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34. The flow of genetic information is from: (a) RNA to DNA to proteins (b) Proteins to DNA to RNA (c) DNA to RNA to Protein (d) Protein to RNA to DNA (e) These three compounds are unrelated
35. The process of converting DNA into an mRNA intermediate is called:
36. The conversion of the RNA code into a polypeptide protein chain is called:
37. The use of biological sciences to manipulate organisms or specific genes inside organisms is called:
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(b) ornithology (c) biotechnology (d) radiology (e) symbology 38. In this type of horizontal DNA transfer between two bacteria, the genetic material is delivered by the help of a bacteriophage (virus). (a) translation (b) transduction (c) conjugation (d) transformation (e) transcription
39. One theory which explains why cloned animals cannot live as long or as healthy as the original is:
40. Which of the following is an example of “classical” biotechnology science?
43. When dogs become overheated, they pant. During panting, blood flow to the tounge increases and this circulates heat from the center of their body to where it can be dissipated. This is an example of
45. Three of the following are hypotheses concerning the dung beetle's behavior, select the exception. A. The dung beetles store the balls of dung to feed on later. B. The dung beetles lay eggs in the balls of dung and young will eat the dung when they hatch.
C. Only female dung beetles roll balls of dung. D. Only female dung beetles roll balls of dung E. The dung beetles use the balls of dung to construct nests. 46. You hypothesize that dung beetles lay eggs in the balls of dung and the young hatch and feed on the dung. Three of the following are reasonable predictions concerning your hypothesis, select the exception

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