hc70a midterm - Name Marissa Lara Group DUE Thursday...

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Name: Marissa Lara Group DUE : Thursday, February 11 at 3:30 PM in Class NOTE : The Mid-Term Oral Exam Covering This Exam and Quizzes is Thursday, February 11 in Class HC70A & SAS70A WINTER 2016 PROFESSORS BOB GOLDBERG & JOHN HARADA MID-TERM TAKE-HOME EXAM Points Question One ________ 80,000 Question Two ________ 40,000 Question Three ________ 80,000 Question Four ________ 80,000 Question Five ________ 80,000 Question Six ________ 40,000 Bonus I ________ 30,000 Bonus II ________ 10,000 TOTAL ________ 400,000 Note : A Word File of this exam can be downloaded from the HC70A Web Site.
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2 Name: Marissa Lara HC70A & SAS70A TAKE-HOME EXAM INSTRUCTIONS 1. Follow format and guidelines that you have used for your Quizzes (see Quiz #1). 2. Answer questions in OUTLINE FORM ONLY – STEP BY STEP (e.g., 1., 2., 3., 4., etc.), unless specified otherwise. 3. Use this exam for your answers and USE ONLY THE SPACE PROVIDED. 4. If you use your computer for the exam, download the exam .doc file from the HC70A website and use only the space provided with no smaller than 9 pt. font . 5. All calculations must be shown on the exam in order to obtain credit. 6. No consultation with anyone is permitted regarding questions on the exam – that is, professors, TAs, or individuals not in your HC70A/SAS70A class. 7. You may use any available website, book or reference material, and work in study groups with other HC70A/SAS70A students to answer questions on the exam. Cite source where relevant . 8. Answers to questions may not be copied, printed, emailed, posted on a website and/or distributed to classmates. Each of you must turn in your own exam written in your own writing. THIS IS A STRICT HONOR CODE. 9. If you worked in a study group, all members of the group should turn their exams in as a set. Each member of the group, however, must turn in an exam in their own writing. 10. Note Fail-Safe System : You must learn the concepts tested by each exam question. If you don’t learn these concepts, you may LOSE points earned on this Exam and on the Mid-Term and Final Oral Exams. 11. TO RECEIVE BONUS POINTS YOU MUST ANSWER QUESTIONS ONE THROUGH SIX I understand the conceptual basis of all of my answers on this Exam, and I did not consult with anyone outside of my HC70A/SAS70A class in order to answer Exam questions. I will be able explain conceptually how I answered my Exam questions during the Mid-Term and Final Oral Exams on February 11 and March 8, respectively Signature _____________________________________________________
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3 Name: Marissa Lara QUESTION ONE – 80,000 points (Origins of Genetic Engineering) You have been chosen to be on a panel to explain to a local community group what genetic engineering is, and how society has benefited from genetic engineering over the past four decades since modern techniques of recombinant DNA were invented by Professors Stanley Cohen, Herbert Boyer, and Paul Berg in the early 1970s. A. What is genetic engineering? Genetic engineering is the modification or change in the genetic makeup of an organism. It is manipulating DNA, directed change by direct intervention into the genetic processes.
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