Spring03_Exam1 - Genetics 380, Spring 2003 Examination #1...

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Genetics 380, Spring 2003 Examination #1 There were two instructors and a different textbook. The exam does not add up to 100 points because two questions have been removed since they involve topics that will be covered after exam 1 this year. Dr. Passmore’s section Part I Multiple choice. Circle the letter for the best answer. (6 points total) DNA in eukaryotes is a. helical b. double stranded c. anti-parallel d. all of the above e. none of the above The genetic material of bacteria is arranged in a _________ molecule of ________. a. linear DNA b. circular DNA c. linear RNA d. circular RNA e. both linear and circular DNA What is the proper name of the structure depicted to the right? a. deoxyguanosine 5’- monophophate b. adenine 5’ - monophophate c. deoxyguanosine d. guanosine e. none of the above Telomeres a. are made up of histones and DNA. b. are specialized chromosome structures that allow for the attachment of spindle fibers. c. function to protect the ends of chromosomes from enzymatic degradation. d. are found only in some viruses. e. none of the above. Part II – Written and Problems Q.1 (2 points) Why was S 35 used to label T2 bacteriophage in the Hershey and Chase Experiment. Be concise!
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Spring03_Exam1 - Genetics 380, Spring 2003 Examination #1...

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