Exam III - Fall 2002 - Name MCB 316 Test 3 Practice 2005...

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Name: ____________________________ MCB 316 Test 3 Practice 2005 Write your name on this sheet AND on the attached computer grid. Answer the following multiple choice questions (1-15) on the computer grid. Answer the short essays and bonus problem on these pages in the space below each question. MULTIPLE CHOICE: 2 PTS EACH 1. Functional genomics refers to: 1. the sequence of genes. 2. the amino acid sequence defined by a gene. 3. the way that the gene affects phenotype. 4. the pattern of gene expression in organisms, tissues, or cells. 5. the biochemical function of genes. 6. 1, 3 and 4. 7. all of the above. 2. In chromosome walking, cloning a gene affecting a phenotypic trait such as a disease is accomplished by: 1. genetically mapping the gene of interest close to an RFLP or other molecular marker. 2. moving from a molecular marker site to the gene of interest by sequential screening of the library with molecular probes at the ends of DNA clones. 3. using repeated sequences to jump to the gene of interest.
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