Biology 1710 Exam IV F'03

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Biology 1710.001 Name:_____________________________ Exam IV, Fall ‘03 Remember to read all of the possible answers for each question before choosing the BEST ANSWER. 1. When you were very young, an embryo, you possessed a tail and gills. These structures and the cells that made them up are now gone. The process leading to the death of these cells is BEST described as: a. developmental regulation. b. metastasis. c. apoptosis. d. metamorphosis. e. mosaic development. 2. An example of a eukaryotic DNA element to which a protein can bind and activate a gene or genes located up to 1000’s of nucleotides up or downstream is called: 3. A protein that binds to a bacterial operon, preventing RNA polymerase from transcribing the genes would be most likely classified as a/an: 4. In the E. coli system, CAP is an example of a/an: 5. Which of the following would be the best candidate to have a helix-turn-helix motif? a. lac repressor b. rubisco c. chlorophyll a d. glycogen e. DNA
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6. The gene that has been found to be lost or inactivated in more that 50% of all human cancers encodes: 7. The most common cancer cause of death in women today is: 8. In terms of genomes, a physical map is: 9. The first recombinant DNA molecule was created by ______ (1973), earning them the Nobel Prize. a. Watson and Crick b. Fred Sanger c. Walter Gilbert d. Cohen and Boyer e. Kary Mullis
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