BIS101 - Final - BIS101-001/Chan Name Last First ID BIS...

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BIS101-001/Chan Name:____________________________________ Last First ID #: _________________________ BIS 101 – Final Exam B This exam has a total of 140 points READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU ANSWER. SHOW ALL WORK TO GET FULL CREDIT. Please sign your name on the score sheet. This exam has eleven pages including this cover page and the score sheet. HONOR CODE: My signature below affirms that I wrote this exam in the spirit of the honor system of the University of California, Davis. I neither received nor furnished any “help” during the exam, nor did I use any unauthorized references. Signature: ______________________________________________________ Good Luck
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1) Using the list of words on the next page, write on the line the term best described by the following expressions (30 pts): A _ point mutation _ is more likely to revert to wild type than a _ deletion __ Sister chromatid cohesion is maintained during anaphase of meiosis I _ Transposon that moves via an RNA intermediate _ retrotransposon _ _ genomic imprinting _ is a process where expression of individual genes differs depending on the parent they were inherited from A mutation that is specifically defective in heavy water, but wild type in regular water is a __ conditional _ mutation Dominant mutations in these genes contribute to cancer _ oncogenes _ _ Alu repeat _ have the highest copy number among repeats in the human genome Making random mutations and screening them for individuals with an interesting phenotype is _ forward genetics An individual that has 3 copies of every chromosome _ triploid _ A cis acting sequence that represses eukaryotic gene expression _ silencer _ The process of making DNA using an RNA template _ reverse transcription _ Type of genetic experiment in which only organisms with a particular property are able to survive __ selection _ A _ DNA microarray _ experiment can measure transcription of thousands of genes simultaneously A _ Southern blot _ allows mapping of restriction enzyme sites in a complex genomic DNA sample
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Transcription Forward genetics Null Replication Transcription factor Genomic imprinting DNA Transposon Retrotransposon Reverse genetics Tumor suppressors Oncogenes Reverse transcription Trisomic Meiosis I Base excision repair Southern blot DNA microarray Crossing-over Monosomic Nonsense mutation Gain-of-function Screen PCR Northern blot Meiosis II Mismatch repair Selection
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