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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 28: Regulation of Gene Expression Matching Choose the correct answer from the list. Not all the answers will be used. A) orphan B) M phase C) G phase D) necrosis E) euchromatin F) S phase G) riboswitch H) histone I) insulators J) heterochromatin K) Mediator L) 1,6-allolactose 1. Genes without a known function are called ______ genes. Ans: A Section: 28.1.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Genome Organization 2. To induce expression of the lac operon, _______ can be added to the cell medium. Ans: L Section: 28.2.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Regulation of Prokaryotic Gene Expression 3. In bacteria, riboflavin can inhibit its own synthesis by binding to a mRNA element termed a ______. Ans: G Section: 28.2.D Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: Regulation of Prokaryotic Gene Expression 4. The ______ proteins can be modified by acetylation, phosphorylation, methylation, and ubiquitination. Ans: H Section: 28.3.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Expression 5. Transcriptionally active DNA in eukaryotes is contained in ______. Ans: E 221 Section: 28.3.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Expression 6. RNAP II holoenzyme contains RNAP II and the protein complex called ______. Ans: K Section: 3B Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Expression 7. Enhancer activity can be blocked by the presence of sequences called _____. Ans: I Section: 28.3.B Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Expression 8. Mitosis and cell division take place during ______ of the cell cycle. Ans: B Section: 28.4.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Cell Cycle, Cancer, and Apoptosis 9. DNA is synthesized during ______ of the cell cycle. Ans: F Section: 28.4.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Cell Cycle, Cancer, and Apoptosis 10. Cell death caused by trauma is called ______. Ans: D Section: 28.4.C Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Cell Cycle, Cancer, and Apoptosis Multiple Choice 11. An organisms metabolic complexity and morphology are not always consistent with the amount of its genetic material. This apparent inconsistency is called A) degeneracy. B) the C-value paradox. C) polymorphism. D) chromatin remodeling. E) Prader-Willi syndrome. Answer: B Section: 28.1.A Level of Difficulty: easy 222 Learning Objective: Genome Organization 12. In humans, approximately ______ of the genome encodes proteins. A) 1.4% B) 14% C) 24% D) 44% E) 74% Answer: A Section: 28.1.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Genome Organization 13. A database of _____ is being compiled to examine genetic differences between individual humans....
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