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APPROVED SOLUTION CH388 AY08-01 Cadet __________________ Quiz #9 (Lesson 23-27) Section ______ You have ten minutes to complete this 50 point quiz. No references are authorized. Use pencil only. 1. (5 pts) Which of the following is incorrect about mtDNA? a. It follows paternal inheritance. b. It follows maternal inheritance. c. It is extracted from aged bone and teeth, degraded tissue. d. It is useful in missing person investigations. 2. (10 pts) Briefly list three uses of DNA during forensic investigations. Identify potential suspects whose DNA may match evidence left at crime scenes Exonerate persons wrongly accused of crimes Identify crime victims Identify catastrophe victims Establish paternity and maternity Establish other family relationships 3. (5 pts) What is the future goal of pharmacogenomics in the medical community?
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Unformatted text preview: To develop tailored therapies, specific to each patient and disease, based upon individual genetic makeup and markers. 3. (30 pts) Briefly outline the steps of organismal cloning. (Use Dolly the sheep as an example.) 1. Donor sheep’s mammary cell is extracted and grown in a tissue culture flask. Another sheep’s unfertilized egg is extracted and the nucleus is removed. 2. The enucleated egg is combined with the nucleus of the cell to be cloned. 3. Fusion and division is stimulated by electrical pulses. This initiates development of the egg into an embryo. 4. The embryo is transferred into a surrogate ewe. 5. The pregnancy proceeds and the lamb is born via a C-section which is a clone of the original donor nucleus....
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