QUIZ 6 - QUIZ 6 (Hartl & Jones Ch. 1 & 2) The quiz is due...

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(Hartl & Jones Ch. 1 & 2) The quiz is due class time (2 pm) on Mon., Oct. 29. Print this sheet; go through the book carefully to answer questions. Then go to WebCT to answer the questions. 1. In a classic experiment involving Streptococcus pneunmoniae , what treatment prevented the dead S cells from being a transforming agent for the living R bacterial cells (Figure 1.3)? a) Lipase b) RNase c) Protease d) DNase 2. Which of these is NOT a stop codon (p 19)? a) UAA b) AUG c) UGA d) UAG 3. When one gene affects more than one trait, this effect is called (p 22): a) pleiotropy. b) penetrance. c) incomplete dominance. d) epistasis. 4. What is the phenotypic ratio for the F2 progeny of a dihybrid segregating for two unrelated genes (Figures 2.10 & 2.12)? a) 3:1 b) 1:2:1 c) 9:7 d) 9:3:3:1 5. If two albinos have offspring with normal color, we can conclude that there was (p 62, think of white flowers as being similar to albinism): a) complementation. b) a mutation.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIOL 204 taught by Professor Auger during the Spring '08 term at SD State.

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QUIZ 6 - QUIZ 6 (Hartl & Jones Ch. 1 & 2) The quiz is due...

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