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Exam 3a - Exam 3 Questions 7-12 Shown below are two...

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Exam 3 Questions 7-12: Shown below are two chromosomes in their normal state. Answer questions below regarding the different chromosomal rearrangements involving these chromosomes. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N T U V W X Y Z Chromosome 14 Chromosome 21 7. Which of the above chromosomal rearrangements can be generated by unequal crossing over between two direct repeats on the two chromosome 14 homologs? *THIS QUESTION HAS MORE THAN ONE CORRECT ANSWER a. ABCDEBCDEFG.HIJKLMN-a b. ABCG.HIJKLMN -b c. ABCDEFG.HIMLKJN d. ABCDLKJIH.GFEMN e. ABCDEFG.HIVWXYZ 8. Which of the above chromosomal rearrangements can be generated by unequal crossing over between a direct repeats on chromosomes 14 and an identical direct repeat on chromosome 21? 9. Which of the following describes a PERICENTRIC INVERSION on chromosome 14? 10. Which of the following rearrangements generate acentric and dicentric chromosomes?
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11. Which of the above chromosomal rearrangements can be generated by non-homologous end joining of double stranded breaks? a. ABCDEBCDEFG.HIJKLMN b. ABCG.HIJKLMN c. ABCDEFG.HIMLKJN d. ABCDLKJIH.GFEMN-d e. ABCDEFG.HIVWXYZ-e 12. Which of the above chromosomal rearrangements can be generated by non-homologous end joining of double stranded breaks between two acrocentric chromosomes?
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