Bio Exam 4 2007

Bio Exam 4 2007 - Exam 4B Chapter 16 Control of Gene Expression 1 The primary function of the control of gene expression in eukaryotes is A

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Exam 4B Chapter 16: Control of Gene Expression 1. The primary function of the control of gene expression in eukaryotes is… A. Replication B. proteomics C. homeostasis D. transposition E.transgenic 8. What tertiary structure allows regulatory proteins to read DNA without unwinding it? A. operon B. nucleosome C. codon D. DNA Binding Motif E. DNA promoter 9. When tryptophan is present in the environment of E. coli, the tryphtophan binds to the… A. trp protein B.trp promoter C. trp operator D. trp polymerase E. trp repressor 10. Gene expression is controlled (mostly) by regulating
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A. transcription B. tRNA C. RNA binding D. DNA polymerase E. contigs 11. Which of the following regulatory processes blocks transcription or turns a gene off? A. alternative splicing B. RNA transport C. RNA binding D. DNA methylation E. RNA splicing 12. Removing the 3’ poly-A tail and/or 5’ cap from mRNA allows… A. transcription B. degradation C. translation D. transport E. unwinding Chapter 17: Biotechnology 13. Cutting specific genes out of DNA requires the use of special… A. plasmids B. somatropins C. endonucleases D. phages E. ligases 14. Which one of the following is not one of the four stages of a genetic engineering experiment? A. nitrogen fixation B. DNA cleavage C. screening D. cloning E. making recombinant DNA 15. A cDNA library represents what? A. the complete genome B. multiple cloning sites C. recombinant genes D. restriction sites E. expressed genes 16. Analysis of restriction length fragment polymorphisms is used for what?
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A. DNA fingerprinting B. Southern blotting C. electrophoresis D. nitrogen fixation E. PCR 17. A probe is used in which stage of genetic engineering? A. nitrogen fixation
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Bio Exam 4 2007 - Exam 4B Chapter 16 Control of Gene Expression 1 The primary function of the control of gene expression in eukaryotes is A

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