exam 3 VOCAB
...gene transferred by a scientist into an organism's genome #13. TALEN - synthetic restriction enzyme #14...animal that carries a transgene #16. CRISPR/Cas9 - genome editing technology ( Clustered Regularly Interspaced...
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Biology chapter 4
#1. Population Density - Number of organisms per unit area #2. Dispersion - pattern of spacing of a population within an area #3. abiotic - any nonliving factor in an organism's environment #4. bio...
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From the old exam
...sequences (IS) inserted in the genome are flanked by: - Direct genomic repeats and inverted sequence...Chargaff’s rules, if a genome is 30% adenine, then what percentage of the genome should be guanine -...
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Exam 3 MC
B. rapid reproduction C. small size D. small genome - D #24. Evolution has had what effect on development...population is called its A. gene pool. B. genome. C. ploidy. D. polygenic sum. E. polymorphism...
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exam 4 do better
...sequences (IS) inserted in the genome are flanked by:a) Inverted genomic repeats and Inverted sequence...elementsb) Direct genomic repeats and Direct sequence elementsc) Inverted genomic repeats and Direct...
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exam 4 extra
...increase access and methylation will decrease access. #92. hypermethylation leads to gene silencing and genomic instability this ultimately effects? - apotoisis, dna repair, and cell cycle control. #93. negative...
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exam 1 review (multiple choice)
...the amino acid sequence of the proteins that are produced from the genes - answer: d #2. A genome can be best described as a segment of DNA that codes for a protein. DNA associated...
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exam 2 vocab
...different nucleotides appear at the same position in genomic DNA from different individuals. #20. DNA fingerprinting...location on a chromosome #23. Exome - all exons in a genome. #24. Chromosome - self replicating genetic structures...
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#1. All Nucleotides include....? - A phosphate group A five carbon sugar One of five nitrogenous bases #2. How does a RNA strand differ from a DNA strand? - It contains ribose instead of deoxyribo...
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exam 2 multiple choice
...origin of the bacteria genome? A. Transposon would be replicated like the genome. B. Transposon would...integrate into plasmids and genomes. D. IS elements integrate into plasmids and genomes. - A #43. Extranuclear...
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Chargaff’s rules, if a genome is 30% adenine, then what percentage of the genome should be guanine? -...What are some differences from prokaryotes in the genome structure of eukaryotic cells that affect how...
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final exam review previous exam
...phenotypes so markers are easy to determineC. Haploid genome makes genetics easier to carry outD. Very small...degradation of one of the two strands of phage genomeD) replication of the donor segment before recombinationE)...
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