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APPROVED SOLUTION CADET _________________ SECTION/HR ____ TIME OF DEPARTURE ________ CH388 GENETICS, AY 08-01 TEXT: Written Partial Review I (Lesson 11) Principles, 2 nd Edition 19 September 2007 SCOPE: Lessons 1-10 DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE Part Max Score Cut Points I 100 II 100 Total Score /200 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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Part Weight Cadet ________________ I 100 points (5 points per question) 1. (2.5 pts ea) Choose from one of the following levels of genetic study: a. population level c. cellular level b. molecular level d. organismal level b ____ An allele is due to a change in the genetic material at this level. a ____ Studies at this level examine how the occurrence of a trait influences habitat or survival. 2. What types of bond connects nucleotides? a. Ligate b. Hydrogen c. Ionic d. Covalent e. None of these 3. Which of the following best describes the term genetic variation? a. differences in inherited traits within individuals of a population b. the changing of the genetic makeup of a population over time c. the basic unit of heredity d. the characteristics of an organism e. the effect of the environment on the expression of a trait 4. Which term best describes the type of molecule that would be involved in connecting organic molecules to create larger molecules? a. nucleotides b. nucleic acids c. anabolic enzymes d. catabolic enzymes e. lipids 5. Haploid cells in the human body: a. are a typical example of human cells. b. are caused by allelic variation.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CH 388 taught by Professor Eslinger during the Fall '08 term at West Point.

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