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Category 1

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Match the following

Linkage map

Pedigree

karyotype

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Category 1

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Pedigree

Linkage map

karyotype

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Category 1

Match the following

Linkage map

Pedigree

karyotype

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Indicates the autosomes and sex chromosomes of an individual

Shows the location of genes on a chromosome

Indicates how traits are inherited in a family

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Category 1

Linkage map -Shows the location of genes on a chromosome

Pedigree - Indicates how traits are inherited in a family

Karyotype - Indicates the autosomes and sex chromosomes of an individual

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To determine if an individual with a dominant phenotype is homozygous or heterozygous you would do a test cross with _________________

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Category 1

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To determine if an individual with a dominant phenotype is homozygous or heterozygous you would do a test cross with _________________

Homozygous recessive

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Category 1

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A ring of DNA found in a bacterial cell is called

A restriction enzyme

Plasmid

PCR

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Category 1

A ring of DNA found in a bacterial cell is called

A restriction enzyme

Plasmid

PCR

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Category 1

Which is NOT correct?

Entire DNA strands move through the gel

The fragments are separated based on charge/length

Current is used to separate the fragments with the negative fragments moving away from wells

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Read from the bottom to the top

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Category 1

Which is NOT correct?

Entire DNA strands move through the gel- only fragments move

The fragments are separated based on charge/length

Current is used to separate the fragments with the negative fragments moving away from wells

All are correct

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Read from the bottom to the top

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Category 2

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The entire collection of genes within human cells is called the ________________, while the map which indicates which cells are inherited in a specific family is a ______________.

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The entire collection of genes within human cells is called the _Human genome___, while the map which indicates which cells are inherited in a specific family is a __Pedigree__.

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Who are the parents of the baby?

Remember- start from the bottom

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Category 2

Who are the parents of the baby?

B

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What scientific term do you use for a goat that produces spider silk in its milk?

Weird

Cool

Transgenic

Recombinant DNA

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Category 2

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What scientific term do you use for a goat that produces spider silk in its milk?

Weird

Cool

Transgenic

Recombinant DNA

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Category 2

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When crossing similar organisms, what technique would probably produce bigger and larger offspring?

Inbreeding

hybridization

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Category 2

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When crossing similar organisms, what technique would probably produce bigger and larger offspring?

Inbreeding

Hybridization (Hybrid vigor)

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Category 2

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If you want to breed for extremes in a trait you would use

Inbreeding

hybridization

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Category 2

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If you want to breed for extremes in a trait you would use

Inbreeding- (ex smaller horses)

hybridization

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Uses heat to make many copies of DNA

  • Makes identical copies of organisms
  • Breaks up and separates DNA fragments to produce DNA fingerprints (profiles)
Category 3

Match

PCR

Electrophoresis

Cloning

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PCR_ Uses heat to make many copies of DNA

  • Cloning- Makes identical copies of organisms
  • Electrophoresis-Breaks up and separates DNA fragments to produce DNA fingerprints (profiles)
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How are PCR and electrophoresis similar?

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Category 3

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How are PCR and electrophoresis similar?

They both may cut up DNA into fragments

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______________ cut the DNA into fragments

Restriction enzymes

Recombinant DNA

Plamids

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______________ cut the DNA into fragments

Restriction enzymes

Recombinant DNA

Plamids

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If a normal gene is added into cells with defective genes, it is called

Cloning

Gene therapy

PCR

electrophoresis

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Category 3

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If a normal gene is added into cells with defective genes, it is called

Cloning

Gene therapy

PCR

electrophoresis

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Category 3

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How is DNA fingerprinting used in crime analysis?

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How is DNA fingerprinting used in crime analysis?

Law enforcement workers use unique DNA fingerprint patterns to determine whether suspects have been at a crime scene. DNA samples can be obtained from hair, blood, skin, or semen. Because no two individuals have the same DNA sequence, samples from the suspects can be matched with samples taken at the crime scene.

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Which of these is NOT an example of Genetic Engineering

Adding protein DNA to rice

Adding spider silk production DNA to goats

Cross breeding to produce horses smaller than 2 feet tall

Adding enzyme DNA to bacteria to breakdown oil

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Category 4

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Which of these is NOT an example of Genetic Engineering

Adding protein DNA to rice

Adding spider silk production DNA to goats

Cross breeding to produce horses smaller than 2 feet tall

Adding enzyme DNA to bacteria to breakdown oil

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List the procedural steps in order to produce a transgenic organism

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Category 4

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List the procedural steps in order to produce a transgenic organism

Identify wanted gene

Use restriction enzyme to remove wanted gene

Add wanted gene to vector

Transfer Recombinant DNA into bacterial cell

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Place in the correct blank.

Gene therapy, genetic counselor, amniocentesis

If a genetic disease runs in your family, you may see a ____________for advise. They may request the test _____________to determine if an unborn child has certain types of disease. If the child carries a genetic disease then _______________ may be used to treat it.

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If a genetic disease runs in your family, you may see a _genetic counselor, _for advise. They may request the test __amniocentesis

_to determine if an unborn child has certain types of disease. If the child carries a genetic disease then __Gene therapy, _ may be used to treat it.

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The human Genome project required the use of

PCR

Gel electrophosesis

Automated gene sequencers

All of these

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Category 4

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The human Genome project required the use of

PCR

Gel electrophosesis

Automated gene sequencers (remember Jurassic Park)

All of these

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Category 4

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While the human genome may have about 35,000 –

40, 000 genes on its 46 chromosomes, only _______ % between human individuals is different.

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Category 4

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While the human genome may have about 35,000 –

40, 000 genes on its 46 chromosomes, only _______ % between human individuals is different.

0.1 % difference

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What is a biological vector?

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What is a biological vector?

A virus or bacteria (plasmid) that carries foreign DNA into a host cell

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What is a mechanical vector?

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What is a mechanical vector?

A micropippette or gene gun that carries foreign DNA into a host cell

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_________ are produced when DNA from another species is inserted into the genome of an organism, which then begins to produce the protein encoded on the recombinant DNA.

Recombinant

Transgenic

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Transgenic Organisms are produced when DNA from another species is inserted into the genome of an organism, which then begins to produce the protein encoded on the recombinant DNA.

(An ORGANISM with a different type of DNA IS PRODUCED).

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Which of these does not involve GE? (Genetic Engineering)

Medicine

Plants

Animals

Humans

industry

All of these use GE

None of these use GE

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LIST THEM all!

Genetic Engineering involves all Medicine, agriculture (both Plants & Animals), Humans through gene therapy and industry (bacteria used in detergents & to clean spills)

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Which is NOT a palindrome?

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Which is NOT a palindrome?

B is the only one that is NOT the same back and forwards

B is NOT the palindrome