ps3_2009 - Problem Set#3 Left/right(L/R axis specification...

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Problem Set #3 – Left/right (L/R) axis specification Zoology 470 – Spring 2009 20 Points Total Problem Set Guidelines 1. Due date: This problem set is due by 5 pm on Monday, May 4, 2009 . It must be submitted in class , due to significant problems with submission of Problem Set 1 earlier in the semester. Your problem set must be stapled , again due to problems with Problem Set 1. 2. Sources: You may use any sources at your disposal to answer the following questions. Legitimate sources include classmates, knowledgeable friends and colleagues, written documents, and any other scientific resources you find useful. If you work with other classmates on this problem set, we ask that you list the other students with whom you worked to answer these questions. Although you may discuss these questions as part of a group, you are expected to answer the questions as an individual. If you believe that published references will help you answer these questions, you may cite those references. However, citation of additional references is not required, nor is it expected. 3. Answering the questions: This problem set is designed to be answered concisely. Brief but complete answers should be written in the space provided. You need only turn in your answers on pages 1 & 2. Necessary information: The following questions involve experimental and/or genetic manipulation of left/right axis specification in various vertebrates. All of the information and techniques needed to answer the questions on p. 1-2 have been presented in
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