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What are the chances of a father passing a Y-linked disorder to his son?
a) 25 percent b) 50 percent c) 75 percent d) 100 percent
Which is true regarding all X-linked disorders?
a) they are caused by mutations of the X chromosome b) they are linked to an unknown chromosome c) they are disorders that affect only women d) they result in a longer lifespan
An autosomal dominant disorder requires ____ in order to affect an individual.
a) a combination of sex-linked and environmental factors b) a combination of genetic and environmental factors c) one copy of a mutated gene d) two copies of a mutated gene
A scientist that studies a person's genetic makeup is called a
a) physicist b) geneticist c) biologist d) chemist
Which of the following conditions is least likely to be improved through genetic engineering?
a) cancer b) baldness c) diabetes d) a broken leg
Most of what we know today about ____ is based on Mendel's research.
a) asexual reproduction b) genetic engineering c) microscopes d) cancer treatment
Some people fear that genetic engineering may lead to
a) a surplus of food that would disrupt financial markets b) an influx of super-smart people into the world c) plants that grow in poor conditions d) more parents choosing their baby's physical traits
Which statement best explains why people suffering from hemophilia A can benefit from genetic engineering?
a) Hemophilia A is a genetic disorder. b) Hemophilia A is caused by environmental factors. c) Hemophilia A is an incurable disease. d) Hemophilia A affects only adults.
If one side of a DNA molecule has the nucleotides T, A, C, and G, what are the complementary nucleotides on the opposite side?
a) T, A, C, G b) A, T, G, C c) A, U, G, C d) C, G, A, T
What is the genetic material that passes information from one generation to the next?
a) DNA b) RNA c) a ribosome d) a nucleotide
Who were the co-discoverers of the double helix structures of DNA (with help from Rosalind Franklin)?
a) Hooke and Watson b) Watson and Holmes c) Crick and Watson d) Darwin and Lamark
Which of the following best describes the structure of a typical molecule of DNA?
a) double-stranded helix b) helical c) double-stranded d) complementary
Which of the following is NOT a component of DNA?
a) a sugar b) a nitrogenous base c) a phosphate group d) an amino acid
nvestigators collect forensic evidence to determine if a crime has been committed. DNA fingerprinting is used to
a) match blood splatter patterns. b) match suspects with DNA evidence left at the scene of the crime. c) match regular fingerprints. d) determine the age of the victim.
How are the four DNA bases typically abbreviated?
a) Ad, Ur, Cy, Gu b) Ad, Th, Cy, Gu c) A, T, C, G d) A, U, C, G
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