BiologyhnRNA is processed to mRNA by a) Capping b) Tailing c) Splicing       

hnRNA is processed to mRNA by

a) Capping

b) Tailing

c) Splicing       

  1. A

    a and b only

  2. B

    b and c only

  3. C

    a and c only

  4. D

    a, b and c

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    Solution:

    Primary transcripts contain both the exons and the introns and are non-functional. In order to become functional  it is subjected to a process called splicing where the introns are removed and exons are joined in a defined order. hnRNA undergoes additional processing called as capping and tailing. 

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