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BSC Test 3 clicker questions

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BSC Test 3 clicker questions BSC 114

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BSC Test 3 clicker questions
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Date Created: 10/06/16
Bio Questions 1. A man with hemophilia (recessive, sex- linked) has a daughter of a normal phenotype. She marries a man who is normal for the trait. What is the probability that their soon-to-be-born daughter will have hemophilia? ~0 (not possible) 2. A man with hemophilia (recessive, sex- linked) has a daughter of a normal phenotype. She marries a man who is normal for the trait. What is the probability that their soon-to-be-born son will have hemophilia? ~50% 3. Pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy is a disease that affects mostly boys born to apparently normal parents. Is this disease cause by a dominant or recessive allele? Is its inheritance autosomal or sex-linked? ~Sex-linked recessive 4. The term monohybrid cross indicates that…. ~ Only one trait is being followed in the experiment. 5. In parakeets green feathers are dominant to blue feathers. In a cross between two heterozygous green birds, what fraction of the progeny will have blue feathers? ~ 6. In mice, black fur (B) is dominant to brown fur (b). Short tails (T) are dominant to long tails (t). The two genes are on different chromosomes. What fraction of the cross BbTt X BbTt will have black fur and short tails (both dominant traits)? ~ 7. Radish flowers may be red, purple, or white. A cross between a re-flowered plant and a whit flowered plant yields all- purple offspring. The flower color trait in radishes is an example of which of the following? ~ Incomplete dominance 8. A woman with type O blood marries a man with type AB blood. Which of the following blood types are possible in their children? ~ A and B 9. 22% of the bases in a DNA molecule are guanine (G). What percent of the bases are thymine (T)? ~ 28% (22(G) & 22© = 44, 100- 44= 56, 56/2= 28) 10. One strand of a DNA molecule has the sequence 5’ AACTCCG 3’. What is the sequence of the complementary strand? ~ 3’ TTGAGGC 5’ 11. DNA molecules in one human cell are how long? ~ About 2 meters long 12. Red- green color blindness is inherited as a recessive, sex- linked trait. A phenotypically-normal woman who is not a carrier marries a man with color blindness. What is the probability that their about-to-be-born son will be color blind? ~ 0(not possible) 13. The two strands of the DNA double helix are held together by? ~Hydrogen bonds between the bases 14. In eukaryotic nuclei, DNA and histone proteins assemble together into a complex known as? ~Chromatin 15. On strand of a DNA molecule is in the process of being replicated: 3’……GGACCTCGTAGC….5’ 5’……CCTGGC 3’ ~What nucleotide will be added next? ~A 16. Synthesis of an RNA using a DNA template is… ~transcription 17. During splicing, _____ are removed and remaining portions of the RNA joined back together. ~Introns 18. A group of DNA nucleotides that contains the information to produce a polypeptide is a? ~Gene 19. During translation, the ____ of the RNA pairs with the___ of the mRNA. ~Anticodon---codon 20. The protein—RNA complex that carries out translation is the___. ~Ribosome


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