bio 349 exam 2 key - BIO349ExamIISpring2009 Name:_...

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BIO 349 – Exam II ‐ Spring 2009 Name:__________________________________ 1 Second Midterm Exam Multiple Choice ______ /34 Short Answer ______ /66 Exam Total ______/100 STOP - Read this page only, do not turn the page until told to do so Before you do anything else , please: check to make certain that your copy of the exam is complete, i.e. pages 1-10. print your name at the top of the scantron bubble sheet, and fill in the bubbles beneath that information. There is no need to fill in the other information (e.g. date; instructor) When told to do so, print your name legibly in the space provided at the top of each page Guidelines 1. Mark multiple choice answers on scantron sheet with #2 PENCIL. No credit will be given for marks made on multiple choice questions on this test sheet. 2. Answer all other questions on this test sheet in PEN. No credit will be given for any marks made on this test sheet in pencil. 3. For short answer questions: If you see a solid line below or next to a question, this indicates that the expected correct answer can be easily written on that line. 4. In all cases, short answers can be quite short, provided all the essential information is presented. Do not waste time writing long essays when a few short sentences can answer the question. 5. The test is fairly long, but each question (or part of a question) is worth only a few points (as indicated throughout). If you are stuck on a question, I recommend moving on and coming back to it later if you have time. 6. This test is designed to gauge your ability to apply principles learned in this class. All the answers on this test derive from material discussed in class . READ THIS NOW: When I ask you to design an experiment, I expect you to make clear all of the following: 1. What is your hypothesis? 2. What method will you use to manipulate the embryo? 3. What method will you use to assess the effects of your manipulation ? 4. What outcome would provide evidence in support of your hypothesis? 5. What outcome would force you to reject your hypothesis?
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BIO 349 – Exam II ‐ Spring 2009 Name:__________________________________ 2 Multiple Choice (40 points; 2 pts apiece): 1. Cells in a particular region of the intermediate mesoderm will go on to become kidney if left in that position. With only this information, it is only safe to say that these cells are _______________ to become kidney at this time. a. specified b. competent c. fated d. determined e. all of the above 2. Another such cell is removed, cultured in isolation, and goes on to be a kidney cell. This cell is _________________ to become kidney at the time of isolation. a. specified b. competent c. fated d. determined e. all of the above 3. Which of the following proteins are regulated in some way by proteolytic cleavage? a.
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