Set 6 - Problem Set 6 Bi9 Cell Biology Instructions: *...

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Problem Set 6 Bi9 Cell Biology Instructions: * There are 3 Parts. * Type your answers. * Print and turn in 3 separate sheets. 1 sheet for each part. All answers for each part should not fill more than one page. If you indeed have included all necessary points to make your argument/answer, a short answer will not lose you any points. * DO NOT staple the sheets together, since you will…… * Write your FULL NAME on every page. * Problem Set 6 is due on Tuesday May 17th at 5 pm. A box will be available on the first floor of Broad to turn in your work. * Be sure to cite any sources you use besides Molecular Biology of the Cell, lecture or recitation. If you use websites, include link and date accessed. Based on “The RAD9 Gene Controls the Cell Cycle Response to DNA Damage in Saccharomyces cerevisiae ” by Ted A. Weinert and Leland H. Hartwell, Science, 1988
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Part I (20 points) Carefully read the description of yeast morphology and cell cycle stage in the introduction, and the details and results of the first experimental setup. You decide to repeat the experiment described in Figure 1B. By some statistical miracle you only see single cells and large budded cells in the following distribution: A. (2 points) At 0 hrs, 75% percent of your cells are in what cell cycle phase? B. (12 points)
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Set 6 - Problem Set 6 Bi9 Cell Biology Instructions: *...

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