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Page 1 The following is an exam given in 2006; it is intended to be an example of the type & style of questions given on an exam. Using this as your primary study material for the Spring 2009 exam 1 would be a mistake. BIOL 1362 Exam 1 from Spring 2006 CH 11 1. The Hershey–Chase experiment determined that A) protein and DNA are the hereditary materials of viruses. B) protein, not DNA, is the hereditary material of viruses. C) viruses do not contain hereditary material. D) DNA, not protein, is the hereditary material of viruses. E) None of the above Ans: D 2. The antiparallel relationship of the two strands of DNA refers to the 3. What is the main reason why RNA is incorporated into the DNA molecule during DNA replication? 4. Semiconservative replication of DNA involves A) each of the parental strands acting as a template for a new strand, leading to the formation of 2 DNA double helical molecules, each comprised of a parental & daughter strand. B) only one of the parental strands acting as a template for a new strand. C) the complete separation of the parental strands, the synthesis of new strands, and the reassembly of the parental strands. D) formation of a hybrid mixture of parental and daughter DNA. E) None of the above Ans: A 5. In DNA replication, each newly made strand is
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Page 2 Use the following to answer questions 6-7: The figure below shows a replication bubble that forms in the process of the replication of eukaryotic DNA. A, B, C, and D indicate newly synthesized DNA strands; "E" indicates a region rather than a particular structure; G and H are pointing to the ends of strand "C". 5’ 5’ 3’ 3’ A C D B E F E G H
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