19TB - Biology 115 Fall 2004 Chapter 19 Test Bank The...

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Biology 115 Fall 2004 1 Chapter 19 Test Bank The binding of a transcription factor to an enhancer is an example of In which of the following cell types would you observe gene amplification? In a nucleosome, what is the DNA wrapped around? Formation of a 30 nm chromatin fiber requires Using the “car and driver” analogy what are the roles of tumor-suppressor and proto-oncogenes? Portions of the genome that appear darkly stained by TEM are If the structure of a TV show is analogous to the structure of a gene, then the introns of a gene would be analogous to Eukaryotic cells have large genes because Which of the following statements is true about euchromatin and heterochromatin? How is histone acetylation proposed to have its effect on transcription? Approximately what proportion of the DNA in humans does not produce a protein or a functional RNA? A proteasome is What percentage of the DNA in a typical eukaryotic cell is expressed at any given time? What is the process that causes the violation of the “one gene, one protein” rule? Muscle cells and nerve cells in one species of animal owe their differences in structure to Gene repression is associated with Which of the following is not a characteristic of the product of the p53 gene? ____ derive from transposable elements. Ubiquitin functions in Which of the following events is necessary for the production of a malignant tumor? A ____________ “bead” is made up of _______________ around which the _______ is wrapped. In most cases methylation leads to a gene being ____________ Each of the following is a DNA element except A common feature of gene regulation in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes is the control of which process?
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Biology 115 Fall 2004 2 If one were to observe the activity of methylated DNA, it would be expected that it would Gene activity is associated with Which of the following is not a characteristic of triplet-repeat disorders, such as Huntington's disease? Proto-oncogenes can be converted to oncogenes by various genetic changes.
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