRNA synthesis and assembly).

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