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Homework06 - BIS101/Draper Week#6 suggested problems and...

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BIS101/Draper Week#6 suggested problems and homework Problems suggest for the whole class – these are not to be turned in, but are for practice/study aid. 8 th edition Chapter 9: 1, 3, 4, 7, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 29 9 th edition Chapter 9: 1, 3, 4, 7, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 32 101D assignment #6 is listed on the next page (due the week of May 11). These questions are taken directly from past test. The key to the 101D assignment will be posted on SmartSite May 15 after 1:00pm.
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1. Rushi, a graduate student in a UCD research lab, has identified three mutations that cause zebrafish germ cells (the cells that produce sperm and eggs) to die, thus resulting in sterile fish. His complementation analysis indicated that all three mutations are in the same gene. After determining the location of the gene by mapping, Rushi sequenced the wild-type allele and found that it contained a single intron, and can encode a protein of 356 amino acids. a. What is the minimum number of nucleotides in the protein-coding part of this zebrafish gene? Show your work.
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