Final Winter 06 - Answer Key

Final Winter 06 - Answer Key - Name:_ID:_ BIS101-02, Winter...

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Name: ______________________________                          ID: _______________________________ BIS101-02, Winter 2006 Dr. D. J. Kliebenstein, Instructor Final Exam Please print your name and ID number on each page of the exam. The exam has 9 questions and a total of 160 points. For full credit, show all of your work. For written answers, write in complete sentences that are as well written as possible. AUTHORIZATION FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION OF GRADES I, _______________________________, student ID No.__________________________________: authorize the University to publicly distribute my exam grade and my course grade for BIS101-02, by the last 6 digits of my ID number. Signed: ________________________________ Dated: _______________ 1
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Name: ______________________________                          ID: _______________________________ 1 ____ _ _____ 2 ________ 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 _________ 6 __________ 7 __________ 8 __________ 9 __________ Total _________ 2
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Name: ______________________________                          ID: _______________________________ 1. (16 points/ 2 points per line) For each phrase on the left, choose the number of the best matching term on the right. a. (T to C) or (A to G) mutations are _______ 3 _____________ 1. proofreading repair 2. photoreactivation repair b. Repair that is error prone __________ 15 _________________ 3. transitions 4. forming purine dimers c. The process of excising and resynthesizing 5. transversions mismatched bases ___________________ 11 ________________ 6. forming pyrimidine dimers 7. Photolyase d. (T to A) or (G to T) mutations are _______ 5 ______________ 8. error primed repair 9. transcription mutations e. Ultraviolet light primarily damages DNA by _____ 6 _________ 10. gap repair 11. excision repair f. Some DNA mutations can be directly repaired by _______ 7 _________ 12. alkylating DNA 13. TTACACACACACACTT g. A potential microsattelite sequence would be __________ 13 _________ 14. endoreduplication repair 15. SOS repair h. Slipped mispairing could casue an indel in any__________ 16 __________ 16. microsattelite 17. TTATCGATGCTACGTT i. This is important to prevent mutations during replication _____ 1 _______ 2. (20 points) A researcher is studying the genetic linkage for three traits in Ring spotted fuddlewuckers, a very rare newt that has all autosomal chromosomes. The three traits are Red versus White rings (R v r), Tail versus no tail (T v t) and Gills versus no gills (G v g). Red rings are dominant to white, Tail is dominant to no tail and gills are dominant to no gills. A Red ringed, tailed, gilled female was mated to a white ringed, tail-less, gill-less male. A progeny from this cross was then mated to a white ringed, tail-less, gill-less male. The little newts have the following phenotypes: Genotype 219 Red ringed, tailed, gilled ___ R T G ________________ 230 White ringed, tail-less, gill-less ___ r t
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