Part I - Test Bank - General Microbiology - Second Midterm-1

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PART I - TEST BANK – SECOND MIDTERM – BIOLOGY 2280 – October 21, 2007 Adele S. Lubell, Ph.D. EXTRA CREDIT ESSAY: Microbiological problems are often predictable years in advance. Give one or two examples of such problems and explain in 1-3 paragraphs how by discovering and developing answers (e.g., technologies) we can work to save lives, prevent catastrophes, and give ourselves better lives. (10 points) * * * * * * * * 1. An enzyme whose amount is reduced by the presence of an end product is said to be: (A) inducible (B) repressible (C ) co-repressible (D) constitutive 2. The operator is: (A) another name for the terminator of a gene (B) a DNA site bound by repressor proteins (C) a protein that coordinates gene expression (D) the DNA site that produces the regulatory protein 3. A modulon: (A) always controls the synthesis of beta-kinase (B) actually consists of constituent operons are controlled separately by their own regulators (C) is involved in the synthesis of bisphosphoglyerate (D) is a synonym for an operon (E) All of the above
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BIO 3200 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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