Public Health and Individual Freedom
As we always wanted, public health is the crucial role in fostering the
development of the entire society. However, some people argue that it is individual
freedom should be regarded as the first place. Although we hav
X107A, Fall 2000. Final exam answer key.
Answer key (brief)
1. The Gln codons are CA(A/G), written 53. The complement would appear to be
GU(U/C). But we want one tRNA to read both codons, and the wobble rules allow us to use U
to read both the A/G. So we
X107A Test #2, Fall 2000, Answer Key
Very nice! 14 = A; 13.5 = A-; 13 = B+; 11 = B; 10 = B-; 9 = C+; 7 = C; 5 = C-.
Mean = 13.4, median = 14.5 (only 0.5 below that for Test 1). Top scores = 18, 2 at 17.
Estimate your current course grade by averaging the
UC Extension Mol Biol X107A Final exam, 12/14/00.
Total points: 16
Closed book. We will provide a genetic code (separate page) and wobble table (below).
You may also use your note page.
If in doubt about what a question mean
UC Extension Mol Biol X107A Test #2, Due 11/16/00.
Total points: 18
Take home test, Ch 6-11 (consistent with class coverage of these chapters, as presented in the
handouts, and noted at the web site Updates page).
A sketch similar to
UC Extension Mol Biol X107A Test #1, 10/12/00.
Total points: 18
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Closed book. You may use one page of your own notes.
If in doubt about what a question means, please ask.
Your reasons are as important a
X107A Test #1, Fall 2000, Answer Key
Tests were good.
15 = A, 14 = B+, 12 = B, 11 = B-, 8 = C.
Mean = 14.3, median = 15. High scores: 2 at 18, 3 at 17.5.
This is a time to evaluate how you are doing. People take the course with different
backgrounds and n
47.2: Morphogenesis in animals involves specific changes in cell shape, position and survival DEFINITIONS Morphogensis- The cellular and tissue-based processes by which an animal body takes shape. Gastrulation- In animal development, a series of cell and