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1)Lumbar spinal degenerative disease is caused by mutations in the gene encoding the Vitamin D receptor. At least 40% of the normal wild-type levels of the receptor are required for normal function, while 20% - 40% of wild-type levels result in a m
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1) a. (3 pts) Recall that the lac operon in E. coli consists of the LacZ, LacY, and LacAgenes, and that the transcription of the lac operon is controlled by the lac repressor, which is encoded by LacI. Briefly explain how the lac repressor affects t
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NAME: _ EID:_Bio325 Exam I Write your final answers and anything you want considered for credit IN PEN. Answers written in pencil will not be considered for regrades.1) You have several pure-breeding strains of guinea pigs with different coat col
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1) a. (3 pts) Recall that the lac operon in E. coli consists of the LacZ, LacY, and LacAgenes, and that the transcription of the lac operon is controlled by the lac repressor, which is encoded by LacI. Briefly explain how the lac repressor affects t
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More complex relationships between genotype and phenotype.Incomplete dominance: heterozygote has a phenotype intermediate between the homozygotesFig. 3.3codominance: heterozygote has both of the homozygote phenotypesFig. 3.4Fig. 3.4phenoty
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CHROMOSOMES: single molecules of DNA (double-stranded) thatcarry the information that determines hereditary traitsinitial validation of the chromosomal basis of inheritance came from microscopybased experiments in cells from insects, frogs, and sea
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