Where are promoter regions found relative to transcription start sites on the coding strand?downstreamupstreamupstream or downstream; depending on the presence of an inducer or repressorupstream or downstream; depending on the direction of transcriptionPrimases are enzymes that facilitate replication by:Recruiting the DNA polymerase to the origin of replicationRecruiting the helicase to the replisomeRecruiting dNTPs to the RNA polymeraseMelting double stranded DNA at the origin of replicationSynthesizing an oligo-RNA complementary to the templateI think the answer to the second one is upstream.A Shine-Dalgarno Sequence is asequence of nucleotides in the DNA that interacts with the ?-subunit of RNA polymerase to begin transcription.sequence of nucleotides in an mRNA that codes for fMet.sequence of nucleotides in an mRNA that functions to terminate translation.sequence of nucleotides in the DNA that interacts with ?-protein to terminate transcriptionsequence of nucleotides in an mRNA that interacts with the small subunit of the ribosome to correctly align the start codon to the P site.I picked the last answer but I’m not sure if that’s right.
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