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Genetics 380 Exam 1 Name and ID #:________________________________________ P 1/11 447:380 Genetics October 7, 2008 EXAM 1 General Instructions: There are 50 questions on this examination. Please be sure that you have the entire exam (11 pages). Fill in your first and last name in the spaces provided and your student ID number where it asks for student ID number. Questions 1-50 should be answered on the exam. The points on this exam total 100. Upon completion, please turn in the exam. NOTE: This exam is designed to ascertain what you know about the material. Cheating will not be tolerated. Please keep your eyes on your own paper. Please keep your exam in front of your body, not off to the side. SOME USEFUL FORMULAS AAAA 1/11 = male = female X 2 = ∑ (O-E) 2 /E SECTION I (32.5) ___________ SECTION II (28) ___________ SECTION III (5) ___________ SECTION IV (34.5) ___________ TOTAL ___________
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Genetics 380 Exam 1 Name and ID #:________________________________________ P 2/11 I. MATCHING. Match the terms in the following list with their corresponding definitions. Use each term only once (1.25 pts each, 32.5 points total) a. phenotype j. telomere s. Chi-square test b . genome k. Pseudoautosomal region t. Punnett square c. allele l. Barr body u. Amniocentesis d. evolution m . eukaryote v. consanguinity e. mutation n. prokaryote w. centromere f. chromosomes o. Reverse genetics x . autosome g. Wild type p. Comparative genomics y. S phase h. Mutant q. Drosophila melanogaster z. twin studies i. penetrance r. expressivity 1. ____ The trait or allele that is the most commonly found in natural populations 2. ____ Region where spindle microtubules attach to a chromosome 3. ____ An approach that starts with known genetic changes and looks for phenotypic changes. An example of such an approach is a tailor-made “knockout” mutation in a mouse. 4. ____ The percentage of individuals with a given allele who exhibit the phenotype associated with that allele. 5. _____ Genetic testing done during embryonic or fetal development in the mother 6. _____ Comparative studies of the genomes of different organisms. 7. _____ A measurable or observable trait or characteristic 8. _____ Unicellular organism with a simple cell structure 9. _____ The complete genetic makeup of any organism 10. _____ Mating between closely related people 11. _____ One of two or more alternative forms of the same gene 12. ____ A statistical evaluation of the role of chance in producing deviations between the observed and expected values 13. ____ Genetic change in a population over time AAAA 2/11
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Genetics 380 Exam 1 Name and ID #:________________________________________ P 3/11 14. ____ Method of determining the outcome of a genetic cross. On a grid, the
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