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APPROVED SOLUTION CADET _________________ SECTION/HR ___ TIME OF DEPARTURE ________ DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY & LIFE SCIENCE CH388 GENETICS, AY 08-01 TEXT: Brooker, Genetics: Analysis & Written Partial Review III (Lesson 30) Principles, 2 nd Edition 14 November 2007 (J Hour) SCOPE: Lessons 20-28 55 minutes DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE Part Max Score Cut Points I 60 II 140 Total Score /200 CH388 WPR III AY 08-01 Authorized References TI-30XIIS Calculator Pencil and Eraser INSTRUCTIONS 1. Do not mark on this exam or open it until “begin work” is given. 2. Circle the correct answer or answer all questions in the space provided. Show all work . If additional space is needed, you may write on the back of the pages. 3. There are eight (8) pages to the exam. Count all numbered pages to ensure the exam is complete. Report any illegible or missing pages to your instructor. (TOTAL WEIGHT 200 POINTS)
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APPROVED SOLUTION Part Weight Cadet ________________ I 60 points (5 points per question) 1. The lac operon is turned off in the presence of what? a. lactose b. glucose c. arabinose d. any sugar 2. An enzyme that contains both a catalytic site and a regulatory site is called _________. 3. The ________ transcription factor binds to DNA sequences called enhancers. 4. A repressor transcription factor bids to DNA sequences called __________. 5. CpG islands are associated with what type of regulation? a. RNA editing b. DNA methylation c. alternative splicing d. RNA interference 6. This uses the product of a single gene to produce a family of similar proteins.
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