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Study questions 13 Consider the drawing above, which depicts structures observed inside cells. 1. What are these structures? 2. Could M and N be taken from the same species. If not explain why. If yes explain the difference. 2. What is 'o'? What is its function? When does it appear in the cell? 3. What is 'r'? What is its function? When does it appear in the cell? 4. What is 'p'? What is its function? When does it appear in the cell? When does it disappear? 5. What is 'q' (the whole green item)? When does it appear in the cell? 6. What is the relationship of 't' to 'q'? 8. Some time after the stage shown here, what will be the spatial relationship of the 't' and 'q'?
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Unformatted text preview: 9. How many dsDNA molecules are present in N? 10. How many dsDNA molecules are present in M? 11. What type of molecule makes up P? What would be the consequences of loss of function in this molecule? 12. What it 's'? When did it appear? 13. What is holding together the predominantly orange and predominantly green structures in M? 14. What is holding together 't' and 'q'? 15. What is pulling them apart? 16. How long is 'w' going to remain associated with the other orange structure? 17. Some time after the stage shown here, what will be the spatial relationship of the 'v' and 'w'?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2009 for the course BIS BIS2A taught by Professor Lucacomai during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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