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Genetics380_2008_Quiz1_key - Genetics: 380 Quiz 1 Name:...

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Unformatted text preview: Genetics: 380 Quiz 1 Name: Section #: 1. What are important characteristics of a good model organism? List any two points. (2) Anything from: short generation time; amenable to experimental manipulation; inexpensive to culture/maintain; multiple progenies; etc. 1 point for each correct characteristic. 2. Match the cell cycle/mitosis/meiosis stages in column A with their corresponding description in column B: (5) Column A Column B I. Prophase (D) A. Homologous chromosomes separate II. ‘S’ stage (C) B. Sister chromatids of each chromosome are pulled apart III. Anaphase I (A) C. DNA duplicates IV. Anaphase (B) D. Chromosomes condense and are visible V. Prophase I (E) E. Crossing over occurs 3. Describe the following stages of Meiosis/Mitosis by drawing appropriate figures. Assume 3....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2010 for the course GENETICS 380 taught by Professor Glodowski during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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Genetics380_2008_Quiz1_key - Genetics: 380 Quiz 1 Name:...

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