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Exam 4- Chapters 16-20 Return to Assessment List Comment:Hi Claudia Exam 4 is complete. Please let me know if you have any questions. thanks Professor Harrell Part 1 of 1 - 100.0 Points Question 1 of 40 2.5 Points _________ is the first protein to bind to mRNA to being initiation of translation. •A. TFIIA •B. eIF-2 •C. TFIID •D. 60S ribosomal subunit •E. 40S ribosomal subunit Question 2 of 40 2.5 Points The accumulation of mutations in a population over generations leads to
Feedback:Correct! Question 3 of 40 2.5 Points In order to focus on only the expressed portions of DNA, what type of sequencing can be used? Feedback:Correct Question 4 of 40 2.5 Points Humans belong in the phylum Chordata. The name Chordata is also known as the
Feedback:Correct Question 5 of 40 2.5 Points Cladistics is used to construct ________. •A. shared ancestral characteristics •B. molecular systematics •C. homologous entries •D. phylogenetic trees Feedback:Correct Question 6 of 40 2.5 Points Which type of mutation would NOT be subjected to natural selection? •
Feedback:Incorrect- Learning Objective Text: Define adaptation Question 7 of 40 2.5 Points A species that is well studied so that we can learn more about the way we work is call a ________. Feedback:Correct Question 8 of 40 2.5 Points The first bird that evolved the ability to fly now had habitats never before available and soon branched out into many different species utilizing different resources, which is an example of ________.
Feedback:Correct Question 9 of 40 2.5 Points Evolution is •A. a strong hypothesis •B. not seen in the fossil record •C. supported by all scientific evidence examined so far •D. very difficult to study since it takes so long Feedback:Correct Question 10 of 40 2.5 Points Overexpression of miRNAs can lead to a decrease of protein expression associated with some forms of cancer. What could a drug do to counter this effect?
Feedback:Learning Objective: Discuss how understanding regulation of gene expression can lead to better drug design