Flach Cards Collections

RNA transcription

mRNA, rRNA, tRNA, snRNA, snoRNA, Which way does the coding strand run? Which way does the template strand run? What is another name for the template strand?, What are two big differences between RNA pols and DNA pols?, In which direction does synthesis occur?, In which direction does transcription occur in relation to the template strand?, The mRNA sequences is most similar to which strand? One exception?, What genes does RNA pol I transcribe?, What genes does RNA pol II transcribe?, What genes does RNA pol III transcribe?, What component of some mushrooms makes them poisonous?, what is the first RNA form produced and what does it contain?

2012-08-06 • 48 Cards


Deletion, Duplication, Enhancers, Exon, Exon Shuffling, Intron, Operator, Promoter, Pseudogene, Regulator, Repressor, Translocation

2011-04-28 • 12 Cards

Chapter 11 Biology

Chromosomal Mutation, Codon, DNA replication, Double helix, Frameshift Mutation, Messenger RNA, Mutagen, Mutation, Nitrogenous Base, Point Mutation, Ribosomal RNA, Transcription, Transfer RNA, Translation

2011-04-28 • 14 Cards

Chapter 12: DNA and RNA

bacteriophage, CGCUAUAGC, codons, deletion, DNA Polymerase, exons, expressed gene, frameshift, frameshift mutation, helix, histone, insertion, introns, mRNA, rRNA, tRNA, mutation

2011-04-28 • 23 Cards


Adenine, Base Pair Rule, Cytosine, Deoxyribose, DNA, DNA Polymerase, DNA replication, Double Helix, Guanine, Helicase, Hydrogen Bond, Nucleotide, Phosphate group, Ribose, RNA

2011-04-28 • 18 Cards

Molecular Genetics

Amino Acids, Anticodon, Antiparallel, Cell's Cytosol, Codons, Complementary Base Pairs, DNA, DNA, DNA Structure, Errors, Exons, Exported, Following transcription, Four ribonucleotides, Genetic Code

2011-04-28 • 51 Cards


chromosomes, DNA, double helix, examples of nucleic acids, nitrogen bases, nucleic acids, nucleotides, parts of nucleotide, thymine, uracil

2011-04-28 • 10 Cards

Honors Bio DNA/RNA Unit

Amniocentesis, Back Cross or Testcoss, Carcinogen, Chorionic Villi Sampling, Chromosome Theory, Codominance, Deletion, Incomplete Dominance or Semidominance., Inversion, Multiple Alleles, Non-Disjunction, Pedigree, Polygenic Traits, Recombinant DNA, Sex-Linked or X-Linked

2011-04-28 • 18 Cards

RNA Etiological Agents

Alpharetrovirus, Alphavirus (W, E, V strains), Aphthovirus, Astrovirus, Avian coronavirus, Avian enterovirus, Avian orthoreovirus, Avian paramyxovirus 1, Avibirnavirus, Bornavirus, Bovine coronavirus, Bovine ephemerovirus, Bovine morbillivirus, Bovine parainfluenza virus 3, Bovine pestivirus

2011-04-28 • 44 Cards

ch 10: DNA, RNA, & Protein Synthesis

adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine, alternating sugar and phosphate groups, amino acids, anticodon, base pairing rules, base sequence, codon, complementary base pair, cytoplasm, deoxyribose, DNA polymerase, DNA replication, double helix, exon, genetic code

2011-04-28 • 44 Cards

Exam Review: DNA & RNA

Avery, bacteriophage, base pairing, Chargaff, chromatin, chromosomal mutation, codon, Compare and contrast gene mutations and chromosomal mutations., deletion, Describe and draw an illustration of each of the 4 types of chromosomal mutations, Describe the structure of DNA including the shape, components, and what bonds hold the bases together., DNA, DNA polymerase, Draw and label the three parts of a nucleotide, exon

2011-04-28 • 42 Cards

DNA and RNA by symptoms - good 4 practice test

90% no symptoms. Cold like symptoms, but can cause paralysis and encephalitis. Less 1% enter brain detroy motor neurons. Can invlolve asymmetric paralysis involves both legs, weakness of muscle, or combo of the 2, Abrupt onset of fever, headache, myalgia, sore throat, non-productive couch. Pharyngitis, laryngitis, tracheobrochitis. Cough and malaise can last 2 weeks after other symptoms gone. Complications: Primary viral pneumonia, Secondary bacterial pneumonia, Acute infection: Prodome -> Fever, malaise, fatigure, anorexia, n&v, and abdominal pain. Icteric/Jaundice (bc of bilirubin breaking down heme) (yellowing of skin/eyes, dark urine, pale stools Fulminant, severe liver damage, cirrhosis and bleeding (1%). Ch, After a SECONDARY VIREMIA, dermal manifistation is a VESICULOPUSTULAR RASH, fever. LATENT in DORSAL ROOT GANGLIA. Maculopapular rash will turn vascular in hours (14d incubation), fever, successive crops of lesions (3-5 days). Rash is more severe on trunk, ASYMMETRIC PARALYSIS that INVOLVES THE LEGS, Asympotomatic liver inflammation. Chronic hepatitis can result in cirrhosis, and liver cancer, Brick Shaped NUCLEOCAPSID with 2 LATERAL bodies. Classic pocks formation. Variola major- 15-40 % morality (5-17 day incubation). Variola Minor- 1% mortality. Encephalitis is important complication, Bronchiolitis and pneumonia in infants, Caliciviridae virus mild unless pregnant (mortality 20% if prego), California encephalitis, Lacrosse Encephalitis, Can lead to Cervical Cancer, Can lead to Leukemia/Lymphoma, Can lead to Nasopharngeal carcinoma, Can lead to Primary Hepatocellular carcinoma, Can lead to Thymic Carcinoma

2011-04-28 • 80 Cards

DNA, RNA, Mitosis, Meiosis

DNA, DNA History, Nitrogen Bases, RNA, Transcription, Translation, Watson and Crick

2011-04-28 • 7 Cards

bio unit 3

Avery, benefits of plasmids, bioremediation, Blunt ends, centromeres, Chargaff, competent cell, copy number, corepressor, Darwin and Mendel, dideoxy analogues, DNA ligase, DNA polymerase I, DNA polymerase III, DNA replication and repair

2011-04-28 • 82 Cards

10.2 RNA

Messenger RNA, Promoter, ribose, ribosomal RNA, RNA Polymerase, Termination signal, transcription, Transfer RNA, uracil

2011-04-28 • 9 Cards