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Molecular Genetics

by: Lloyd Marquardt

Molecular Genetics BIOL 6371

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Lloyd Marquardt
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Date Created: 09/19/15
Sample Questions for rst Midterm 1 In 1902 Walter Sutton offered a hypothesis that dominated research on heredity for the next two decades and th came a Surgeon State his hypothesis and which of Mendel s laws of heredity he was attempting to explain 2 points In 1931 Harriet Creighton and Barbara McClintock published the results of a cross they used to distinguish the chromatid exchange hypothesis and the alle e exchange hypothesis see below Using the c and W genetic loci and the knob and extra chromosomal extension on the maize chromosome 9 design atest cross that would better distinguish the correlation between geneth and cyto ogic crossing over Use any combination ofalleles or chromosome m arkers Showthe progeny classes and in which progeny you could detect the correlation 8 points paremal geno ypes extramucmosumat c m rhalzrml m t l y 17 7 i l l l I l t c m x noh Creigiton and McClintock s cross iwhat cross would be better7 3 List three chemical forces present in a DNA double helix and describe whether they are stabilizing or destabilizing 3 points 4 Describe in two or three sentences the function of DNA helicase during DNA replication 4 points Why is DNA gyrase function necessary for rep points ication A 5 In 1944 Avery MacLeod and McCarty demonstrated that the transforming factor of szlOCOCM p MLOVLMZ hadthe chemical properties of DNA How did they prove this substancewas DNA 2 points


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