A) moves along the template DNA strand (anti sense) in the direction opposite to the direction in which the RNA is being synthesized
B) elongates RNA strands in 3-5 direction
C) uses individual deoxyribonucleide 5'- triphosphate to synthesize RNA
D) requires primer to initiate synthesis of RNA
E) moves along the non template DNA strand (sense) in the directino opposite to the direction in which RNA is synthesized
Ans a) moves along the template DNA strand in the direction opposite to the direction in which the RNA is being synthesized
The RNA polymerase is an enzyme which helps in the process of transcription that is the formation of the RNA. It binds to the promoter region and starts the formation of the RNA by copying the DNA or deoxyribonucleic sugar into RNA (ribonucleic acid). It moves along the template strand in the 5’-3’ direction where the RNA is complementary to the template strand and nearly identical to the non-template strand.
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