Final+Fall+10+-+Answer_Key (2)

Final+Fall+10+-+Answer_Key (2) - BIS101-01, Fall 2010 Dr....

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BIS101-01, Fall 2010 Dr. D. J. Kliebenstein, Instructor Final Exam Please print your name and ID number on page 2 and the rest of the exam. Do not print your ID number on the first page. The exam has 12 questions and a total of 160 points For full credit, show all of your work. AUTHORIZATION FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION OF GRADED PAPERS OR EXAMINATIONS I,_________________________________, Authorize the University to publicly distribute my graded exam (e.g., handed out in class or left in an exam bin) for BIS101-01. If I do not sign, then I must see the instructor to pick up my exam. Signed:_______________________________________ Dated:__________________________________
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1 ____ ___ 2 ____ ___ 3 ____ ___ 4 ____ ___ 5 ____ ___ 6 ____ ___ 7 ____ ___ 8 ____ ___ 9 ____ ___ 10 ____ ___ 11 ____ ___ 12 ____ ___ Total ________
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1. (14 points total /2 pts each) For each phrase on the left, choose the number of the best matching term on the right. Source of mutation not requiring any external influence.____12_ ____ Repair mechanism that occurs during replication.____24 _____ C to G mutations are _____23________ _ UV-B light primarily activates_______1 4_____ Repair that occurs after replication ______1________ _ Slipped mispairing could cause a deletion in any_______16___ _______ Repair mechanism that occurs right after replication ____1______ 1. mismatch repair 2. photoreacti vation repair protein 3. transitions 4. purine dimers 5. transformati ons 6. pyrimidine dimers 7. Photolyase 8. deaminatio n 9. Meiosis 10. gap repair 11. 5’ to 3’ exonucleas e 12. isoforms 13. TTAGAAGA AGAAGAA GAACTT 14. thymidine dimer 15. transition 16. microsatellit e 17. TTATCGAT GCTACGT T 18. p53 protein 19. Transcriptio n 20. Replication 21. excision repair 22. Oxidative damage 23. transversio n 24. 3’ to 5’ exonucleas e
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Name: ______________________________                          ID: _______________________________ 2. A researcher studying antler color in Christmas reindeer found a number of popular mutants with Red antlers. Thinking that these might be advantageous in obtaining jobs at Walmart during the holiday season the researcher went on to do a complementation analysis. The researcher was able to show that all mutant lines were true breeding and then did all of the pairwise crosses as shown below (15). Color Genotype Wildtype Black AABBCC Mutant 1 Red a 1 a 1 BBCC Mutant 2 Red a 2 a 2 BBCC Mutant 3 Red AAb 1 b 1 CC Mutant 4 Red dominant Can’t tell Mutant 5 Red AAb 2 b 2 CC Mutant 6 Red AABBcc A. How many different genes were altered in the above mutants using just the information from the table (3)? Three genes were altered B. Write in the genotypes for mutants number 1 through 6 above (6) C. Describe the relationship of all alleles at any gene you have identified (2) All mutant alleles are recessive to WT and that is all you can say. D.
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