BIO 1100-10B-1, Non-Majors Biology, Unit III Lab Questions, Parts 1, 2, and 3 - Part I 1 List 3 reasons why a scientist might use methods to isolate DNA

BIO 1100-10B-1, Non-Majors Biology, Unit III Lab Questions, Parts 1, 2, and 3

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Part I 1.List 3 reasons why a scientist might use methods to isolate DNA. 2. Within what organelle in a cell is DNA located? 3. What is the first step in isolating DNA? 4. What is the name of the equipment or material used to collect cells from a person's mouth? 5. What is the purpose of adding the lysis solution to your sample? 6. What are the proteins called that DNA is wrapped around? 7. What does salt do to a cell once it ruptures? 8. When putting a sample in a centrifuge, how would you maintain balance? 9. If you wanted to remove the fluid part of your sample, what piece of equipment would you use? 10. Is DNA soluble in isopropyl alcohol? How do you know? Reference List Genetic Science Learning Center (2011, January 24) DNA Extraction Virtual Lab. Learn.Genetics . Retrieved May 12, 2011, from Part 2 1. What type of blood does patient 1 have (female with red hair)? 2. List ALL blood types that can be given to a patient with the type of blood that patient 1 has.
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3. What type of blood does patient 2 have (old man)? 4. List ALL blood types that can be given to a patient with the type of blood that patient 2 has. 5. What type of blood does patient 3 have (young male with pink hair)?
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