One interesting experiment conducted with frog oocytes revealed that with an appropriate stimulus, the cyclic appearance and disappearance of cyclin occurs even in the absence of a nucleus. What does this result imply about the production of cyclin in oocytes during the cell cycle?

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Cyclin is encoded by mitochondrial DNA.

  

Transcription occurs outside the nucleus in frog oocytes.

  

Cyclin is synthesized using preexisting mRNA.

  

Chromosomes are not restricted to the nucleus in frog oocytes.

 

asked Dec 26, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Cyclin is synthesized using preexisting mRNA.

 

answered Dec 26, 2012 by JaFajx ~Expert~ (464 points)

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