STUDY QUESTIONS FINAL EXAM FALL 2009

STUDY QUESTIONS FINAL EXAM FALL 2009 - USC BIO E101 WOLFF...

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USC BIO E101 WOLFF STUDY QUESTIONS FINAL EXAM FALL 2009 According to Beadle and Tatum’s ideas, how many genes are needed to convert A to B (using enzyme A), B to C (using enzyme B), and then C to D (using enzyme C)? a. 1; b. 2; c. 3; d. 4; e. 5. If A, B, and C (in above question) are all required for growth, a fungal strain that is mutant for the gene encoding enzyme A would be able to grow on which of the following media? A. minimal medium B. minimal medium supplemented with nutrient "A" only C. minimal medium supplemented with nutrient "B" only D. minimal medium supplemented with nutrient "C" only E. minimal medium supplemented with nutrients "A" and "C" The nitrogenous base adenine is found in all members of which group? A. proteins, triglycerides, and testosterone? B. proteins, ATP, and DNA; C. ATP, RNA, and DNA; D. alpha glucose, ATP, and DNA; E. proteins, carbohydrates, and ATP If proteins were composed of only 12 different kinds of amino acids, what would be the smallest possible codon size in a genetic system with four different nucleotides? A. 1;
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course BIOL E101 taught by Professor Dr.wolff during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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