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bis_104_sample_exam_questions - BIS 104 Exam Questions...

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BIS 104 Exam Questions Midterm and final exams will be comprised of four types of questions: (a) short answer fill-in, (b) definitions, (c) structure / function descriptions, and (d) problem solving. An example of each type of question is illustrated below. (a) Fill in the blank with the term or phrase that best fits the description. Be as specific as possible. Established abbreviations or acronyms may be used. FLUORESCENCE ACTIVATED CELL SORTING (FACS) The fluorochrome-laser based system that can be used to separate out specific viable cell types from a mixed population of cells. (b) Define the following terms in one or two sentences. Do not give specific examples. Negative control: A negative control is an experiment, or set of experiments, designed to eliminate possible alternative explanations for the results obtain in an experiment. That is, negative controls tell the investigator what is not responsible for an observed result.
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2009 for the course BIS 104 taught by Professor Scholey during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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