A double phosphorylated, triose intermediate in the glycolytic pathway is ___________ .

a) 2PG
b) F1,6BP
c) 1,3BPG
d) 3PG

I believe the answer to this question is (d) in the Triose Split step of the glycolysis/fermentation, the product is DHAP and 3PG.

Please help

You exact answer is at the following 2 sites:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glycolysis

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glyceraldehyde_3-phosphate

what are the similaries between Replication and Tranciption?

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
9 months ago

Replication and transcription are both processes involved in the synthesis of molecules within cells. However, there are some key differences between them. Here is a breakdown of the similarities and differences:

Similarities:
1. Both processes occur in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells.
2. Both processes involve the synthesis of nucleic acids.
3. Both processes require the use of a DNA template.

Differences:
1. Purpose: Replication is the process of copying the entire DNA molecule in order to create an identical copy, whereas transcription is the process of synthesizing RNA molecules from a DNA template to produce mRNA, tRNA, or rRNA.
2. Products: Replication produces a complete copy of the DNA molecule, while transcription produces RNA molecules.
3. Enzymes involved: Replication requires DNA polymerase enzymes, while transcription involves RNA polymerase enzymes.
4. Template strand: In replication, both DNA strands serve as templates for replication, while in transcription, only one strand of the DNA (the template strand) is used to synthesize RNA.
5. End result: Replication results in two identical DNA molecules, while transcription results in the production of RNA molecules that are complementary to the DNA template strand.

To further understand the similarities and differences between replication and transcription, you can visit the following resources:

1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_replication
2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcription_(biology)