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Conditions that are necessary for synthesis of protein, all is correct, except for:

  1. Presence of amino acids

  2. Presence of lysosomes

  3. Presence of ribosomes

  4. Presence of an m-RNA

  5. Presence of a t-RNA

What is containing the information about synthesis of one polypeptide?

  1. Molecule of the DNA

  2. Gene»

  3. Nucleotide

  4. Codon

  5. Triplet of nucleotides

Intrones in a eukaryotic gene are sequences of nucleotides that:

  1. Contain the information

  2. Free of the information

  3. Initiators of a transcription

  4. Terminators of a transcription

  5. Regulators of a transcriptional

What is the function of promoter in a eukaryotic gene?

  1. Contains the information on amino acids in a polypeptide

  2. Monitors a level of an expression

  3. A place of linkage with the RNA - polymerase

  4. A place of a stopping of a transcriptional

  5. Monitors selectivity of an expression of genes

Transcriptional is:

  1. Copying the information from the RNA to the DNA

  2. Copying the information from the RNA to the RNA

  3. Copying the information from the DNA to the RNA

  4. Copying the information from the DNA to the DNA

  5. Copying the information from the RNA to a polypeptide

The reparation of the DNA is a process of:

  1. Synthesis of proteins

  2. Transfer of the information from the DNA to the RNA

  3. Changes of the pro-mRNA

  4. Regeneration of a native structure of the DNA

  5. Duplication of the DNA

What molecule is activates repressor?

  1. Promoter

  2. Operator

  3. Coenzyme

  4. Holorepressor

  5. Corepressor

When the divergence of chromosomes is carried out?

  1. Interphase

  2. Prophase

  3. Metaphase

  4. Anaphase

  5. Telophase

A polyploid cells are result of:

  1. Amitosis

  2. Meiosis

  3. Mitosis

  4. Endomitosis

  5. Endocytosis

How many chromosomes are in a cell at a stage of a telophase?

  1. In

  2. 2n

  3. 3n

  4. 4n

  5. 8

A chromatin is:

  1. Histone proteins

  2. Histone and nonhistone proteins

  3. Histone proteins and the DNA

  4. DNA

  5. DNA, a histone and nonhistone proteins.

What is form in a ribosome during translation?

  1. Polysaccharide

  2. Polynucleotide

  3. Polypeptide

  4. Glycoprotein

  5. Phosphoprotein

Conditions that are necessary for synthesis of protein, all is correct, except for:

  1. Presence of amino acids

  2. Presence of lysosomes

  3. Presence of ribosomes

  4. Presence of an m-RNA

  5. Presence of a t-RNA

What kind of chemicals is a ribose?

  1. Nucleic acids

  2. Amino acids

  3. Carbohydrates

  4. Proteins

  5. ATP

What organelles are not membranous?

  1. Golgi apparatus

  2. Mitochondrions

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Endoplasmic reticulum

  5. Lysosomes

What is containing the information about synthesis of one polypeptide?

  1. Molecule of the DNA

  2. Gene

  3. Nucleotide

  4. Codon

  5. Triplet of nucleotides

What molecule is activates repressor?

  1. Promoter

  2. Operator

  3. Coenzyme

  4. Holorepressor

  5. Corepressor

When the divergence of chromosomes is carried out?

  1. Interphase

  2. Prophase

  3. Metaphase

  4. Anaphase

  5. Telophase

Name photosynthesizing organellas

  1. Mitochondrions

  2. Lysosomes

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Chloroplusts

  5. Centrioles

Where synthesis ATP is carried out?

  1. Nucleus

  2. Mitochondrions

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Endoplasmic reticulum

  5. Lysosomes

Where are lysosomes formed?

  1. Endoplasmic reticulum

  2. Nucleus

  3. Golgi apparatus

  4. Cellular center

  5. Mitochondrions

Intrones in a eukaryotic gene are sequences of nucleotides that:

  1. Contain the information

  2. Free of the information

  3. Initiators of a transcription

  4. Terminators of a transcription

  5. Regulators of a transcriptional

What is the function of promoter in a eukaryotic gene?

  1. Contains the information on amino acids in a polypeptide

  2. Monitors a level of an expression of genes

  3. A place of linkage with the RNA - polymerase.

  4. A place of a stopping of a transcriptional

  5. Monitors selectivity of an expression of genes

What two-membranous organelles are in cells of animals?

  1. Golgi apparatus

  2. Endoplasmic reticulum

  3. Mitochondrions

  4. Lysoso'mes

  5. Chloroplusts

Where are proteins synthesized?

  1. Nucleus

  2. Centrioles

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Golgi apparatus

  5. Lysosomes

What organelles destroy moleculas of a biopolmers?

  1. Mitochondrions

  2. Cellular center

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Nucleus

  5. Lysosomes

What cellular organelle has a selective insight?

  1. Lysosomes

  2. Cellular center

c) Cellular membrane

  1. Ribosome

  2. Chromosome

How many chromatids the chromosome has at the finish of an interph

  1. 1

  2. 2

С) 3

  1. 4

  2. Many

Haw many chromosomes are in a karyotype of the man?

a) 23

b) 6

c) 46

d) 92

What kind of chemicals is a desoxyribose?

a) ATP

b) Proteins

c) Amino acids d) Carbohydrat

e) Nucleic acids

Differences between the DNA and the RNA, all is correct, except for:

a) Number of strands of a spiral

b) The contents of the residual of a phosphoric acid

c) The contents of carbohydrates

d) The maintenance of nitrous bases

Where is information of the protein-repressor structure?

  1. In the gene - operator

  2. In structural genes

  3. In gene - promoter

  4. In a gene - regulator

e) In all operon.

What kind of chemicals is a desoxyribose?

  1. ATP

  2. Proteins

  3. Amino acids

  4. Carbohydrate

  5. Nucleic acids

Exones in a eukaryotic gene are sequences of nucleotides that:

  1. Contain the information

  2. Free of the information

  3. Initiators of a transcriptional

  4. Terminators of a transcription

  5. Regulators of a transcriptional

After the finish of the second meiosis's division the cell has:

  1. Haploid

  2. Diploid

  3. Triploid

  4. Tetraploi

  5. Pentaploid

How many kinds of nucleotides are in the DNA?

  1. 1

  2. 3

  3. 2

  4. 5

  5. 4

Where are proteins synthesized?

  1. Nucleus

  2. Centrioles

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Golgi apparatus

  5. Lysosomes

Differences between the DNA and the RNA, all is correct, except for:

  1. Number of strands of a spiral

  2. The contents of the residual of a phosphoric acid

  3. The contents of carbohydrates

  4. Molecular weight

  5. The maintenance of nitrous bases

What from the specified mathematical equality is Chargaff's rule?

a) A+T=l

b) C+G = l

c) A+C = 1

d) T+G = l

e) A+T/C+G=1

When the despiralization of chromosomes is carried out?

a) Interphase

b )Prophase

  1. Anaphase

  2. Telophase

  3. Metaphase

What two-membranous organelles are in cells of animals?

  1. GoIgi apparatus

  2. Endoplasmic reticulum

  3. Mitochondrions

  4. Lysosomes

  5. Chloroplusts

What is the function of the operator in a eukaryotic gene?

  1. Contains the information about amino acids in a polypeptide

  2. Controls a level of an genes expression

  3. A place of linkage with the RNA - polymerase

  4. A place of a transcription stopping

  5. A place of linkage with the protein-repressor

What organelles destroy moleculas of a biopolmers?

  1. Mitochondrions

  2. Cellular center

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Nucleus

  5. Lysosomes

Haw many chromosomes are in a karyotype of the man?

  1. 23

  2. 69

  3. 46

  4. 92

  5. 48

How many chromosomes are in the cell at the stage of a prophase?
a) 1n


  1. 2n

  2. 3n

  3. 4n

  4. 5n

Property of the DNA is:

  1. Denaturation

  2. Transduction

  3. Reduplication

  4. Neogenesis

  5. Transformation

Translation is:

  1. Copying the information from the RNA to the DNA

  2. Copying the information from the RNA to the RNA

  3. Copying the information from the DNA to the RNA

  4. Copying the information from the DNA to the DNA

  5. Copying the information from the RNA to a polypeptide

When corepressor and aporepressor are bond..... is formed.

  1. Holorepresspr

  2. Protein-repressor

  3. Inductor

  4. Enzyme

  5. Coenzyme

What organelles are not membranous?

  1. Golgi apparatus

  2. Mitochondrions

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Endoplasmic, reticulum

  5. Lysosomes

Where synthesis ATP is carried out?

  1. Nucleus

  2. Mitochondrions

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Endoplasmic reticulum

  5. Lysosomes

Where are lysosomes formed?

  1. Endoplasmic reticulum

  2. Nucleus

  3. Golgi apparatus

  4. Cellular center

  5. Mitochondrions

Name photosynthesizing organellas

  1. Mitochondrions

  2. Lysosomes

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Chloroplusts

  5. Centrioles

The karyotype is:

  1. Genes of a haploid set of chromosome

  2. Chromosomes of a diploid set of chromosomes

  3. Genes of a sex chromosomes

  4. Chromosomes of a haploid set of chromosomes

  5. Genes of a diploid set of chromosomes

What class of chemicals the DNA enters into?

  1. Carbohydrates

  2. Nucleic acids

  3. Amino acids

  4. Proteins

  5. ATP

What kind of chemicals is a thymine?

  1. Nucleic acids

  2. Phosphotides

  3. Proteins

  4. Pyrymidine nitrogen bases

  5. Purine nitrogen bases

What kind of chemicals is a ribose?

  1. Nucleic acids

  2. Amino acids

  3. Carbohydrates

  4. Proteins

  5. ATP

What is form in a ribosome during translation

  1. Polysaccharide

  2. Polynucleotide

  3. Polypeptide

  4. Glycoprotein

e) Phosphoprotein

The karyotype is:

  1. Genes of a haploid set of chromosomes

  2. Chromosomes of a diploid set of chromosomes

  3. Genes of a sex chromosomes

  4. Chromosomes of a haploid set of chromosomes

  5. Genes of a diploid set of chromosomes

A polyploid cells are result of:

  1. Amitosis

  2. Meiosis

  3. Mitosis

  4. Endomitosis

  5. Endocytosis

How many chromosomes are in a cell at a stage of a telophase?

  1. In

  2. 2n

  3. 3n

  4. 4n

  5. 8n

The reparation of the DNA is a process of:

  1. Synthesis of proteins

  2. Transfer of the information from the DNA to the RNA

  3. Changes of the pro-mRNA

  4. Regeneration of a native structure of the DNA

  5. Duplication of the DNA

Tr anscriptional is:

  1. Copying the information from the RNA to the DNA

  2. Copying the information from the RNA to the RNA

  3. Copying the information from the DNA to the RNA

  4. Copying the information from the DNA to the DNA

  5. Copying the information from the RNA to a polypeptide

What class of chemicals the DNA enters into?

  1. Carbohydrates

  2. Nucleic acids

  3. Amino acids

  4. Proteins

  5. ATP

What kind of chemicals is a thymine?

  1. Nucleic acids

  2. Phosphotides

  3. Proteins

  4. Pyrymidine nitrogen bases

e) Purine nitrogen bases.



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