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D. whole-exome sequencing
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 2 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsLinkage analysis determines
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A species that is well studied so that we can learn more about the way we work is call a ________.
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 4 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsAn individual may have a mutation that causes them to break down a drug much more quickly than normal people. They were then provided with a higher dose, which was effective in treating the disease. This is an example of ________.
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 5 of 101.0/ 1.0 Points________ hotspots can decrease the accuracy of linkage maps.A. PhysicalB. VariableC. Microsatellite
D. CytogeneticE. Recombination
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 6 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsThree fish species are models for understanding different aspects of genes. Read the descriptions and decide what sort of genetics each is used for.A. Genome analysisB. Evolutionary genetics of skeletal structuresC. Developmental genetics
2. Danio rerio– The zebrafish common to amateur aquaria. Many color morphs are available, they breed readily, and embryos are transparent. ________3. Three-spined stickleback – Stickleback species have variable structure of the bony vertebrae and different numbers of spines on the back. ________ Feedback:CorrectQuestion 7 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsBefore cellular DNA can be subjected to gel electrophoresis, what needs to happen?
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Feedback:CorrectQuestion 8 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsIsolating all of the RNA out of an organism, subjecting it to reverse transcriptase, and then cloning allof the resulting DNA into plasmids is the process of creating
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 9 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsHow can scientists tell how closely related two organisms are?A. the more genes they share, the more similarB. by looking at common features, like eye color, hair color, and number of armsC. by the number of chromosomes that look the sameD. by determining their family trees through genealogy
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 10 of 101.0/ 1.0 PointsA change in the level of an individual protein in a diseased cell is known as a

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