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The rapid evolution of hiv is aided by pick all that

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Question 7 of 22 4.0 Points The rapid evolution of HIV is aided by? Pick ALL that apply: A. a large population size B. population bottlenecks C. its small size D. its multiple origins from SIV E. error-prone reverse transcription (leading to a high mutation rate) F. a short generation time G. the similarity of chimpanzees to humans H. none of the above Mark for Review What's This? Question 8 of 22 4.0 Points For what reason(s) was the Miller-Urey experiment significant? Pick ALL that apply: Mark for Review What's This? Question 9 of 22 4.0 Points What is the specific mechanism(s) of action by which AZT combats HIV? Pick ALL that apply: Mark for Review What's This? Question 10 of 22 4.0 Points
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4/5/13 8:17 PM 2013 Problem Set 1 on Evolution Lectures 1-3 Page 4 of 8 https://coursework.stanford.edu/portal/tool/1c2f43e9-1653-4e97-98f7-93a4fbb2cb09/jsf/delivery/beginTakingAssessment A certain virus (Virus A) mutates at a rate of 10^-5/nucleotide/generation. Another Virus (Virus B) has a mutation rate of 10^-4/nucleotide/generation. You isolate and sequence multiple virus A and virus B genomes and find that the degree of sequence divergence within the Virus A population is higher than that within the Virus B population. Which of the following can possibly explain this observation? Pick ALL that apply:
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