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Surname 1 Name Tutor Institution CBIO 101 Examination IV Biology Answers 1. The function of DAX1 is to: A. Facilitate the development of normal ovaries 2. The absence of Mullerian ducts in an adult with female genitals: B. It is a symptom of DSD resulting from excess testosterone production 3. Androgen-insensitivity syndrome and pseudohermaphroditism: D. Can be reversed with appropriate hormone therapy 4. The absence of Mullerian ducts in an adult with female genitals: B. It is a symptom of DSD resulting from excess testosterone production 5. A seed's nutritional value comes primarily from the: A. Endosperm 6. The plant organs consumed primarily for nutrients, vitamins, and fibers rather than its stored food are: C. Leaves 7. The two forms of energy molecules produce during the light reactions are:
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Surname 2 D. ATP and NADPH 8. While developing golden rice, Potrykus and Beyer attempted to get the seeds to produce which molecule? A. β-carotene 9. The first drug produced by a genetically engineered organism was: D. Insulin 10. Scientists genetically engineer certain mice to study medical conditions. One such set of mice is known as "knockouts." What identifies "knockouts" from other genetically engineered mice? A. These mice have had certain genes added to make them more susceptible to cancer 11. Which of the following statements is FALSE concerning genetic engineering: C.
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