Yellow - Biology 102 Winter 2010 Midterm One Yellow Version...

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1 of 6 Biology 102 Winter 2010 Midterm One Yellow Version Name _____________________________ TA _______________________________ Directions, please: 1) Use a #2 pencil 2) Fill in and bubble your last name on your answer sheet. 3) Fill in and bubble your OSU dot number in the “ identification number ”. 4) Write your Recitation Instructor’s name in at the top of your scantron (Dan, Hunter, Justin, or TJ). 5) Write the color of your exam at the top of your scantron. 6) Write your recitation time and day at the top of your scantron 7) Make sure that your exam is returned to your TA in the correct pile for your exam color and recitation time.
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2 of 6 1. Trisomy 21 is also known as: A) Huntington’s disease B) Burkitt’s lymphoma C) Turner’s syndrome D) Down syndrome 2. What does the Ames Test directly determine? A) If a compound is mutagenic B) If a compound is colored C) If a compound can be released into the environment D) If a compound stimulates the growth of bacteria 3. In the absence of medical intervention, what would happen if an Rh-negative woman became pregnant for a second time with a baby with Rh-positive blood? A) The pregnancy would spontaneously self-terminate. B) Antibodies from the baby would attack the mother’s blood. C) Antibodies from the mother would attack the baby’s blood. D) Antigens from the mother would convert the baby’s blood to Rh-negative. 4. With the extinction of Homo neanderthalensis and Homo florsensiensis , Homo sapiens was left as the only living primate. A) True B) False 5. In a consanguineous relationship, the partners are: A) members of the same sex B) members of the same religion C) members of the same family D) members of the same blood type 6. The genetic code is said to be redundant because: A) There are 20 amino acids, many of which can perform the same function. B) There are many similar genes, so if one is inactivated by a mutation, others can compensate and perform the missing function. C) Some amino acids are encoded by more than one codon, e.g. GGG, GGU, GGA and GGC all code for glycine. D)
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