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    4. Which of the following is a true statement? (1 point) DNA is transcribed in the nucleus, and RNA is translated in the cytoplasm. RNA is transcribed in the nucleus, and proteins are translated in the cytoplasm. DNA is translated in the nucleus, and RNA is transcribed in the cytoplasm. RNA is translated in the nucleus, and proteins are transcribed in the cytoplasm. 5. The central dogma of molecular biology is that biological information flows from (1 point) RNA → DNA → protein. DNA → RNA → protein. DNA → ribosomes → protein. ribosomes → RNA → protein.

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    @kelly226 can you help

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    5) from DNA to RNA to protein. i.e option b )DNA → RNA → protein.

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    4) option d RNA is translated in the nucleus, and proteins are transcribed in the cytoplasm.

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    Thanks :)

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    welcome

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    right @rahul_rajawat

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    4. Which of the following is a true statement? (1 point) (1 pt) DNA is transcribed in the nucleus, and RNA is translated in the cytoplasm. (0 pts) RNA is transcribed in the nucleus, and proteins are translated in the cytoplasm. (0 pts) DNA is translated in the nucleus, and RNA is transcribed in the cytoplasm. (0 pts) RNA is translated in the nucleus, and proteins are transcribed in the cytoplasm. 1 /1 point 5. The central dogma of molecular biology is that biological information flows from (1 point) (0 pts) RNA → DNA → protein. (1 pt) DNA → RNA → protein. (0 pts) DNA → ribosomes → protein. (0 pts) ribosomes → RNA → protein. 1 /1 point

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