Individual Work #9_2016 (1) - BIO 325 Genetics homework...

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BIO 325 Genetics homework Moon Individual Work #9 Name: Faith Meza Do your best to answer the following problems. You may wish to print out this page and work on paper instead of your computer. If you print the page, just take a picture of your completed work and upload the file(s) to Canvas. 1. Indicate which of these are cis elements and which of these are trans elements by writing “cis” or “trans” next to each. Promoter - cis Operator - cis LacZ - trans LacI - trans Enhancer - cis Repressor - trans Activator - trans 2. Shown is a pedigree of the maternally imprinted disease, Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). One of the complexities of this disease pedigree is that the same mutation (deletion in Chromosome 15) can also result in Angelman Syndrome (AS) if the mutated chromosome is inherited from the mother (i.e., paternally imprinted genes). The solid shapes in the pedigree represent individuals with PWS, but which of these individuals will develop AS? Work
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  • Spring '12
  • Mohanty
  • Genetics, DNA, Genetics homework, PWS, recombinant DNA construct, maternally imprinted disease, paternally imprinted genes

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