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Biotechnology: When a Single Helix Just Won't Do Quiz
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Q. Restriction fragments can be separated from each other based on size using
Restriction enzyme digestion
Q. How can a scientist ensure that all of the bacteria they are growing contain the recombinant DNA they have introduced?
Incubate the bacteria at a high temperature
Incubate the bacteria at a low temperature
Incubate the bacteria with the same antibiotic for which the recombinant DNA expresses a resistance gene
Incubate the bacteria for a short period of time
Incubate the bacteria for a long period of time
Q. Which of the following terms is out of place?
In situ hybridization
Q. DNA microarray analysis would be useful in which of the following situations?
To determine the length of a DNA fragment
To determine the sequence of a piece of DNA
To identify a particular DNA sequence
To identify a particular DNA mutation
To look at global changes in gene expression
Q. The step of PCR that has to occur prior to primers binding to the DNA is
Q. RNAi requires which of the following?
Q. The first plant that was cloned from a single cell was a
Q. The first mammal to be cloned using the nucleus from a differentiated cell was a(n)
Q. A condition that is caused by a gene of known sequence can be diagnosed by
DNA microarray analysis
In vitro mutagenesis
All of the above
Q. Which of the following is not a problem associated with gene therapy?
Cloning a gene into a viral vector is met with little success
The effect is not long lasting
Gene therapy may activate an immune response
Diseases can be the result of more than one gene
Viral vectors can be toxic to human cells