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Unformatted text preview: BILDl, W108 - Final Exam Boulanger Waiver (please read): By signing this waiver, I give permission for this exam to be left near the eievators on the third floor of Pacific Hall for me to pick up. I realize that this may expose my grade to public scrutiny, and that the Division of Biological Sciences cannot be held responsible for exams which may be lost or stolen from this area. I understand that I may only pick up my own exam. If I do not sign this waiver, I understand that this exam will be available no earlier than Friday, March 28th in the office of Sutara Tang in Room 1100C of Pacific Hall. Exams not picked up by the end of Spring Quarter will be discarded. Signature g Full names of students sitting on either side of you for one point (if no one is there, put “empty seat", “wall”, or “aisle"): PROBLEM 1 _‘3/_/(12 Pts) PROBLEM 2 ._Z___/(10 Pts) PROBLEM 3 _~_i_/(10 Pts) PROBLEM 4 __l_/(14 Pts) PROBLEM 5 2 /(9 pts) PROBLEM 6 /(14 pts) PROBLEM 7 __?_____/(7 pts) PROBLEM 8 _94___/(6 pts) PROBLEM 9 _Ei__/(14 Pts) PROBLEM 10 J—/(12 Pts) PROBLEM 11 '2‘ /(16 Pts) PROBLEM 12 —6?/(11 Pts) PROBLEM 13 inn Pts) PROBLEM 14 _Q_S_/(13 Pts) PROBLEM 15 _Q_._S/_/(10 Pts) PROBLEM 16 _7_/(11 pts) PROBLEM 17 [IL /(15 pts) NAMES ‘ I (1 Pt) EXTRA CREDIT 7/ /(5 pts) BILDl, W108 ' Boulanger 1. Atoms and valence molar-it H (1 t Isotopes differ in the number of (circle one) protons g @ electrons. Answer the following questions for the atom at below. 3 N (1 pt How many valence electrons does it have? " nutrrmo 5+ elati’mflfi “ mt.“Inlmmwmm m The molecule at lembmte, _ which may be an effective treatment for some (-I (.1 cancers. (Molecular weights: C1217, C=6, 0:8). . ’ If you need to make 500 ml of a 2 molar (M) \ (‘ Final Exam (1 pt) How many protons does it have? (1 pt) What is the atomiw solution to give to a patient, how many grams of dichloroacetate should you use? If you do not ‘ have a calculator, just write out the equation(s) (" You would use to calculate this number. 7 - 2 . I . . EDDmL 2 Ad __ f7 3; . x (:10;le I 0 {2 M; 2'6 T? 0 625i 7.77 (1 pt) What is the concentration of H+ in a solution at pH 2? _LQO_'/ ’02 :mO p/f;/,,;{23 (1 pt) What is the concentration of OH' in a solution at pH 8? [00:20:31,000 H) 9 fl (3 pt) For each molecule shown, indicate if it can accept a hydrogen bond, donate a hydrogen bond, do both, or do neither. Circle each H that can act as a hydrogen bond donor. A) CH3-CH2-O@ 720% a) CH3-o-CH3 fiat-39w C) CH3'CH2'CH2'CH3 €— £1" (1 pt) Which of the above three molecules is least soluble in water? , ZUI‘IS V BILDl, W108 Boulanger 2. Bonds, polarity, and charge (1 pt) The bond t — _- form between Na+ and Cl- is a(n) (circle one) h droen m covalent bond. .7 (1 pt) Circle one: Na+ (égis an anion. (1 pt) Which of the following is a polar covalent bond (circle all that apply)? A) H-H Final Exam /' (2' pt) Which of the following are usually soluble in water (circle all that apply)? Ionic compound x nonpolar covalent compounds End?) polar covalent molecules _ Match the property of water with the result. Put one property of water per line. You may use some properties more than once, or not at all. A) Cohesion B) Specific heat C) Expansion upon freezing D) Polarity (1 pt) Makes water a versatile solvent 9 (1 pt) Lets large bodies of water, like the ocean, keep coastal temperatures moderate E ‘ (1 pt) (circle one) Breaking hydrogen bonds r uires elease energy, which is the source of water’s low i hheat o ’ vaporization. . (2 pt) (circle one) Structural o .uers differ in the covalent arrangement of atoms, w l - tructura eometric isomers w . . . have the same covalent arrangements}: or in their spatial organization. /‘ 30MB BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 3. Functional groups, macromolecules, bilaxers (3 pts) Match the functional group with property it will give a macromolecule. You may use a functional group more than once, or not at all. -COOH, -NH2, -P04, -SH, '5” "fig forms bridges to create stability within a molecule - COOH makes molecule more acidic 4} " 7:03 makes molecule a cation at cellular pH (3 pt) Polysaccharides are polymers of 2'49qu monomersj ine y gi'gg‘ggg‘di C linkages, which are formed by a ' 1m reaction. A?) (1 pt) Amino acids always contain which functional group(s) (circle that apply)? mino, -NH2 1‘ hydroxyl, -0H J" ‘ carbonyl, -COH carboxyl, -COOH \ (1 pt) Circle one: rimar secondar tertiar uaternar JV structure refers to the overall three-dime al shape of a polypeptide. (a . . . . ’ was if e; ractlce of hydrogenatmg fats (cur _ increases “1' decreases t eir saturation and (circle one increases decreases the Ity. (1 pt) Which of the following is/are (an) exampie(s) of fusion (circle that apply)? pinocytosis ertilization of an egg by a sperm cell C) cell division 4nl‘l8 BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 4. En: mes thermod ._ ics resiration and hotos nthesis . - w deronic eaction , -- reak apart complex molecules and W re enerate ATP. (1 pt) Overall, respiration is an (circle one)fxer§onic>fi endergonic —H reaction. ( ‘All spontaneous reactions have a (circle one) positive Z ~l—| negative elta G (Gibbs free energy). (2 pts) Which of the following are ways enzymes can lower the activation energy barrier (circle all that apply)? A Changing the local pH BHeating up the substrates (2) Orienting the substrates properly @Straining the substrate bonds Covalently bonding to the substrate +l (1 pt) (circle one) The hydrolysis of ATP is endergonic g exergonic). 4.! (1 pt) (circle one) When molecules are(reduce§ g oxidized, they usually gain electrons. (1 pt) The main products of glycolysis are (circle all that apply): A) NADH 8) ATP “mm-.1 D) g ucos‘- ‘H (1 pt) Chemiosmosis uses the energy stored in a + n+0 gradient to drive synthesis of ATP. (1 pt) In fermentation, which step(s) of respiration is/are skipped (circle all that apply)? 3+ -2 H I - lycoysis C02 "V L’- + l a, rebs cycle xidative phosphorylation (1 pt) ' . e one) In photosynthesis! cng water is oxidized and 5 reduced. CC) 2 -—V C; (4-7? —" I _ . . 12¢ . +26 (1 pt) Which are features of BOTH photosynthesns and respiration ircle all that apply)? .- 5 Redox reactions 6-2. 4 +56 ATP synthase ~F l carbon fixation- r lectron transport chain ; finl‘IS BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 5. The cell and cell signaling (3 pt) Match the macromolecule to the problem of the cell that it solves: DNA,phospholipids, protein. A) information 2234 g B) specificity m C) containment l1 : i (2 pts) Which are features of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells (circle all that apply Nucleus ribosome plasma membrane emdoplasmic reticulum (1 pt) The cilia of your inner ear are composed of cytoskeletal l elements called EMS» m'Whibnlri? (1 pt) Which of the following is not a junction between animal cells ( (circle one)? . tight junctions desmosomes plasmodesomata (1 pt) If utside of the cell is hypotonic, the cell will (circle one) 0 swell [ ' (1 pt) For the diagram at left, the semipermeable membrane will let water and the small molecules pass, but not the large molecules. At equilibrium, { what will be true (circle one)? A) there will be more small molecules on left side B) he level of water will be higher on e right side C) Both sides will contain the same amount of water Semipormeablu / membrane offal (Hills BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 6. Mitosis and meiosis *(1 pt) In comparing mitosis and meiosis, during what stages do the . o processes differ (circle all that apply)? prophase (no synapsis during mitosis) ) telophase (cleavage furrow produces eight cells in one step in \ iosis) @naphase (during mitosis, sister chromatids separate; during meiosis, homologous chromosomes separate) (1 pt) Which of the following is/are the cause(s) of the frequency of recombination between unlinked genes (circle all that apply), random orientation of homologous chromosomes during: 6:) metaphase of mitosis @metaphase I of meiosis metaphase II of meiosis (3 pt) Fill in the blanks with the following terms: independent assortment, law of segregation. You may use a term more than oncezaor not at all. 0/ of: Segr'gfim Due to different alleles of a single gene being 2 pres nt in di erent gametes. 7V1 8: SO g1 ' an be due to crossing over during synapsis. as rhm xplains the existence of recombinant offsprl g. (1 pt) Which is called the reduction divisse the number of \ chromOSOmes is reduced (circle one) ? \ * Meiosis II "'—"' ( Whimal that has 4n chromosomes is (circle one) aneugloid g k 0' “Di . fl (1 pt) what is the frequency of recombination - - w.- en unlinked \ genes (circle one)? 0% 25% w 100% Match the stage(s) of the cell cycle with the events below. Some lines may describe more than one stage, and you may use some terms more than once, or not at all. Meiosis I, meiosis II, mitosis, interphase (1 paw}; Crossing over between homologous chromosomes { (1 pt) “ r Re Iication of the DNA IDQFS - ‘5' (1 pt) Ister chromatids separate You discover a species of animal which has 6 chromosomes in its somatic cells. ' O (1 pt) What is the diploid (2n) number of this animal? @l L (2 pt) how many different gametes can one of these animals 26 produce? Worm rd- 3 I Q": } BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 7. (1 pt each) For each statement or definition below, match it up with a word from the list below that best matches. You may use a word more than once, or not at all. Absorbed, Allosteric, Autotroph, Chloroplast, Competitive, Cooperativity, Desmosomes, Glycolysis, Heterotroph, Hypertonic, Hypotonic, Isotonic, Krebs cycle, Mitochondria, Oxidative phosphorylation, Photosystem I, Photosystem II, Plasmodesmata, Reflected, Transmitted I‘Wfigfim A general terms for activation or inhibition of an enzyme’s active site by binding of a regulatory molecule at another site {figrdafi‘m flfléflfgfifl ?age of respiration when most of the ATP is generated Wavelengths of light that are used for photosynthesis are bwrbe- by plants. cyclic electron flow uses only part of the photosynthetic pathway, namely EimjaSgsfth I . (Eif‘iuclflflg (My; \‘Site of energy conversion in animal cells # WHGMOUCSMng Junctions between plant cells J'SO‘thC animal cells prefer these conditions with regards to the tonicity of their surroundings. 8. (1 pt each) true or false. I In humans, cells are haploid in meiosis II. Nondisjunction during meiosis I can result in some normal gametes. 7': Meiosis produces four genetically identical daughter cells. P In a living cell, delta G = 0 at some times. E During reSpiration, you burn, or oxidize, complex macromolecules. NAD+ acts as an electron acceptor during respiration. RUNS +\ Kl— *1 H 4 (1 pt) What is a classic Me deli _SY and sy C Y, Sy, sY, and sy ) Ss, Yy, SY and sy BILDl, W108 Boulanger 9. Mendelian Genetics I (2 pt) Complete the following sentence with the following terms: eye color, green eyes. Use each one once. grey: Eygfi is a trait, while gag Cafhr is a character. *(1 pt) A tailless (Mm) cat is crossed with a cat with a tail (mm). The Manx, tailless trait is autosomal dominant. What is the likelihood that the kittens will be tailless (circle one)? (2 pts) To identify the genotype of yellow-seeded pea plants as either homozygous dominant (YY) or heterozygous (Yy), you could do a test cross with plants of genotype (circle one). Y @YY Yy (2 pt) A test cross is used to determine if the genotype of a plant with the dominant phenotype is homozygous or heterozygous. If the unknown is homozygous, all of the offspring of the test cross have the phenotype. If the unknown is heterozygous, half of the offspring will have the phenotype (circle one). A) dominant, incompletely dominant B) recessive, dominant C) dominant, epistatic codominant, complimentary Final Exam 0% 100%: cannot be determined Y ominant, recessive (1 pt) The gametes of a plant of genotype Sst should have the genotypes (circle one): A) 55 and Yy E) SS, 55, YY, and yy (2 pt) In a dihybrid cross, AaBb x AaBb, what fraction of the offspring will be homozygous for both recessive traits (circle one)? You may determine this by calculating probabilities or by drawing a Punett's square. we 3/16 1/4 Imonohybrid cross (circle 0 9:3:3:1 (1 pt) What is a classic Mendelian ratio of phenotypes in the E of a monohybrid cross (circle on 7 y», Y‘l 9:3:3:1 ' 1:1 y‘f )W til [3 w"! ‘l BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger (1 pt) What is a classic Mendelian ratio of genotyges in the fl of a testcross (circle one)? 1:1 9:3:3:1 *(1 pt) A woman is heterozygous for an X-linked recessive disease- causing mutation. If she has children with a normal father, which of the following is true of their children (circle one)? A) No males will have the disease <alt" males will have the disease 3:1 1:2:1 No females will have the disease All females will have the disease E) 500/0 of males and 50%» of females will have the disease K "I" x'z" .X- W IX” Y W' ‘2’! IOUHS BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 10. Mendelian Genetics II 1 (2 pt) A human female "carrier", who is heterozygous for the Al recessive, sex—linked trait causing red-green color blindness, marries a normal male. What proportion of their sons will be red-green color blind (circle one)? 100 75 g 5%! 25 O ‘ (2 pt) Hemophilia in humans is d a recessive mutation on the X f O chromosome. What will be true of the children of a normal (non- g)? carrier) female and a hemophilac male (circle one)? A) half of daughters are normal and half of sons are hemophilic. x X @all daughters are carriers and all sons are normal. 3‘ W xx all daughters are normal and all sons are carriers. ) all daughters are normal and all sons are carriers. y Xy Xy E) half of daughters are hemophilic and half of daughters are carriers; all sons are normal. ,, l (2 pt) Women have sex chromosomes of XX, and men have sex chromosomes of XY. Which of a women's grandparents could not be the source of any of the genes on either of her X-chromosomes (circle one)? with mother's mother father’s father father's mother Use the pedigree at left, which shows the members of a family that had a particular disease, to answer the following questions. pt) What is the mode of inheritance? @- utosomal recessive = " Autosomal dominant C) X~linked recessive . ,Dj’X-Imked dominant (1 pt) If dominant is D and recessive is , what is the genotype of the i . . . mdwndual marked “1" above? 0 4 \ (1 pt) Person “1" ' a (circle all that applyq heterozggotg‘g homozygote écarrierlj. (1 pt) Common diseases caused by (circle one) dominant “recessive > '"- 0 alleles usually do not kill affected individuals, unless they d the age at which they can reproduce. +l (2 pt [rcle one) Independent assortment refers to the separation of alleles whil _ law of segregation refers to the g g élleles. ) separation of enes ll ol'lll BILDI, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 11. DNA and heredit DNA re Iication \ (2 pt) Which eukaryotic cells often make the enzyme telomerase (circle all that apply)? Q somatic cells cancer cells \ (2 pts) Which of the following are found in the covalent structure of A (circle all that apply)? deoxyribose sugar phosphate C nitrogenous bases ( N eplication is (circle one) conservative /- \ onservative / dispersive. (2 pt) (circle one) During synthesis of the leadin . . . = - st of the L elongation results an DNA ol I dds nucleotides to the 3' ' end of a growing DNA str (1 pt) On the drawing of DNA that is being replicated below, label the C>sides where the leading and lagging strands will be synthesized. 3! I," “‘5 Lagging 5' / 3' “‘J L x . X\3§l Badlmg, 0/(2 pts) In the DNA molecule, base pairs form bydmgfll’l bonds with one another, while the DNA backbone is built fro' 211“!!th dreéfi" bonds. \ pt) Prokaryotic chromosomes usually have (circle one) 2 5 man origin(s) of replication. (1 pt) DNA synthesis is (circle one) Q —' Use the following terms to answer the questions below. You may use some terms more than once, or not at all. Helicase, nuclease, DNA ligase, DNA pol I, DNA pol III, primase \J( (1 pt) Qfimsfi Can initiate RNA chain without a primer. (1 pt) Lin-5’6 Joins Okazaki fragments. (1 pt) fl/ 0’ l replaces the RNA primer with DNA. (1 pt) 3’} MCleq SE Participates in excision repair by cutting out damaged DNA. [lul'ls BILDI, W108 Final Exam Bowenger 12. Transcription and translation (3 pts) Match the RNA from the following list to its primary function (use each RNA only once): mRNillliJr rRNA, tRNA ; Connects amino acids and codons iE/Wai - Has catalytic and structural roles in the ribosome ERA/A. Delivers DNA's genetic code to the cytoplasm a IMZ (1 pt) how many nucleotide base pairs are in a codon (circle one)? 1 2 ® 4 5 10 100 (2 pt) (circle on t n t ' . nthesized and protein is synthesiz ->amino. For the following sense strand of DNA: 5'-—CATGTTAACCTTATAG—3: ' 5 3 (1 pt) Write out the antisense strand (from 5' to 3’!!): 5'- CTA‘MAGGTTMcATG-a’ _ I . ’ _ - - .... . .—— —-.—-g-E=;fi'a!=_==-E-I=- .m::-—-.=——-- n . _ would result from transcription of _ l—this region of DNA, written 5' to gel 3'. Note you should know which strand is being copied, sense or - UGA antisense! C A U (a U UfiAdC [JD/4. m 5" “ imaggéza'? s 3) (2 pt) Using the diagram at left, write out the resulting polypeptide chain. Hint: start from the start codon! - 0 fig" #75" Mglrfignv—Leu'lia lBol‘lS BILD1, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 13. Regulation of gene expression (1 pt) Most re - - --- - f gene expression happens at the stage of l (circle one) a translation ost~translation. l (1 pt) (circle one) IndUCIblfigrepressible operons usually function in catabolic pathways. [ (2 pt) (Cir I . ) lac is an nducible re ressible operonlr since the inducerga cfiEtegz inactivates repressor. r1 (2 pt) (circle on - - 'stone acetylation ti htens chromatin -—«structure an -@ reduces transcription. '5 (1 pt) (circle one) Methyiation of DNA activatesginactivates that l region of DNA. Lptr - ' cle one) Proto~oncogenes often encode p te fis‘that -'_"‘5’<Estimulate: inhibit cell growth, and a(n) increasS‘téase jn their I y is associated with some cancers. ‘ JAKE-f; W (1 pt) (circle one) Insertion se uence trans 650 s encode nothing \,- but the enzyme transposase. / "' (2 pt) Which of the following do we know can increase the risk of a cer (circle all that apply)? Inherited mutations Spontaneous mutations nfection with specific viruses un exposure Age Your grade in BILD1 .J\ _ (1 pt) Which of the following move within the genome by means of \ an RNA intermediate (circle one)? A) transposons @retrotransposons (1 pt) Which of the following are different in prokaryotes and bx/eqharyotes (circle all that apply)? a V} - A) ‘where transcription and translation occur ” B) the DNA code A e presence of ribosomes NA modifications [4 OHS BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 14. Viruses and Bacteria (2 pt) (circle one) can leave the host genome, while never do. + 2 0‘ prophages, proviruses ) proviruses, prophages (1 pt) Which is the most likely successful drug for the treatment of HIV/AIDS, with the least side effects on uninfected cells (circle one)? ,lr \ DNA polymerase inhibitor reverse transcriptase inhibitOr C) membrane fusion inhibitor D) antibiotics (1 pt) You buy a plant that has brown spots on the leaves. A few weeks later, you notice your other plants that touched this plant are +_ 5 developing spots.. If this is from a virus, this is an example of (circle one) vertical (gorizontal transmission. *(2 pt) How can bacteria acquire resistance to antibiotics (circle all that apply)? L m" 1 conjugation fertilization @ meiosis ligation Jr C) (1 pt) DNA from two distinct bacte ' ' only brought together through (circle one) horizontal ((vertical yne transfer. (2 pt) Which of the following can viruses contain (circle all that 3P 'Y) ? A’)pingle stranded DNA IF double stranded RNA ribosomes reverse transcriptase + x (1 pt) (circle one) Virulentgg temEerate phage are capable of both lytic and Iysogenic life cycles. (2 pts) Which of the following are ways viruses can cause symptoms f illness in humans (circle all that apply)? ’i" \ by breaking open lysosomes B) by infecting bacteria and forcing them to synthesize toxins C) by stimulating the immune response uses reverse transcriptase to transcribe RNA into DNA integrates its genome into the host's DNA has a DNA genome 9L? [Sul'lii BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 15. Intro to enetic en ineerin (2 pt) Which of the following are commonly used to make sure that bacteria you have genetically engineered are expressing the cloned a ne (circle all that apply)? resence of the protein product B) size of the transformed bacteria antibiotic resista loss of a I ity to make a blue color through the product of the lac: ne (1 t) What kind of library can be made from mRNA (circle one)? L ‘ ‘ g genomic DNA (2 pt) (circle one) Which of the following is true of bacterial restriction enzymes? Jr. 2 A) they cut a given DNA molecule only once they cut at palindromic sites in the DNA @they create sticky ends on the cut DNA (1 pt) (circle one) What enzyme is required to make mRNA? - NA 0! I A! t/ . Jr \ m Wu reverse transcriptase D) DNA pol III *(1 pt) You used a restriction enzyme to cut a segment of DNA into 2 pieces. 1 piece is 100 baspairs (bp) long, the other is 300bp long. You then perform gel electrophoresis to separate the DNA fragments. Based on the information above and the picture below, which fragment is A and which is B (circle one)? /3h3§f \/ C) 325:3? a) A is mobp, Bis 30mm . . I. i. “‘5'” b B is 100bp, A is 3oobp ' ) it is impossible to tell pg...” neither of the fragments could be 100 or source -— A m B i‘/¢3m 300bp a} o Anode 4/ \ (1 pt) (circle one) RFLPs can be analyzed by Southern QWestern ( Northern blotting. (2 pt) RFLPs can be used to (circle all that apply): I A) determine paternity {, k 2,3) determine if a suspect's blood is at the crime scene perform linkage mapping look for disease-causing mutations Ifiul‘IS BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 16. Matchin 1 t each For each statement or definition below, match it up with a word from the list below that best matches. You may use a word more than once, or not at all. centromere, conjugation, enhancers, euchromatin, frameshift, heterochromatin, histones, independent assortment, lysogenic, lytic, meiosis I, meiosis II, missense, mitosis, nonsense, origin of replication, prions, promoters, segregation, transcription, transduction, transformation, translation, viroid Méflffldfl’f m #7116147! Caused by the organization of homologous chr mosomes during meiosis. / Tmfifflgfrfijil‘wfl Chemicals that interrupt this could be effective anti cancer drugs. nan 56g” 5 6 Mutation that causes a codon that used to code for an amino acid to instead be read as a stop codon. / %€fli(/ In this viral life cycle, the host cells remain intact, a most of the viral genes are not expressed. e“ Elam-mafia Most common form of chromatin in interphase cells. him Proteins that bind DNA and regulate DNA packing in chromatin. flung grj Groups of distal control elements. Erma: Infectious proteins that cause brain diseases in mammals. Trans (Won, Introduction of foreign DNA into bacteria using a bacteriophage. imn‘im‘ifm DNA-directed synthesis of RNA. \ R. q 0 Figm 0+” Eli’fliaflmite where DNA is opened. [701'18 4D BILDl, W108 Final Exam Boulanger 17. (1 pt each) TRUE or FALSE ,r" I: In prokaryotes, pre-mRNA is modified during RNA processing. I’- All enzymes are proteins. I In repressible operons, transcription is usually "on". 2 All viruses contain DNA. In humans, all X chromosome genes in males are inherited from their mothers, while females express X chromosome genes from both their father and their mother. F DNA polymerases synthesize the leading strand from 5’ to 3', but synthesize the lagging strand from 3’ to 5'. / Each Okazaki fragment requires its own RNA primer. / 2 The sense strand is also known as the template strand. t Introns are read into proteins during translation, while exons are spliced out. i: One codon can encode more than one amino acid. 1 Genes within euchromatin are usually not expressed. T g DNA methylation is preserved in the daughter strand following DNA replication. f— Both prokaryotes and eukaryotes have introns in their DNA. 7 Simple sequence DNA is commOn in telomeres. [ Humans have the largest genome of any living organism. EXTRA CREDIT . (2 pt) which are larger, purines orégrimidinesXcii-cle one)? (1 pt) Which of II a ' - = tainédenine (circle all that apply)? TP NA QM) (2 pt) Which bases are found at high levels in the origin of replication (circle all that apply)? [email protected] 13 1'11‘18 ...
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