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1 Q: The limit of resolution is the distance that two objects need to be separated in order to be seen as independent structures rather than one structure. What is the theoretical limit of resolution for a conventional light microscope? A. 5 nm B. 0.2 microns C. 1 micron D. The width of a membrane E. The circumference of a typical nucleus Clicker questions 1/18/12-1/23/12 Q: Membranes are made of phospholipids. Pohospholipids are amphipathic. What is an amphipathic molecule? A. Made of proteins and carbohydrates B. Can act as an acid or a base C. Is both hydrophobic and hydrophilic D. One that is polar E. Helical
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Clicker question Q: You have a mutant strain of bacteria that is cold sensitive. At 34°C it grows as fast as wild-type (22 hour doubling time). At 22°C its doubling time is 59 hours. You have been told this mutation is in a gene that affects lipid dynamics. You therefore should propose the following hypothesis: The mutation is in a gene that normally encodes a protein that__________. A.
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course BIS 104 taught by Professor Scholey during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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