HunterFinal'06

HunterFinal'06 - Biological Sciences 101 Dr Neil Hunter...

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Biological Sciences 101 Name_________________________ Dr Neil Hunter Fall Quarter 2006 ID___________________________ FORM A ( 2 pts) Final Exam This exam contains six questions worth a total of 200 points . If you do not understand a question don’t hesitate to ask for clarification. Please show all your work to get full credit. Good luck! Authorization for public distribution of your graded exam. Please return my graded exam during class or via the class holding bin. Signed:______________________ ID: ______________________
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Biological Sciences 101 Name_________________________ Dr Neil Hunter Fall Quarter 2006 ID___________________________ FORM A Final Exam Question Points 1 ______ 2 ______ 3 ______ 4 ______ 5 ______ 6 ______ Signature and ID# ___ 2 __ TOTAL ______/200
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Question 1 (38 pts) a. Spontaneous and induced base alterations are a cause of mutation. For each example below, indicate the original base-pair (1 pt), the new base-pair (1 pt) and the type of change, e.g. transversion, transition or indel (1 pt). Base change Original Base-Pair New Base-Pair Type of Mutation The enol tautomer of thymine pairs with guanine Deamination of methylcytosine forms thymine Treatment of cells with ethylmethanesulfonate produces ethylguanine, which pairs with thymine; and ethylythymine, which pairs with guanine (two answers ) b. A highly polymorphic microsatellite, MS-06, is identified with sequence:
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2010 for the course BIO NPB taught by Professor Furlow during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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