F04-red - BIO320 - GENETICS SPRING 2004 FINAL EXAM 2:00...

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BIO320 - GENETICS SPRING 2004 FINAL EXAM 2:00 – 4:30 pm, May 18, 2004 FORM CODE = 2 (RED) Before starting: • Fill in your NAME and ID number on your multi-choice form .. The form code has already been filled in the “birth date” section; do not fill anything in this space. There are 50 multi-choice questions. • Select the single best answer to each multichoice question. • Fill in answer on the multichoice form with a #2 pencil. The exam will run from 2:00 until 4:30 p.m. This includes the time needed to fill in your name and ID and to transfer answers to the multichoice form. No time will be allowed for this after time is called. • During the exam, a TA will ask to check your ID and sign you in. Your exam will not be credited unless your ID is checked . • Multichoice forms will be collected as soon as time is called. Please check that your name and ID are filled in on the multichoice form before handing it in. • If you finish before 4:30pm, hand in your answer sheets at the front of the room, and sign in if your ID has not already been checked. ... good luck . ..
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BIO320-Spring 2004 RED-2 1. Which of the following statements about eukaryotic mitochondria is FALSE? A) Most mitochondrial proteins are encoded in the nucleus. B) They are newly reassembled from proteins and lipids after each cell division. C) They were originally derived from free-living bacterial cells. D) They carry out oxidative phosphorylation, enabling cells to use oxygen to produce ATP. E) They have their own circular DNA genome. 2. In mice, the A y allele of the agouti gene is a recessive lethal allele, but is dominant for yellow coat color. A second gene, C , is required for coat color and is therefore epistatic to both A y and A . Mice homozygous for c are albino. What phenotypes and ratios of offspring would you expect from the following cross: A y A Cc X A y A cc (yellow female) (albino male) A) 1/3 yellow, 1/6 agouti, 1/2 albino B) 1/3 yellow, 1/3 agouti, 1/3 albino C) 1/4 yellow, 1/4 agouti, 1/2 albino D) 3/8 yellow, 1/8 agouti, 1/2 albino 3. Adult height is determined by both genotype and environment - especially nutrition. In a country under socialist rule for a long time, income and nutrition levels were moderate and uniform for the whole population. After a relatively bloodless revolution, the socialists were replaced by a government that allowed income and nutrition levels to vary greatly between individuals, both upward and downward. What do you expect to have happened to the variance and the broad-sense
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