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Question 14 of 400.0/ 2.5 PointsMany cancers are often associated with ________
A. deletionB. duplicationC. translocationD. transpositionE. inversionFeedback:Learning Objective: Describe how errors in chromosome structure occur throughinversions and translocationsQuestion 15 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat causes RNA polymerase to stall so that the rho protein bumps into it and knocks it off theDNA?
C. a region rich in A-T nucleotidesD. hairpin loop of G and C nucleotidesFeedback:Learning Objective: Describe how and when transcription is terminatedQuestion 16 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsA mutation changing an alanine to a glycine would likely have little effect on the proteinfunction since they are both small, ________, amino acids.
E. polarFeedback:CorrectQuestion 17 of 400.0/ 2.5 PointsIf a human has straight hair or curly hair they are homozygous for that trait. Given an individualwith wavy hair who is heterozygous (meaning they inherited the curly hair trait from one parent,and the straight hair trait from the other), but are phenotypically wavy-haired, this is an exampleof what type of genetic expression?
Feedback:Incorrect-Learning Objective Text: Identify non-Mendelian inheritance patterns such as incompletedominance, codominance, recessive lethals, multiple alleles, and sex linkageQuestion 18 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsProkaryotes are able to perform transcription and translation at the same time because they lack
A. transcription bubblesB. ribosomesC. plasmidsD. a nucleusE. a plasma membrane
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 19 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat is a major difference between DNA polymerase I and DNA polymerase III?
B. DNA polymerase I synthesizes DNA on lagging strands and DNA polymerase IIIsynthesizes DNA on leading strandsC. DNA polymerase I repairs DNA and DNA polymerase III synthesizes DNA in the 3׳to 5׳directionD. DNA polymerase I synthesizes DNA in the 5׳to 3׳direction and DNA polymerase IIIsynthesizes on lagging strandsFeedback:CorrectQuestion 20 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhy do bacteria not need telomerase?
D. Bacteria do not go through cell divisionE. Bacteria have a similar functioning enzymeFeedback:Correct

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