Problem Set 7-2

Problem Set 7-2 - Biology 202 Problem Set 7 From Griffiths...

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Biology 202 Problem Set 7 3/26/10 From Griffiths: Problems Chapter 9: 1, 2, 3 , 6, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32 Chapter 15: 2, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 29 Answers to the following questions are due April 16 th at 4:00 PM. 1. Why do mutations in non-coding regions of a gene still have major effects on phenotypic expression? 2. Define "transition mutations" and "transversion mutations." Give one example of each. 3. Parts (a) through (c) below represent three different mutations in a DNA sequence. Indicate a possible cause of each by writing the appropriate letter from the list (A, B, C, or D) above the arrow. In the space to the right of each mutation, indicate a the type of mutation, using the corresponding number from the list (1-4). A. intercalating agent 1. transition B. deamination of C 2. transversion C. shift of A from amino to imino tautamer 3. frameshift D. slippage during replication 4. microsatellite expansion a)5’ATCACACACACAT ATCACGCACACAT TAGTGTGTGTGTA TAGTGCGTGTGTA _____ b)5’ATCACACACACAT ATCACACACACACACACAT
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Problem Set 7-2 - Biology 202 Problem Set 7 From Griffiths...

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