293 Answered Questions for the topic genetics
What is the difference between inherited and hereditary diseases?
they are not the same, what is it that separates them?
This high energy molecule provides the energy to drive translation:
This high energy molecule provides the energy to drive translation:Group of answer choicesGTPCTPUTPATP
Termination of eukaryotic transcription is best described as:
genetics biology (Transcription and Translation)**please explain answerTermination of eukaryotic transcription is best described as:Group of answer choicesThe message is cleaved near a polyA signal... more
A pre-mRNA must be processed to produce the final mRNA product of a gene-which of the following is NOT a normal processing step?
A pre-mRNA must be processed to produce the final mRNA product of a gene-which of the following is NOT a normal processing step?Group of answer choicesAddition of a 5' capSplicing out of any... more
Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic mRNA share the following features, EXCEPT:
Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic mRNA share the following features, EXCEPT:Group of answer choicesa) Polypeptide/protein-coding sequenceb) A 3 prime untranslated regionc) A 5 prime untranslated... more
could Cameron be Carina ’s father?
details here Cameron (possible dad) Type B Negative Maria (mother) O Negative Carina (daughter) Type O Positive show your work using PUNNETT SQUARES
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A man with normal vision marries a red-green color blind woman. They have eight children in total(five boys and three girls). All of their sons are born with red-green color blindness, while None... more
For cri du chat syndrome: What treatment is available for it? Ex. gene therapy, physical therapy...etc What medical and occupational supports are available? Ex. wheelchair, medication, specialized... more
Unbalanced/balanced chromosomal rearrangements
A) If someone is heterozygous for chromosomal duplication, will the rearrangement be balanced or unbalanced in a somatic cell? How about a gamete? How does this change if the individual is... more
how does the genes inherited by an individual can affect an individual’s health and/or cause certain genetic disorders?
GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY HOMEWORK
25.You are studying a new type of cancer and you discover that there is a mutation in a gene that encodes a histone acetylase. You hypothesize that the mechanism by which this mutation causes... more
Kathleen's brown cat has kittens. The mother cat is heterozygous for coat color and the father cat is also. White coats are recessive. What are the chances they will have a female, white kitten?
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In a certain population, 1 person in 10,000 is albino (an absence of pigment melanin in the cells, AR). Whatfraction of this population is expected to be heterozygous? Do you need to assume the... more
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Naturally, bacteria that can receive DNA from the outside and transform are called competitive cells. Competence is regulated in bacteria transforming in nature and specific proteins play a role in... more
Calculating Allele Frequency
In the plant species Grandi floria, most individuals have large flowers. However, plants that are homozygous recessive at the G allele have small flowers. If there are 75 plants with large flowers... more
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A geneticist puts a female mouse from a line that breeds true for wild-type eye and body color with a male mouse from a pure line having apricot eyes (determined by allele a) and gray coat... more
Genetics of blood groups and MHC
With regard to the HLA-A and HLA-B antigens complete the genotypes, haplotypes and decide if themarked man can be the biological father of the child:Phenotype of mother: HLA-A11,36; B8 What... more
Genetics Population Genetics
Gene frequencies of populations Not in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium assumes p^2+2pq+q^2 of a single gene, generation after generation ie. gene frequencies DO NOT change over time. If this was true in nature populations would never... more
Gene frequencies of a Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium population
Given p=frequency A gene q=frequency a geneWhat are the genotypes and their ratios in a population in Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium?
Mating Aa x AaIndicate genotype and phenotype of the offspring and what proportions of each?
Mating AaBb x AaBb
MatingAaBb x AaBb produces what genotypic and phenotypic ratios in the offspring?
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In drosophila, a trait called curled wing (cu) is recessive to a wild-type wing, a trait called striped body (sr) is dominant to wild-type body, and a trait called scarlet eye (st) is recessive to... more
Which of the following statements is false? 1. Dimples are an inherited traits. 2. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes 3. All mutations are harmful
Which of the following statements is false?1. Dimples are an inherited traits. 2. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes 3. All mutations are harmful