Lab1_AGH corrected

Lab1_AGH corrected - Page 1 of 4 Score: 39/40 = 97.5%...

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Page 1 of 4 Score: 39/40 = 97.5% Fantastic!! Problems worked incorrectly:  (Points given for creditable attempt) 8 ( -1) Alireza, you did a wonderful job with the concepts in this Unit.  Your hard work is paying  off. You did an excellent job on these problems!! :-) To improve your score, please take a look at my feedback in the other attached file for  any details you may have missed and compare your answers to the essay questions  with the answers in that file for test review.  :-) Name:   Alireza Ghoorchian Lab Worksheet 1 SCI214 – Integrated Science Lab 1: Biotechnology  – Control groups, and independent and dependent variables. Instructions At least three experiments must be  conducted using an appropriate  experimental design.   Each experiment should be repeated  three times  under   no low and high infestation conditions, and the average taken for  the values (sum of observations/3).  Record your data on the data table  below and answer the lab questions.   This lab exercise/worksheet is  valued at a maximum of 40 points. Prelab Questions (2 points each) Answer the following four questions with as much detail as possible by entering your response in  the box below the question. Please complete these questions before conducting the experiment. Question 1:   What is the European Cork Borer and why would farmers be concerned if any were present  in their corn fields? Response to Question 1
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Page 2 of 4   The European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) is a pest of grain, particularly maize . The insect is native to Europe originally infesting varieties of millet including broom corn . Because of the effect that some products have on the environment and also the lost of corn can be very expensive. (Source: Wikipedia) Question 2:   Bacillus thuringiensis   is a bacterium that produces a crystalline poison that is deadly to  certain insects.  What is the name of the gene that codes for the protein and how have geneticists used 
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