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Total Points for tliis exam: 135 points (75 Multiple Choice ; 60 Written )
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Instructions: Failure to follow instructions correctly will result in point deductions o . Enter your name on all the pages of this exam and on the computer answer sheet. - 1 ~ Enter your Student ID# on this exam and on the computer answer sheet beginning with the left most column (there will be a blank column remaining on the right). Fill in the corresponding bubbles on the computer answer sheet for your ID number. - Questions l through 25 are Multiple Choice questions worth 3 points each. For each Multiple Choice . question circle your answer on this exam and F111 in the appropriate bubble on your computer answer sheet. For Multiple Choice questions you should choose the SINGLE EE answer only. 0 Questions 26 through 29 are written answefs to be answered only on your exam. Point value is indicated by a number in parentheses suffixed with the letter p. . Multiple Choice D 1) Q In the absence of a proton gradient the POF, complex ofthe chloroplast will B) Do nothing C) hydrolyze ATP to ADP and Pi while pumping protons out 'of the stroma D) hydrolyze ATP to ADP and Pi while pumping protons into the stroma E) allow a net flow of protons into the stroma with no ATP hydrolysis Q 2) The centromeres of human chromosomes cover long stretches of DNA. The long centromeres of human chromosomes are primarily composed of A) euchromatin B) genes essential for the centromsre function C) heterochromatin D) telomeres A s A 3) Proteins targeted to the chloroplast are A) imported post-translationally through a tianslocon B) imported during translation using SRP . C) inserted folded through vesicle fusion D) none ofthe above
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“ 4),' Exon skipping is a form of C) regulation of gene expression D) post translational gene regulation E) B'an_d C are both correct F) B, C, and D are all correct _ D 5) Nuclear Pores are protein channels that span the nuclear double membrane. Passage
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course BIO 3036 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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Spring2002.pdf - Total Points for tliis exam: 135 points...

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