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Study Guide 4 - Biology 105C Fall 2007 Study Guide for Exam...

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Biology 105C Fall 2007: Study Guide for Exam 4 This is only a GUIDE. As such, it is only a starting place for studying. You are responsible for all material covered in lecture. Use your textbook as a reference guide to help you understand your lecture notes while studying. Remember, the more active your studying, the more effective. Passive studying like reading and rereading over and over won’t help you to really KNOW the material. Don’t get caught in the trap of thinking you can recognize something on a test because it sounds familiar; it almost never works! Chapter 12 – Genes and Cancer 1. Define cancer, metastasis, carcinogen. 2. Compare and contrast inherited and sporadic forms of cancer. 3. Describe how mutations can give rise to cancer. 4. Identify environmental factors that can cause cancer. 5. Identify genetic factors that give rise to cancer. 6. Define: tumor suppressor gene, proto-oncogene and oncogene.
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