Bio 101 - Quiz 5 White Key

Bio 101 - Quiz 5 White Key - Biology 101 An Introduction to...

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Biology 101: An Introduction to Biology Winter Quarter 2008 Lecture Quiz 5, White Form Instructions: For each question below, fill in the space on the bubble sheet corresponding to the best answer for that question. There is always one best answer, though more than one may appear plausible upon first glance. This quiz covers class and reading material from 2/5-2/7 and is worth 20 points. Be sure to indicate on the top of your answer sheet which color of quiz you are taking; if you fail to do this, your answer sheet may be graded with the wrong key and you will be responsible for the poor grade that will likely result. 1. Which of the following is NOT true regarding protein synthesis? A. Mutations result in protein alterations because organisms have no means to repair changes in DNA base sequences alterations B. Information from genes is used to synthesize proteins via transcription and translation C. Mutations affect the structure of proteins D. The “one gene-one protein hypothesis” suggests that each gene codes for only one specific protein E. Three types of RNA – messenger RNA, ribosomal RNA, and transfer RNA - are involved in the transcription and translation of base sequence information from DNA to proteins. 2. Homeotic genes are…
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Lanno during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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Bio 101 - Quiz 5 White Key - Biology 101 An Introduction to...

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