Molecular Biology MCQ on Translation (Protein Synthesis)


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This question set on Molecular Biology-09: Genetic Code and Translation (Protein Synthesis) consists of 15 questions in MCQ format. Please select the correct answer and at the end test, you have to click on 'SUBMIT' button to see your Score and the Correct Answers. 

1. For the translation process, besides eIF2 and Met‐t‐RNA, the eukaryotic 80S ribosome also requires:
2. Which of the following statement is NOT correct regarding the genetic code?
3. The 35s and ‘mas’ promoters are used to express genes in _____
4. Split genes are present in:
5. The 20 different amino acids in the protein are normally coded by:
6. When changes in the phenotype or gene expression occur without changes in the underlying DNA sequence, the phenomenon is called
7. Which of the following antibiotic inhibit 80S ribosomes?
8. A mutant phenotype due to a nonsense mutation can be rescued by a mutation in the tRNA gene. This rescue is an example of:
9. A messenger RNA is 336 bases long including the initiation and termination codon. The number of amino acids in the polypeptide translated from this is:
10. Which of the following non-coding RNAs is involved in RNA editing?
11. UGA and UAA are nonsense codons. What kind of single point mutation would cause reversion of UAG to a meaningful codon?
12. A protein which is to be degraded in the proteasome is tagged with:
13. The anticodon sequence is located in:
14. If a sequence 5’AAA(AAA)n AAAAAC 3’ was transcribed in cell-free system and peptide obtained was partially hydrolyzed with carboxypeptidase, the result was an Aspargine residue and an oligopeptide. It suggests the direction of translation was:
15. The Shine-Dalgarno (SD) Sequence is the part of:

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