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Your Initials Name Version A key ID Seat # 1. Ensure that you are sitting at your assigned seat. 2. Record your Name, Student ID # and Seat # on the first page of the exam booklet. Initial all other pages. 3. Bubble in your student ID # on the scantron card AND WRITE your name and ID. 4. For multiple choice questions, only use pencils. 5. Keep your student ID out and visible. We will be checking during the exam. Acts of dishonesty during the examination will result in disqualification (score of 0 points) and a permanent letter added to your university transcript file. EXAM VERSION A Bio 93 Fall 2007 Final Exam Section D December 10, 2007 1
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Your Initials Part I: Multiple Choice 1. I am taking Version A a. 2. In the Meselson Stahl experiment, a cesium chloride density gradient was used to: a. separate DNA into two strands b. Separate DNA on the basis of it content of 15N or 14N c. Label phage DNA with 32P d. Label phage DNA with 35S e. Demonstrate conservative DNA replication 3. Which of the following is true about the genetic code? 4. Which of the following is not involved in transcription? 5. The anti-codon that translates the genetic code is found on: 6. Which of the following it true about transcription of prokaryotic DNA? a. It only occurs in the nucleus b. RNA polymerase binds directly to the promoter c. It requires addition of the 3’ poly A tail d. It requires addition of the 5” poly A tail e. It requires addition of a signal recognition particle 7. Gene expression levels are predominantly controlled at the level of: 8. A mouse gene isolated from genomic DNA is cloned into a bacterial cell. The resulting mRNA is longer than that seen for the same gene in mice. What is the best 2
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