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    Matching structures and major organic products along with Stolle Synthesis

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    Match the structures in the attachment to:

    1. a pyrimidine nucleotide
    2. RNA base sequence with guanine at the 3' end.
    3. DNA base sequence with cytosine at the 3' end.
    4. uridine
    5. a purine nucleoside
    6. DNA sequencing method for the human genome
    7. RNA base sequence complementary to the DNA base sequence which codes for Leu-Ala Phe: CTAGCATTT
    8. 2'-doeoxyadenosine 5'-phosphate
    9. process by which mRNA directs protein synthesis.

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    10. The process invented in 1986 which allows multiple copies of a given DNA sequence to be produced is:
    a. the polymerase chain reaction.
    b. the Sanger dideoxy method.
    c. the Maxam-Gilbert method.
    d. the restriction endonuclease reaction.

    Indole derivatives may be synthesized by reaction of arylamines with haloacid chlorides followed by cyclization of the resulting amides with aluminum chloride in a process known as the Stolle Synthesis
    11. The first step of the Stolle Synthesis is an example of:
    a. an electrophilic aromatic substituteion reaction
    b. a nucleophilic acyl substitution reaction
    c. a nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction
    d. a SN2 reaction
    12. Refer to Stolle Synthesis. The second step of the Stolle Synthesis is an example of:
    a. an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction
    b. a nucleophilic acyl subtitution reaction
    c. a nucleophilic aromatic subsitution reaction
    d. a SN2 reaction

    13-15: Give the major organic product in the reactions in the attachment.

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    The solution identifies many structures of compounds as well as organic products of certain reactions. It also answers questions relating to Stolle Synthesis

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