Past Exam for BSCI 410 - Molecular Genetics with Mount at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
Class:BSCI 410 - Molecular Genetics
Subject:Biological Sciences Program
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 2005
  • Mating Type
  • Provided That
  • Either...or
  • Loss of Function Mutations
  • Reverse Genetics
  • Complementary
  • Sporulation
  • Natural Transformation
  • Diploid Cells
  • Accumulating
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Molecular Genetics FINAL, Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005 page 1 of 8 This is an actual exam given in 2005. There are no answers provided. I encourage you to use this as a guide to study by consulting the book and lecture notes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 _____________________ You have a yeast strain in the lab and you are characterizing it. You find that it is haploid, of the alpha mating type, and is phenotypically leu - met - (i.e. it requires added leucine and methionine for growth). You mate your strain with a wild-type strain of the opposite, a, mating type, allow sporulation, and characterize 100 tetrads. You find 47 tetrads with two leu - met - spores and two leu + met + spores. 52 tetrads with two leu - met + spores and two leu + met - spores. 1 tetrad with 1 leu - met - spore, 1 leu + met + spore, 1 leu + met - spore and 1 leu...

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