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Unformatted text preview: (I took a big range of answers). Nearly full credit was given even if you were dead wrong so long as you documented you work well. 2) Basic answer: Its easy to tell when 1 vs 2 bases are added, but hard to tell 7 vs. 8. I think you all got full credit on this. 3) The specific matches weren’t important (Arnone1, GLEAN3_00001 and anything (it was a random fragment that matched everything poorly). But you lost points if you didn’t give the answer requested (even if your code seemed OK) or if you answers/code were just way off. 4) You needed to do SOMETHING on this problem to get partial credit. Running out of time/memory was not an excuse. Y’all had weeks on this set, and very few came to me. The number of matches varied on your methods. Divergence was ~8% (if done correctly, but I took a big range). The most conserved genes are likely essential....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2009 for the course BIO 147 taught by Professor Benfey during the Spring '09 term at Duke.
- Spring '09
- Systems Biology