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exam2 2 - Student name(100 pts total AGR 3303 Genetics 13...

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Student name ____________________________ (100 pts total) AGR 3303 - Genetics 13 Nov 2000 University of Florida - Fort Lauderdale Exam #2: MOLECULAR GENETICS Multiple choice (54 pts, 3 pts each) Please read these carefully . One and only one response (a, b, c, d, or e) completely and correctly answers the question, or completes the statement. Circle the appropriate response and turn in this exam. Make sure your circle is unambiguous. 1. What can you say about an organism with the following base composition? A (adenine)= 18% T (thymine)= 31% G (guanine)= 31% C (cytosine)=20% a. Its genetic material is probably double-stranded RNA b. This organism must have single-stranded DNA c. This organism must have double-stranded DNA d. This organism has collinearity between the pyrimidines and the purines e. This is mitochondrial DNA 2. If an experiment had used radioactively labeled human insulin DNA, in a microbial synthesis, what would you expect to find in the insulin protein produced (think carefully about this): 3. Frameshift mutations are observed because:
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AGR 3303 - Genetics, University of Florida - Fort Lauderdale Page 2/10 4. Human insulin can be produced by bacteria, using human DNA, which proves: 5. Which statement is true of the double helix? a. T pairs involve two hydrogen bonds b. purine pairs with purine c. heating causes the strands to anneal d. G pairs with T e. U pairs with T
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