ENC 3254: Writing in the Humanities
Term: Fall 2016 | Section: 037E
Instructor: Dr. Kyle Boggs | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: MAT 12 | Time: Tues/Thurs period 8-9,9
Days of the Week
Tuesdays, periods 8-9
Thursdays, period 9
Mutations refer to specific inherited changes in
the DNA sequence
Can be deleterious (bad) but do not have to be!
Cause many diseases and disorders
Can be the source of all genetic variation and
adaptation to changing e
Many Genes Encode Proteins
The One Gene, One Enzyme Hypothesis (Beadle and
Genes function by encoding enzymes, and each
gene encodes a separate enzyme.
More specific: one gene, one polypeptide
Many Genes Encode P
Regulation of Gene Expression in
Regulatory elements: DNA sequences that are not
transcribed but play a role in regulating other nucleotide
Constitutive expression: continuously expressed under normal
Chapter 11, 14, and 17
Eukaryotic Gene Expression Regulation
Chromosome structure - Introduction
Eukaryotic gene expression regulation at
Eukaryotic Cells and Bacteria Have Many Features of
Gene Regulation in Common, but They D
1.Which of the following generally get transcribed constitutively?
2. Which of the following types of eukaryotic gene regulation is at
the level of DNA?
1. Amino acids consist of a central carbon surrounded by all
of the following EXCEPT:
a.a methyl group.
b.an amino group.
c.a carboxylic acid group.
d.a side chain.
2. The genetic code is said to be degenerate, which means:
more than one co
1. Proteins that affect the structure of DNA bound to histones without
altering histone chemical structure are called
b. chromatin-remodeling complexes
c. splicing complexes
2. Which of the following sequence is capable of ta
Refers to the variation in chromosome number and structure
Changes in chromosome number or chromosome sets
Aneuploidy (variation in number of individual
Polyploidy (variation in number of
1. A mutation that changes a GC base pair to AT is a
c. missense mutation.
e. synonymous mutation.
2. Which of the following is NOT a reason that mutations are important?
a. Mutations provide genetic stability.