Ch. 12 HW - Ch.12 HW MCQ: 1) Viral chromosomes exist in a...

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Ch.12 HW MCQ: 1) Viral chromosomes exist in a variety of structures and can be made up of the following; A) Protein- or lipid-coding sequences B) DNA only C) DNA or RNA D) RNA only E) DNA, RNA or protein 2) In E.coli, the genetic material is composed of A) Circular, double-stranded DNA B) Linear, double-stranded DNA C) RNA and protein D) Circular, double-stranded RNA E) Polypeptide chains 3) Eukaryotic chromosomes contain two general domains that relate to the degree of condensation. These two regions are A) Heterochromatin and euchromatin B) Uniform in the genetic information they contain C) Separated by large sketches of repetitive DNA D) Each void of typical protein-coding sequences of DNA E) Void of introns 4) In human chromosomes, satellite DNA sequences of about 170 base pairs in length are present in tandem arrays of up to 1 million base pairs. Found mainly in centromere regions, they are called A) Telomeres B) Primers C) Alphoid families D) Euchromatic regions E) Telomere-associated sequences
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Ch. 12 HW - Ch.12 HW MCQ: 1) Viral chromosomes exist in a...

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