Which of the following statements is true regarding the movement of proteins and RNA through the nuclear pore?
The transport of proteins and RNA is bidirectional between the nucleus and the cytoplasm.
More number of nucleoli will be associated with____.
Nucleolus is the site for RNA synthesis and hence will be present in more numbers in cells carrying out protein synthesis.
____ holds the complementary base pairs together in a double helix of DNA.
Hydrogen bond holds the complementary base pairs together in a double helix of DNA.
Which of the statements regarding nucleosides is correct?
A nitrogenous base is linked to the pentose sugar through a N-glycosidic linkage to form a nucleoside is the correct statement.
Nucleolus is a non-membrane structure.
Nuclear pores are formed by ____.
The nuclear pores are formed by the fusion of the inner and the outer membrane.
Disc like stuctures which are present on the side of the centromeres are called ____.
Disc like structures which are present on the side of the centromeres are called kinetochores.
In the structure of DNA ____ binds with cytosine.
In the structure of DNA deoxyribose binds with cytosine.
Hydrogen bonds are formed between ____ bases in DNA.
Hydrogen bonds are formed between A (adenine) and T (thymine) bases in DNA.
____ is the variable part of the DNA nucleotide.
The nitrogen base is the variable part of the DNA nucleotide.
Histones are ____.
Histones are basic proteins associated with Chromatin.
Multinucleate condition is found in____.
Multinucleate condition is seen in striated/skeletal muscles like those of the legs and hands.
The components of a DNA nucleotide are ____.
The components of a DNA nucleotide are a deoxyribose sugar, a base and a phosphate.
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