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LecFinalSG11Sp - BIO 6B LECTURE FINAL STUDY GUIDE BRIAN M...

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Page 1 of 4 B IO 6B L ECTURE F INAL S TUDY G UIDE BRIAN MCCAULEY/SPRING 2011 The final will cover both review material that was covered on previous midterms and new material covered in class after midterm 3. There will be 40-50 multiple-choice questions, some covering review material and some covering new material. There will be one essay question; it will be worth 20-25 points. Date & Time The final exam will be Friday, June 24, 9:15-11:15, in the lecture room. Be on time. Coming in late disturbs other students who are taking the exam. Review multiple-choice questions The review multiple-choice questions will be very similar or even identical to those that were on the midterms. Your study guide for those questions should be your old midterms and study guides. New multiple-choice questions: important concepts Meiosis: Haploid vs. diploid. Do these terms apply equally to prokaryotes & eukaryotes? Which cells in your body are haploid and which are diploid? Locus & allele: How many copies of a locus would you find in a diploid cell? A haploid cell? At a given locus, how many different alleles could there be in a sperm cell? How many in a diploid cell? Homologous chromosomes: When do they exist in your cells? What do they do during mitosis? What do they do during meiosis? Are homologs identical? What happens to the homologs during DNA replication? During gene expression? Sister chromatids: When are they identical, and when aren’t they? What happens to them during mitosis? What happens to them during meiosis division I? During meiosis II? Mechanisms of meiosis. What happens in each division? When do the cells stop being diploid? When does DNA replication occur? Synapsis & Crossing over. When does it occur? What crosses over? Tetrads. Why is it called a tetrad? How many homologous chromosomes are there? How many different alleles could there be at a given locus? How many copies of the DNA are there? Syngamy Mendelian genetics: Mendel’s pea plant experiments. How did he do it? Why were true breeding strains important? Monohybrid cross.
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course BIOL 6a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at DeAnza College.

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LecFinalSG11Sp - BIO 6B LECTURE FINAL STUDY GUIDE BRIAN M...

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