PSYC 211- Midterm 1 Review

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Unformatted text preview: cause a gene to become inac1ve later in the organism’s life Gene1c methods: True/False 1)  2)  3)  4)  5)  An1sense oligonucleo1des prevent the synthesis of a protein by knocking out the gene responsible for its produc1on – FALSE, an1sense oligonucleo1des prevent mRNA from producing a par1cular protein, it does not influence the gene1c makeup Dizygo1c twins share 50% gene1c material while monozygo1c twins are gene1cally iden1cal - TRUE Concordance rates are used in adop1on studies to determine whether the child shares more traits with his/her biological parents or adop1ve parents- FALSE, concordance rates are used in twin studies to determine how oRen the trait shows up in both twins Linkage studies sequence the en1re genome across diverse popula1ons of people to determine whether differences in genomes correlate with the presence of traits – FALSE, this describes genome- wide associa1on studies. Linkage studies look at trait variability within a family to iden1fy markers Targeted muta1ons can remove a gene from birth or cause a gene to become inac1ve later in the organism’s life – TRUE, knock out genes remove the gene from birth, condi1onal knock outs can cause the gene to become inac1ve later in the organisms life An1sense oligonucleo1de: (Robinson, 2004 ) doi:10.1371/ journal.pbio.0020028 Ques1ons Chapter 5? VISION – CH6 Question At night, I let lots through. During the day, I let less through. What am I? a)  Lens b)  Pupil c)  Iris d)  Fibrous tunic e)  Vascular tunic Question At night, I let lots through. During the day, I let less through. What am I? a)  Lens b)  Pupil c)  Iris d)  Fibrous tunic e)  Vascular tunic Question Which is the correct order in which light passes through the eye? a)  Pupil – lens – photoreceptors – bipolar cells – retinal ganglion cells b)  Lens – pupil – retinal ganglion cells – bipolar cells – photoreceptors c)  Pupil – lens – retinal ganglion cells – bipolar cell...
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