anonymous
  • anonymous
A scientist has inserted a gene into a plasmid. Which enzyme should she use to join the sticky ends of the gene and the plasmid? restriction enzyme ligase RNA polymerase Done
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can someone help me
BioEpic
  • BioEpic
Do you know the function of each of the enzymes listed above?
BioEpic
  • BioEpic
A restriction enyzme cuts DNA at specific sites, a ligase connects DNA, RNA polymerase synthesizes RNA

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BioEpic
  • BioEpic
Therefore the answer would be ligase
BioEpic
  • BioEpic
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anonymous
  • anonymous
RNA polymerases also extend DNA.

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