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Biology 2281 Spring 2006 Review for the Midterm Exam Experiment 1: Bioinformatics 1. Be able to transcribe a DNA sequence into its corresponding RNA sequence, and then translate the RNA sequence into an amino acid sequence. 2. Be able to identify types of mutations based on information provided: is it a missense, a silent or a nonsense mutation? 3. Understand the function of BLAST and CLUSTAL, respectively. 4. Know what to expect on the electropherogram of a heterozygous individual, and a base that can not be accurately identified from sequencing 5. Define genome and genomics. Experiment 2: Microscopy 1. Be able to find the image (the anaphase cell of onion root tip) under 40x and find the image under 100x with oil immersion with appropriate techniques. 2. Be able to identify the important parts of a microscope and understand the functions of the parts. 3. How do you define total magnification? 4. Understand how Depth of Focus and Field of View change if magnification increase. 5. Know the major cellular features that differentiate plants from animals. 6. Know the relative cell sizes among bacteria, yeast cells, onion skin and onion root tip cells. 7.
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