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1. What is the relationship of migration distance to fragment size? 2. Approximately how many base pairs are there in the fragment circled in red at left? 3. Which lane shows a digest with BamHI only? 4. Which lane shows a digest with EcoRI only? 5. Which lane shows the fragments produced when the plasmid was incubated with both EcoRI and BamHI? 6. A segment of DNA has two restriction sites--I and II. When incubated with restriction enzymes I and II, three fragments will be formed – a, b, and c. Which of the gels produced by electrophoresis would represent the separation and identity of these fragments?
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1. What is the relationship of migration distance to fragment size?
2. Approximately how many base pairs are there in the fragment circled in red at left?( picture above)

3. Which lane shows a digest with BamHI only?
4. Which lane shows a digest with EcoRI only?
5. Which lane shows the fragments produced when the plasmid was incubated with both EcoRI and BamHI?

6. A segment of DNA has two restriction sites--I and II. When incubated with restriction enzymes I and II, three fragments will be
formed a, b, and c. Which of the gels produced by electrophoresis would represent the separation and identity of these fragments?

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