Quiz II-answers-corrected

Quiz II-answers-corrected - Quiz II. Mar 9, 2009 BIO 325...

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Quiz II. Mar 9, 2009 BIO 325 Genetics – by Sung Write your name: (10 points total; 1 point ea. except Q8 (2 points); no partial score) Q 1-5. Choose the best matching word for each question from the followings. STSs; SNP; DNA array; haplotype; ASO; RFLP; telomere; nucleosome; chromatin; histones; kinetochore; pericentric; paracentric; euploids; polyploidy; aneuploids; transposition; reciprocal translocation; transformation; conjugation; transduction; Q1. Unique DNA sequences that serve as molecular markers STSs Q2. Two different nucleotides appear at the same position in genomic DNA from different individuals SNP Q3. Specialized structure at the end of linear chromosome telomere Q4. Complexes of DNA and protein in the eukaryotic nucleus chromatin Q5. Exact exchange of parts of two homologous chromosomes reciprocal translocation Q6. Would it be possible to construct a complete physical map of human genome (assuming a 3 Gb size 3 billion base) with 150,000 BAC clones each with 250 kb insert? (Answer yes or no)
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