Name_GEN 4200/6200 Exam 1 Fall 2013
Answer each of the following questions in complete sentences in the space provided. If
there is not enough room, continue on the back of the page, identifying each question by
number if more than one continues to the ba
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l. Why was the ability to observe cells with a microscope crucial to the foundation of
a. Microscopes allowed the observation of chromosomes in the nucleus. and
Final Exam Study Guide: Genetics
Chapter 18 Developmental Genetics
Initially, each cell is totipotent.
Totipotent is the potential of a cell to develop into any other cell type
A cell becomes committed by a process called determination.
Determination is a
Name_GEN 4200/6200 Final Exam Fall 2013
This exam has a total of 107 points, 30 of which are comprehensive (from past exams).
There is also a 5 point bonus question on new material at the end.
1) In development, cells carrying the same genome are specifie
Name_GEN4200/6200 Exam 3 2013
Choose one of the following questions and answer it in essay form in the space provided
(you may use the back of the page if necessary. (20 pts)
1. Compare and contrast the processes of prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcriptio
Genetics Exam 1 Study Guide
Transmission genetics- explains why you look the way that you do.
Genetics Through History
10-12000 years ago- principles of heredity demonstrated
2880 years ago- Artificial fertilization
Hindu writings 2000 yea
Previous Exam Experiments
DNA is semiconservative.
This means that theres one old strand and one new strand
The two nucleotide strands unwind and each serves as a template for a new
Meselson and Stahls Experiment provides evidence for semi
Name_GEN4200/6000 Fall 13 Exam 4
There are 101points on the exam and I will be grading out of 100-so you already
have a bonus point! Good luck!
Please answer in essay form in the space below, and you may use the
Gen 4200/6200 Final Exam Fall 2014
True/False (2 points each) Write a T or an F next to each statement.
_T_1. Intrinsic noise refers to changes in single gene expression in the same cell over
_T_2. Growing a temperature sensitive mutant at the restr
-Hippocratic school of medicine: active humors in various parts of the body served
as the bearers of hereditary traits
humors could be altered in individuals before they were passed on (explaining how
newborns could inherit traits that their par
GEN 3020 EXAM 2
Prototroph - wild-type bacteria that can synthesize all compounds needed for
growth from simple ingredients
Auxotroph - mutant strain that lacks one or more enzymes required for
metabolizing nutrients - will grow on supplemented