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Bio 1510 Final Exam Review
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Remember your resources… Dr. Choi’s and Dr. Shearer’s Notes PRS Questions Mastering Biology Your Book
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 86. In mammalian cloning, the ability of a  transplanted somatic cell nucleus to support  development  A.depends on the nucleus not changing during cell  differentiation. B. depends on the DNA base sequence.  C.depends on the size of the genome.  D.depends on undoing modification of DNA and  chromatin that restrict gene expression.  E.increases with the age of the donor. *Pg. 415
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 87. A cell that remains entirely flexible in its  developmental possibilities is said to be  A.determined.  B.genomically imprinted.  C.totipotent.  D.differentiated.  E.epigenetic.
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 88. Which of the following statements is NOT  true about stem cells?  A. Stem cells can differentiate into specialized  cells.  B. Stem cell DNA lacks introns.  C. Stem cells are found in the adult human  brain.  D. Stem cells can continually reproduce  themselves. E. Stem cells are found in bone marrow.
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 89. What aspect of mammalian cloning does NOT  pose an ethical issue when applied to human  cloning?  A.Cloning is still inefficient – only a few percent of  somatic cell transfers are successful.  B.Cloning requires surrogate mothers  C.Human egg donors are required D.Human clones will have the memories of the  original  E.All of the above are ethical difficulties for human  cloning
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 90. Mammalian clones may have health issues after  birth because  A. The clone may originate from a donor nucleus  that has shorter telomeres, leading to premature  aging.  B. The clones are sterile because the donor nucleus  does not have the potential to generate germline  cells.  C. The clones are more susceptible to cancer  because more of its cells are dedifferentiated  D. All of the above.  E. None of the above.
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Cloning and Immunology Questions 91. Mammalian clones often experience  difficulty during fetal growth because  A.The clones often fail to develop major  organs.\ B.The clones are immunodeficient.  C.The clones experience delayed brain  development.  D.The clones grow too large because of the 
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