PS4 - CH388 Fall 2007 (AY08-01) Problem Set #4 Recombinants...

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CH388 Fall 2007 (AY08-01) Problem Set #4 Recombinants A Problem Set Submitted to: Instructor: __________________ Hour: __________ In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for CH388 Genetics By: Cadet ___________________________ *The formal group for this report does not include other cadets, classmates, or outside sources. Initials indicate: ______ My documentation attributes all sources used and assistance received in completing this assignment. ______ No sources were used or assistance received in completing this assignment. Signature _________________________________________ Date _________________________________________ United States Military Academy West Point, New York 1
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CH388 Fall 2007 (AY08-01) Problem Set #4 Recombinants The following problem set is worth 75 points. Problems are due to the instructor NLT 1600 on 01 Nov 07. A Documentation of Written Work Coversheet must be initialed, signed, and attached. Any assistance outside of the instructor must be documented and properly acknowledged. This includes websites, textbooks, personnel and resources outside of original thought. For assistance or further guidance, see your instructor. Documentation for every answer must be included. What you include as a reference should be the actual last source that prompted your answer to the question. Improper/insufficient documentation will result in a decrement of points for each answer not adequately referenced. ISOLATION OF BACTERIAL MUTANTS 1. (23 pts) DNA damage (mutation) is an essential initiation event for a cell to transform into a cancerous state, but it is not the only event leading to cancer. Mutagens are responsible for some of the DNA damage in diseased tissues. Most chemical carcinogens (mutagens) are not biologically active in their original form; they must first be
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