MolExam1_2010key - Spring 2010 Molecular Biology Exam #1 -...

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Molecular Exam 1, 2010 Page 1 of 5 Spring 2010 Molecular Biology Exam #1 - Learning the Tools There is no time limit on this test, though I have tried to design one that you should be able to complete in 4 hours or less. You are not allowed to use your notes, any books, any electronic sources except those specified in the exam, nor are you allowed to discuss the test with anyone until all exams have been submitted. YOUR PRINTED EXAM ANSWERS ARE DUE AT 12:30 ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 . You may use a calculator and/or ruler. The answers to the questions must be typed into a new word file. When you are asked to draw a picture, you may draw in Word, or draw by hand. Make sure you write neatly if you do it by hand – print neatly. If I cannot read it, you don’t get points. Submit your typed answers in hard copy please. There are 4 pages for this exam, including this cover sheet. -3 Pts if you do not follow this direction: Please do not write or type your name on any page other than this cover page. Staple all your pages (INCLUDING THE TEST PAGES) together when finished with the exam. Name (please print here): Write out the full pledge and sign: On my honor I have neither given nor received unauthorized information regarding this work, I have followed and will continue to observe all regulations regarding it, and I am unaware of any violation of the Honor Code by others. How long did this exam take you to complete (excluding typing)?
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Molecular Exam 1, 2010 Page 2 of 5 12 pts. 1. For many years, students who have taken my Molecular Biology course have applied for lab tech jobs right after graduation. I have NEVER had a student fail to get a job before graduation. One reason for this is that all my students learn to make solutions. Here are four problems that could keep you off the unemployed college graduate list. a) You take an optical density reading of a DNA sample but it is too concentrated to give you
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course BIOL 3800 taught by Professor Gross during the Spring '03 term at North Texas.

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MolExam1_2010key - Spring 2010 Molecular Biology Exam #1 -...

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