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A female with two Barr bodies in her cells would have what combination of sex chromosomes?

Select one:

a. XXY

b. XXXY

c. XXX

d. XX

e. XYY

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The cri du chat syndrome represents a chromosomal mutation type termed

Select one:

a. translocation.

b. duplication.

c. deletion.

d. inversion.

e. polyploidy.

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A man with blood type AB could NOT be the father of a child with

Select one:

a. blood type A.

b. blood type B.

c. blood type AB.

d. blood type O.

e. A man with blood type AB can have a child of any blood type.

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The ______ contain(s) the information for the structure of the protein.

Select one:

a. introns

b. exons

c. promoter

d. ribosomes

e. nucleoli

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Two strains of E. coli—one of which can turn on its lactase production and one that cannot—are grown together with lactose in the medium. If all other conditions are equal, what will occur?

Select one:

a. Both strains will continue to be present in equal amounts.

b. The two strains will kill each other off.

c. The strain that can turn on lactase production will overgrow the culture and be the only one left.

d. The strain that cannot turn on lactase production will overgrow the culture and be the only one left.

e. The strain that can turn on lactase production will make its own lactose once the lactose present in the medium is completely used.

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Which statement is NOT correct about the results of the Hershey-Chase experiment with the T2 virus?

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a. Radioactively labeled protein was found in the bacteria, not in the virus coats.

b. Radioactively labeled DNA was found in the bacteria, not in the virus coats.

c. DNA was labeled with radioactive phosphorus.

d. Protein was labeled with radioactive sulfur.

e. Two separate experiments were actually run, one with radioactive phosphorus and one with radioactive sulfur.

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The aim of functional genomics is to understand the function of the various genes discovered within each genomic sequence and how these genes interact.

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True

False

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An XXX female would most likely result from nondisjunction in

Select one:

a. the mother during egg formation.

b. the father during sperm formation

c. in both the mother and father during gamete formation.

d. the fertilized egg.

e. neither the mother nor the father.

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When creating transgenic organisms one major difference between plants and animals is that

Select one:

a. only embryos can be used to create transgenic animals while any plant cell can be used for transgenic plants.

b. only eggs can be used to create transgenic animals while embryos can be used for transgenic plants.

c. only eggs can be used to create transgenic animals while any plant cell can be used for transgenic plants.

d. only embryos can be used to create transgenic animals while eggs must be used to create transgenic plants.

e. any cell may be used to create transgenic animals while embryos can be used for transgenic plants.

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A mother is a carrier for blue eyes (autosomal recessive) and for hemophilia (X-linked recessive). Which of these is a correct statement?

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a. All sons will have blue eyes and be hemophiliacs.

b. It depends on the father's genotype whether the sons will have blue eyes and/or be hemophiliacs.

c. The father's genotype can determine whether a son will have blue eyes but cannot determine whether a son will be a hemophiliac.

d. Regardless of the father, no sons will have blue eyes or be hemophiliacs.

e. There is a linkage between eye color and hemophilia.

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Enzymes from the thermophile organism Thermus aquaticus has allowed the development of which of the following procedures?

Select one:

a. Genetic engineering

b. Recombinant DNA

c. DNA cloning

d. polymerase chain reaction

e. protein synthesis

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Ex vivo gene therapy

Select one:

a. requires the removal of cells from the individual undergoing the treatment and then the reintroduction of these cells once they have been genetically modified.

b. requires the use of an agent to introduce genetic material directly into the body using a vector such as an adenovirus vector.

c. has few or no side effects on the individual receiving the treatment.

d. allows for a wider range of disorders to be treated than in vivo treatments.

e. is considered to be more dangerous for the patient than in vivo treatment.

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Which statement is true regarding the Barr body?

Select one:

a. It is found in the nuclei of females.

b. It is found in the nuclei of males.

c. It is found in the cytoplasm of males.

d. It is found in the cytoplasm of females.

e. It is a condensed inactive Y chromosome.

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If you had a black male guinea pig and brown female guinea pig, but you didn't know which was the dominant characteristic, how would you find out the dominant color, assuming the dominant characteristic is homozygous,?

Select one:

a. Mate them and see what color the offspring are—that will be the dominant color.

b. Mate them and see what color the offspring are—the other will be the dominant color.

c. Mate them, then mate their offspring to see what color the next generation is—that will be the dominant color.

d. Mate them together, then mate their offspring to see what color the next generation is—the other color will be the dominant color.

e. The dominant color could not be determined by mating the two, then mating their offspring; further generations would have to be produced to determine the dominant color.

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Which factor is likely to lead to a change in the genetic control of the individual and possibly cancer?

Select one:

a. X-rays

b. ultraviolet radiation

c. cigarette smoke

d. pesticides

e. all of these can lead to cancer

 

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Which of the following statements was discovered by information gained from the human genome project?

Select one:

a. Large sections of the human genome do not code for a polypeptide.

b. Nucleotides are composed of a pentose sugar, a phosphate group, and one of four nitrogenous bases.

c. DNA carries the information to make a polypeptide.

d. Regulation of gene expression determines the specialization of cells in humans.

e. DNA carries the information to make mRNA.

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What genetic disorder is associated with the lack of an enzyme necessary for the normal metabolism of the amino acid phenylalanine?

Select one:

a. Phenylketonuria (PKU)

b. Marfan syndrome

c. Huntington disease

d. Sickle cell disease

e. Cystic fibrosis (CF)

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Which of the following is NOT a concern over the use of genetically engineered corn?

Select one:

a. resistance among populations of certain pests

b. resistance to herbicides

c. genetic exchange between engineered plants and related species

d. impact of engineered plants on nontarget plant species

e. presence of allergens

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Which of the following is NOT part of gene expression?

Select one:

a. transcription

b. replication

c. translation

d. amino acids

e. protein synthesis

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If an organism shows a recessive phenotype, such as short pea plants, its genotype can be

Select one:

a. either TT or Tt.

b. either Tt or tt.

c. only TT.

d. only tt.

e. TT, Tt, or tt.

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If the normal nucleotide sequence was TACGGCATG, what type of gene mutation is present if the resulting sequence becomes TAGGCATG?

Select one:

a. chromosomal mutation

b. germinal mutation

c. addition mutation

d. deletion mutation

e. substitution mutation

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Traits that are controlled by several sets or pairs of alleles, such as skin color and height in humans, are the result of what form of inheritance?

Select one:

a. polygenic

b. incomplete dominance

c. multiple allele systems

d. simple Mendelian inheritance

e. codominance

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Which genetic disorder is associated with an irregular shape of the red blood cells?

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a. Sickle cell disease

b. Marfan syndrome

c. Huntington disease

d. Phenylketonuria (PKU)

e. Cystic fibrosis (CF)

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A person who has an extra copy of a chromosome is said to have

Select one:

a. monosomy.

b. bisomy.

c. trisomy.

d. nondisjunction.

e. duplication.

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Because one original strand of the double-stranded helix is found in each daughter cell, the replication process is called

Select one:

a. proofreading.

b. semi-conservative.

c. redundant.

d. freeing of DNA.

e. mutation positive.

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