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2017W_Midterm 1.pdf - BCH2333B Midterm#1 January 27th 2017...

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BCH2333B Midterm #1 January 27 th , 2017 1 Student name (First, last): _______________________________ Student number: ____________________________ Instructions: Calculator permitted (Faculty approved or any other kind) Molecular model kits are permitted Cellular phones, unauthorized electronic devices or course notes (unless an open-book exam) are not allowed during this exam. Phones and devices must be turned off and put away in your bag. Do not keep them in your possession, such as in your pockets. If caught with such a device or document, the following may occur: academic fraud allegations will be filed which may result in you obtaining a 0 (zero) for the exam. By signing below, you acknowledge that you have ensured that you are complying with the above statement. Sign here:______________________________________
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BCH2333B Midterm #1 January 27 th , 2017 2 True/False questions (total points: 15) 1.) The Urey-Miller experiment provided evidence that complex organisms evolved from simple organic molecules that were transported to primordial earth by meteorites. True False. If false, why? 2.) The endosymbiosis theory suggests that eukaryotic organism originated from symbiotic partnerships involving multiple prokaryotic organisms. True False. If false, why? 3.) All 20 canonical amino acids have the stereo-chemical S- configuration True False. If false, why?
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