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Translation and Regulation

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A system is in a ______ state if there exists a set of transactions such that every transaction in the set is waiting for another transaction in the set.

Answer: C

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2.

Which of the following modified amino acid is used at the starting of most prokaryotic proteins?

Answer: B

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3.

Three stop codons, which aids in termination of translation are also known as

Answer: B

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4.

Which of the following is a property of transactions?

Answer: D

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Answer: C

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6.

The scheme that controls the interaction between executing transactions is called as _____

Answer: A

The scheme that controls the interaction between executing transactions is called as concurrency control scheme.

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The “all-or-none” property is commonly referred to as _________

Answer: C

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Answer: A

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The “all-or-none” property is commonly referred to as _________

Answer: C

The all or none policy is commonly referred to as atomicity. It ensures that a work is either completed or not completed and there are no intermediate stages.

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Answer: B

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