Ch 16 HW - Ch. 16 HW MCQ: 1) Nutritional mutations can be...

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Ch. 16 HW Instructor: Dr.Sanghamitra Mohanty MCQ: 1) Nutritional mutations can be defined as A) Those mutations that do not allow an organism to grow on minimal medium, but do allow the organism to grow on complete medium. B) Those mutations that change the composition of the medium. C) Those mutations that change the nutritional requirement of the organism D) Those mutations that belong to the group called prototrophs E) Those mutations that are caused by site-specific mutagenesis. 2) Conditional mutations are more likely to result from which of the following alterations to the coding region of a gene? A) a mutation caused by a base addition or deletion B) a mutation caused by a base addition C) a mutation caused by X rays D) a mutation caused by an insertion E) a mutation caused by a tautomeric shift 3) Name two mutagens that would be classified as base analogs. A) acridin orange and proflavin B) ethylmethane sulfonate and ethylmethylketone peroxide C) UV ray and cosmic radiation D) 5-bromouracil and 2-aminopurine E) Hydroxyurea and peroxidase
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Ch 16 HW - Ch. 16 HW MCQ: 1) Nutritional mutations can be...

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