SampleQuestions_Exam1 - BIO 307D Exam #1 Sample Questions...

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Unformatted text preview: BIO 307D Exam #1 Sample Questions The following questions are taken from previous exams that I have given. They should be viewed as examples of the types of questions that I write; they will not knowingly be used on your exam. 1. The individual(s) credited with the first report of what is now called AIDS is (are): a) Jim Curran and Margaret Fischl b) Michael Gottlieb c) Robert Gallo d) Luc Montagnier e) Weeks and Alcamo 2. Proteins are polymers of: a) nucleic acids d) fatty acids b) saccharides e) Two of the above c) amino acids 3. Which of the following would not be found in a prokaryotic cell? a) circular DNA molecule b) nucleoid region c) mitochondria d) ribosomes e) All of the above could be found in a prokaryotic cell. 4. Which cellular structure is important in classifying a bacterial species as either Gram positive or Gram negative? a) flagella d) endospore b) cell wall e) slime layer c) phospholipid cell membrane 5. If a bacterial protein has 120 amino acids, how many nucleotides (nt) does the gene coding for this...
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2010 for the course BIO 307D taught by Professor Moore during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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SampleQuestions_Exam1 - BIO 307D Exam #1 Sample Questions...

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