hw10 - during each phase and c what distinguishing feature...

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BIO 5099 Homework Assignment #10 Name _____________________________________ Due start of class, Thursday October 31 th . Boo! Late assignments are not accepted, show your work for partial credit. Assignments may be e-mailed to: [email protected] or [email protected] anytime, or faxed to (303) 556-2889 between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Define in your own words. No example necessary, but your definition must be complete to receive full credit: 1. (2pts) Replicon 2. (2pts) Kinetochore 3. (2pts) Homologous recombination 4. (2pts) Protist 5. (2pts) Ubiquitin
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6. (4pts) Why is DNA replication much slower in eukaryotes versus prokaryotes? Give two reasons. 7. (6pts) Describe a) the four stages of mitosis, b) generally, what is occurring
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Unformatted text preview: during each phase, and c) what distinguishing feature of each phase allows you to distinguish it from the others? 8. (4pts) Why does horizontal gene transmission make cladistics and phylogenetic tree determination difficult? 9. (4pts) Why does symbiosis increase the likelihood of horizontal gene transmission? 10. 11 (4pts) Briefly describe an experiment that would allow a scientist to identify a gene homolog in humans and yeast, given the DNA sequence for the yeast gene. 11. (4pts) For humans, list a) the major folding levels of DNA, b) what molecules are involved in each , and c) the approximate width of each structure. 12. (4pts) Discuss two distinct cell processes that utilize ubiquitin....
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