for prof kankan

QUESTION 1Out of many possible types of fermentation processes, two of the most common types are ___________________fermentation and alcohol fermentation.[removed]A.H2O[removed]B.calcium[removed]C.CO2[removed]D.lactic acid[removed]E.glyceraldehydesQUESTION 2The Krebs cycle is also known as the ______________________________________,[removed]A.Uni Cycle[removed]B.Astro Cycle[removed]C.Citric Acid Cycle[removed]D.Cell Cycle[removed]E.Calvin CycleQUESTION 3The electron transport chain is a system of electron carriers embedded into the inner membrane of a ___________________.[removed]A.cytoplasm[removed]B.nucleus[removed]C.Golgi body[removed]D.mitochondrion[removed]E.chloroplastQUESTION 4There are two important ways a cell can harvest energy from food: ___________________ and cellular respiration.[removed]A.fermentation[removed]B.photosynthesis[removed]C.air exchange[removed]D.organelle recycling[removed]E.Calvin cycleQUESTION 5The “waste” products of alcohol fermentation are ethanol and ___________________.[removed]A.ATP[removed]B.H2O[removed]C.O2[removed]D.CO2[removed]E.RNAQUESTION 6In glycolysis, a total of four molecules of ___________________ are produced, but two are used up in other steps in the process.[removed]A.H2O[removed]B.glucose[removed]C.RNA[removed]D.G3P[removed]E.ATPQUESTION 7In eukaryotes, the Krebs Cycle and Electron Transport Chain occur within the ___________________.[removed]A.nucleus[removed]B.mitochondrion[removed]C.cytoplasm[removed]D.Golgi body[removed]E.chloroplastQUESTION 8The process of glycolysis is the breakdown or splitting of glucose (6 carbons) into two 3-carbon molecules called ___________________.[removed]A.G3P[removed]B.ATP[removed]C.ribose[removed]D.pyruvic acid[removed]E.deoxyriboseQUESTION 9Glycolysis is probably the oldest known way of producing __________.[removed]A.glucose[removed]B.chlorophyll[removed]C.O2[removed]D.ATP[removed]E.celluloseQUESTION 10Many of the compounds that make up the electron transport chain belong to a special group of chemicals called ___________________.[removed]A.glyceraldehydes[removed]B.cytochromes[removed]C.phytochromes[removed]D.grana[removed]E.thylakoidsQUESTION 11The normal number of human chromosomes found within a cell[removed]A.23[removed]B.46[removed]C.52QUESTION 12Femaleness is determined by the following chromosomal make-up[removed]A.XX[removed]B.XYQUESTION 13Which of the following best describes a karyotype?[removed]A.a sing-along device used at parties[removed]B.type of alphabetic printing font[removed] ordered display of individual’s chromosomesQUESTION 14Which chromosomal disease did your individual possess?[removed]A.Cri du Chat[removed]B.Down Syndrome[removed]C.Edwards Syndrome[removed]D.Fragile X Syndrome[removed]E.Kleinfleter Syndrome[removed]F.Patau Syndrome[removed]G.Turner Syndrome[removed]H.Trisomy X Syndrome[removed]I.XYY Syndrome[removed]J.None. Mine was normal.QUESTION 15A karyotype can be established during which phase of mitosis[removed]A.Prophase[removed]B.Telophase[removed]C.Interphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.MetaphaseI have an attachment for the next 4 questionsQUESTION 1How were you able to correctly determine which baby belonged to which set of parents?[removed] determining the blood type of each of the babies and matching those to the parents[removed]B.none of the baby girls matched correctly with any of the sets of parents[removed] matching each baby girl’s hair color to that of each set of parents[removed] matching the chromosomal bands in each baby’s DNA profile with that of each set of parents[removed] measuring the fragment size of each chromosomeQUESTION 2Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Greene?[removed]A.Baby girl 1[removed]B.Baby girl 2[removed]C.Baby girl 3QUESTION 3Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Hall?[removed]A.Baby girl 1[removed]B.Baby girl 2[removed]C.Baby girl 3QUESTION 4Which baby girl belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Sanders?[removed]A.Baby girl 1[removed]B.Baby girl 2[removed]C.Baby girl 3QUESTION 11.      The end of this phase is marked by the alignment of the chromosomes on the equatorial plane of the cell.[removed]A.Interphase[removed]B.Prophase[removed]C.Metaphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.TelophaseQUESTION 2The separated “daughter” chromatids are pulled by their centromere along the spindle fibers toward opposite poles of the cell.[removed]A.Interphase[removed]B.Prophase[removed]C.Metaphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.TelophaseQUESTION 3No visible evidence of DNA replication; the nucleus usually appears granular[removed]A.Interphase[removed]B.Prophase[removed]C.Metaphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.TelophaseQUESTION 4Nuclear membranes begin to reform. The chromatids decondense and reform the chromatin within the nucleus. The nucleoli reappear.[removed]A.Interphase[removed]B.Prophase[removed]C.Metaphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.Telophase[removed]QUESTION 6Thread-like chromosomes, each composed of two chromatids, are visible within the nucleus.[removed]A.Interphase[removed]B.Prophase[removed]C.Metaphase[removed]D.Anaphase[removed]E.TelophaseQUESTION 7For the animal cell mitosis images, from what animal were these cells obtained?[removed]A.bluefish[removed]B.whitefish[removed]C.redfishQUESTION 8All of the following are mitotic differences existing between plant cells and animal cells except for[removed]A.cleavage furrow[removed]B.cell plate[removed]C.animal cells possess centrioles[removed]D.chromosomes[removed]E.plant cells lack centriolesUse genetic problem attachment to answer the next 10 questionsQUESTION 1For how many of the phenotypic expressions were you recessive?[removed]A.0 – 10[removed]B.11 – 25[removed]C.more than 25QUESTION 2For how many of the phenotypic expressions were you dominant?[removed]A.0 – 10[removed]B.11 – 25[removed]C.more than 25QUESTION 3Overall phenotypically, were you more dominant or more recessive?[removed]A.dominant[removed]B.recessiveQUESTION 4Of all the following phenotypic expressions, which one surprised you most at it’s being recessive?[removed]A.Blue eyes[removed]B.Hitchhiker’s thumb[removed]C.Red hair color[removed]D.Darwin’s Ear points[removed]E.Normal number of fingers and toesQUESTION 5The observable or physical portion of a trait an organism possesses is known as a[removed]A.karyotype[removed]B.phenotype[removed]C.genotypeQUESTION 1For Co-Dominance Problem 3, could the accused man be the father of her child?[removed]A.Yes[removed]B.NoQUESTION 2For Monohybrid Problem 1, which of the following is the correct phenotypic ratio?[removed]A.3/4 long tail : 1/2 short tail[removed]B.1/2 long tail : 1/2 short tail[removed]C.4/4 long tailQUESTION 3For Monohybrid Problem 3, that fraction of the children would be expected to have extra digits?[removed]A.25%[removed]B.50%[removed]C.100%QUESTION 4For Monohybrid Problem 2, which of the following is the correct genotypic ratio?[removed]A.1/2 tall : 1/2 dwarf[removed]B.4/4 dwarf[removed]C.4/4 tallQUESTION 5For Incomplete Dominance Problem 2, how many of the offspring have palomino coats?[removed]A.100% palomino[removed]B.25% palomino[removed]C.50% palominoQUESTION 6For Dihybrid Problem 3, what are the genotypes of the parents?[removed]A.heterozygous for both traits[removed]B.homozygous dominant for freckles but homozygous recessive for dimples[removed]C.homozygous for both traitsQUESTION 7For Co-Dominance Problem 2, what are the genotypes of the parents?[removed]A.AA and BB[removed]B.AO and BO[removed]C.AB and OOQUESTION 8For Co-Dominance Problem 1, which baby belongs to the Browns?[removed]A.1[removed]B.2QUESTION 9For Incomplete Dominance Problem 1, which of the following is the correct phenotypic ratio?[removed]A.1/2 pink : 1/2 red[removed]B.1/2 white : 1/2 red[removed]C.1/4 pink : 1/2 white : 1/4 redQUESTION 10For Incomplete Dominance Problem 3, which of the following is the correct phenotypic ratio when two people with wavy hair reproduce?[removed]A.1/4 wavy : 1/2 curly : 1/4 straight[removed]B.1/4 straight : 1/2 wavy : 1/4 curly[removed]C.1/4 wavy : 1/2 straight : 1/4 curly

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