quiz 6 - 1) Somatic mutations pass on to progeny. T, F. 2)...

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1) Somatic mutations pass on to progeny. T, F . 2) Genes can be altered by : a. Gene deletion b. Gene addition c. Gene elongation d. All the above e. None of the above 3) Gene duplication can occur by: a. Transcription of the gene twice b. Elongation of the gene by the hydrolase enzyme c. Cross over between repeated sequences on homologous chromosomes d. All the above. 4) Transposable elements can rearrange exons by cleaving a segment of the DNA between the ends of the same element and insert it into the middle of another gene. T, F . 5) Chromosome 22 contains approximately: a. 2% of the entire human genome b. 20% of the human genome c. 30% of the human genome d. 50% of the human genome 6) Conjugation is a process in which bacteria can: a. Vertically transfer genes b. Horizontally transfer genes. c. Form a bridge between their cytoplasms d. A and C e. B and C 7) In the fluorescence-activated cell sorter, cells are isolated depending on : a. The size of the droplets, that contain cells, is larger than the size of other droplets b. Wavelength generated by droplets that contain cells after being excited with
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