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PS_7_older - Bio 115 Winter 2005 Problem set#7 1 What is a...

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Bio 115, Winter 2005 March 4, 2005 Problem set #7, - 1 - 1. What is a T-loop? What function is it thought to perform? 2. You perform a fluorescence in situ hybridization on human mitotic chromosomes using a probe derived from the centromere of chromosome #3. What do you observe? 3. How does the position of a centromere along the length of a chromosome (i.e. middle vs near the end) affect its function? Circle the letter(s) for all of the statements below that are true. 4 . A replicon is: A. an enzyme complex that replicates DNA B. the amount of time required to duplicate a genome C. larger in complex eukaryotes and smaller in bacteria D. the DNA sequences that specify and are replicated by a single replication initiation event. E. may include a terminator F. a term that only applies to eukaryotic DNA replication 5. The lagging strand of a DNA replication fork: A. is replicated at a much slower rate than the leading strand B. is replicated discontinuously C. got its name because it is replicated after synthesis of the leading strand is
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