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2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 PointsPart 1 of 1 -85.0/ 100.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 40Which population would be more likely to be affected by genetic drift?A. oak trees in CanadaB. mosquitoes in WisconsinC. cats in New York CityD. snails on an island in the Mississippi RiverFeedback: CorrectQuestion 2 of 40Large scale adaptations of the two-hybrid technique have allowed for determiningmany protein interactions at once usingFeedback: CorrectQuestion 3 of 40A species of fly lives in a canyon. Some of the flies prefer the side that gets sunlightduring the day, while others prefer the shade. Over time, they develop different mutations and start tomate with those that prefer the same conditions. What would this be due to?Feedback: CorrectQuestion 4 of 40An individual may have a mutation that causes them to break down a drug much morequickly than normal people. They were then provided with a higher dose, which was effective intreating the disease. This is an example of ________.
2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 PointsB. toxic drug assayC. pharmacogenomicsD. medical allele variationFeedback: CorrectQuestion 5 of 40In E. coli, what happens when glucose levels fall?A. anabolic operons are downregulated to preserve energy and allow for cell growthB. cAMP binds to CAP, which will then promote transcription of operons involved in using carbonsources other than glucoseC. lactose binds to the lacoperon which increases the production of glucose inside the cellD. methylation of the histone proteins increases the accessibility of transcription for other energysources.Feedback: CorrectQuestion 6 of 40A change in the level of an individual protein in a diseased cell is known as aB. protein signatureC. metabolomeD. biomarkerFeedback: CorrectQuestion 7 of 40The expression of different characteristics due to having different alleles or differencesin expressing allele combinations is known as