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In the study of evolutionary relationships, the concept of the molecular clock assumes:
a) Changes only occur in key genes such as the 16S…
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Which is the correct answer?
1. Cultures do not grow exponentially if conditions are not
optimal, say temperature too low
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Hello, again @Abhisar
5. In mammals the ribcage is reduced, protecting the heart and lungs but not the intestines. This
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Hey @Abhisar
Could you help me?
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Which of the following came first in the sequence of human evolution?
a) Manufacture of stone tools
b) Bipedal locomotion
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The three steps below outline the process of allopatric speciation
Step 1: A randomly mating population is separated into two for a number …
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What is the most important missing evidence or observation in Darwin's theory of
1859?
a) evidence that some organisms became extinct
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When an individual heterozygous for two genes, A/a and B/b, located on two different
chromosomes forms gametes, the:
a) frequency of AB …
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1. The genes A/a, B/b, C/c, D/d, are located on four different chromosomes. If an
individual heterozygous for all four genes undergoes mei…
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hey, could anyone explain me one thing...
An F1 plant (X) heterozygous for three genes (A/a, B/b, C/c) was test
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Hey, I have another question, could you please @BioEpic have a look (I will post a picture). If you could help me with a i), I would try to…
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Hey, could anyone check my answer?
Define the terms (a) prototroph and (b) auxotroph. If you were given an E.
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Each of the following is a modification of the sentence THECATATETHERAT. Use these
answers for questions 199 & 200. The answers may be use…
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Me, again:D 3. AP repair acts on nucleotides that
a) have been methylated
b) are present as a dimer
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A population of 1 x 10^8 bacterial cells undergoes one round of DNA replication and cell
division. If a mutation rate of a gene is 1 x 10^…
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@PRAETORIAN.10 if you have time, could you please look into this?
The activity of DNA polymerases that removes incorrectly incorporated …
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hey @PRAETORIAN.10 :}}
could you help me with this?
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Transcription can produce what type of RNA?
a) mRNA only
b) tRNA only
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What is the function of topoisomerase?
a) relieving strain in the DNA ahead of the replication fork
b) elongation of new DNA at a replic…
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Hey, can anyone have a look into this?
Which of the following most accurately describes information flow in a retrovirus such
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Hello! Could anyone please help me with this?
Which one of these statements about polynucleotides is true?
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In 1928, Frederick Griffith's experiments with Streptococcus pneumoniae suggested that
a) nonpathogenic R (rough) bacteria easily revert to…
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Hey again! Another Genetics problem:
The DNA of a mutant virus has a length of 15 µm instead of 17 µm. How many base pairs
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Hello, I am a bit struggling with Genetics.
I have a problem:
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Which of these techniques can be used to observe organelles in cells that have been labelled with
fluorescent probes?
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Hey. Could anyone help me with this one?
I need to find sinB (the picture is below). The answer is 0,8432
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Hey. I need to plot xy scatter graph on excel, but the problem is that I have more than one meaning of x and y (I am enclosing picture). Cou…
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Hey. I need to make 5 mins presentation for uni on any biological topic, any suggestions?
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13. A circular bacterial chromosome is 1.28 mm long. Under optimal conditions the chromosome is replicated in 40 minutes.
a) Under optima…
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can anyone help me? see the picture below
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