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Chapter 13


Genetic Engineering Part 2

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Topic 1

Topic 2

Topic 3

Topic 4

Topic 5

FINAL ROUND

Topic 1:


$100 Question

A recombinant plasmid gets inside a
bacterial cell by

a. inducing mutations.

b. transformation.

c. recombining with the cell.

d. injecting itself into the cell.

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ANSWER

Topic 1:


$100 Answer

A recombinant plasmid gets inside a
bacterial cell by

a. inducing mutations.

b. transformation

c. recombining with the cell.

d. injecting itself into the cell.

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Topic 1:


$200 Question

Which of the following are NOT used in
the process of reading DNA sequences?


a. nucleotides

b. fluorescent dyes

c. plasmids

d. gels

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ANSWER

Topic 1:


$200 Answer

Which of the following are NOT used in
the process of reading DNA sequences?


a. nucleotides

b. fluorescent dyes

c. plasmids

d. gels

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Topic 1:


$300 Question

Which of the following is often used as a genetic
marker?

a. a foreign gene

b. a gene for antibiotic resistance

c. a DNA sequence that serves as a bacterial
origin of replication

d. a nucleotide labeled with a fluorescent dye

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ANSWER

Topic 1:


$300 Answer

Which of the following is often used as a genetic
marker?

a. a foreign gene

b. A gene for antibiotic resistance

c. a DNA sequence that serves as a bacterial
origin of replication

d. a nucleotide labeled with a fluorescent dye

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Topic 1:


$400 Question

Which of the following includes all the others
inside it?

a. plasmid

b. foreign gene

c. recombinant DNA

d. transformed bacterium

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ANSWER

Topic 1:


$400 Answer


Which of the following includes all the others
inside it?

a. plasmid

b. foreign gene

c. recombinant DNA

d. transformed bacterium


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Topic 1:


$500 Question

Question: Which of the following is most
likely to bring together two recessive
alleles for a genetic defect?


a. inbreeding

b. hybridization

c. genetic engineering

d. transformation

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ANSWER

Topic 1:


$500 Answer


Question: Which of the following is most
likely to bring together two recessive
alleles for a genetic defect?


a. inbreeding

b. hybridization

c. genetic engineering

d. transformation


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Topic 2:


$100 Question

Mutations are useful in selective breeding
because they


a. help maintain the desired
characteristics of animal breeds.

b. are usually found in hybrids.

c. are usually beneficial

d. are occasionally beneficial.

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ANSWER

Topic 2:


$100 Answer

Mutations are useful in selective breeding
because they


a. help maintain the desired
characteristics of animal breeds.

b. are usually found in hybrids.

c. are usually beneficial.

d. are occasionally beneficial.

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Topic 2:


$200 Question

Question: The crossing of buffalo and
cattle to produce beefalo is an example of


a. inbreeding.

b. hybridization.

c. genetic engineering.

d. transformation.

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ANSWER

Topic 2:


$200 Answer


Question: The crossing of buffalo and
cattle to produce beefalo is an example of


a. inbreeding.

b. hybridization.

c. genetic engineering.

d. transformation.


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Topic 2:


$300 Question

Question: What is the ultimate source of
genetic variability?

a. mutations

b. hybridization

c. radiation

d. inbreeding

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ANSWER

Topic 2:


$300 Answer

Question: What is the ultimate source of
genetic variability?

a. mutations

b. hybridization

c. radiation

d. inbreeding

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Topic 2:


$400 Question

Question: Polyploidy instantly results in a
new plant species because it


a. changes a species’ number of
chromosomes.

b. produces a hardier species.

c. causes mutations.

d. all of the above.

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ANSWER

Topic 2:


$400 Answer


Question: Polyploidy instantly results in a
new plant species because it


a. changes a species’ number of
chromosomes.

b. produces a hardier species.

c. causes mutations.

d. all of the above


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Topic 2:


$500 Question






What does this Figure show?

a. Gel electrophoresis

b. DNA sequencing

c. A restriction enzyme producing a DNA fragment

d. A polymerase chain reaction

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ANSWER

Topic 2:


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What does this Figure show?

a. Gel electrophoresis

b. DNA sequencing

c. A restriction enzyme producing a DNA fragment

d. A polymerase chain reaction


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Topic 3:


$100 Question

Question: Humans use selective breeding
to pass desired _______________ on to
the next generation of organisms.

a. colors

b. mutants

c. antibiotics

d. traits

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ANSWER

Topic 3:


$100 Answer

Question: Humans use selective breeding
to pass desired _______________ on to
the next generation of organisms.

a. colors

b. mutants

c. antibiotics

d. traits


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Topic 3:


$200 Question

Question: DNA samples taken from Dolly
and the sheep that donated the body cell
would show ____________ patterns of
bands on an electrophoresis gel.

a. different

b. diagonal

c. identical

d. diamond

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ANSWER

Topic 3:


$200 Answer

Question: DNA samples taken from Dolly
and the sheep that donated the body cell
would show ____________ patterns of
bands on an electrophoresis gel.

a. different

b. diagonal

c. identical

d. diamond

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Topic 3:


$300 Question

Question: ____________ is the technique of
selective breeding that has led to deformities in
certain dog breeds.

a. cross
-
breeding

b. inbreeding

c. gene therapy

d. transgenic modulation

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ANSWER

Topic 3:


$300 Answer

Question: ____________ is the technique of
selective breeding that has led to deformities in
certain dog breeds.

a. cross
-
breeding

b. inbreeding

c. gene therapy

d. transgenic modulation

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Topic 3:


$400 Question

Question: Genetic defects caused by
excessive inbreeding can be eliminated
through the process of _____________.

a. inbreeding

b. radiation

c. mutations

d. hybridization

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ANSWER

Topic 3:


$400 Answer


Question: Genetic defects caused by
excessive inbreeding can be eliminated
through the process of _____________.

a. inbreeding

b. radiation

c. mutations

d. hybridization


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Topic 3:


$500 Question

Question: Scientists use radiation and
chemicals to induce ___________.

a. inbreeding

b. radiation

c. mutations

d. hybridization

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ANSWER

Topic 3:


$500 Answer

Question: Scientists use radiation and
chemicals to induce ___________.

a. inbreeding

b. radiation

c. mutations

d. hybridization

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Topic 4:


$100 Question

Question: A DNA sample will form a single band
on an electrophoresis gel if all fragments are the
same ____________.

a. dimensions

b. size

c. taste

d. color

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ANSWER

Topic 4:


$100 Answer

Question: A DNA sample will form a single band
on an electrophoresis gel if all fragments are the
same ____________.

a. dimensions

b. size

c. taste

d. color

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Topic 4:


$200 Question

Question: Plasmids are naturally found in
some _____________.


a. humans

b. K
-
9 animals

c. rabbits

d. bacteria

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ANSWER

Topic 4:


$200 Answer



Question: Plasmids are naturally found in
some ______________.


a. humans

b. K
-
9 animals

c. rabbits

d. bacteria


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Topic 4:


$300 Question

Question: The insulin produced by _________
bacteria is identical to the insulin produced by
humans because both are coded for by the
same DNA sequence.

a. polpyloid

b. polygenic

c. hybridized

d. transgenic

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ANSWER

Topic 4:


$300 Answer


Question: The insulin produced by _________
bacteria is identical to the insulin produced by
humans because both are coded for by the
same DNA sequence.

a. polpyloid

b. polygenic

c. hybridized

d. transgenic


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Topic 4:


$400 Question

Question: Dolly is not a transgenic animal
because all of her genes are from the
___________ kind of organism.

a. different

b. haploid

c. diploid

d. same

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ANSWER

Topic 4:


$400 Answer (Molecular Workbench)


Question: Dolly is not a transgenic animal
because all of her genes are from the
___________ kind of organism.

a. different

b. haploid

c. diploid

d. same


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Topic 4:


$500 Question

Question: To produce a fruit that has some
characteristics of an orange and some of a grapefruit,
you would use the selective breeding technique of
________________.

a. hybridization

b. inbreeding

c. mutations

d. translation

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ANSWER

Topic 4:


$500 Answer

Question: To produce a fruit that has some
characteristics of an orange and some of a grapefruit,
you would use the selective breeding technique of
________________.

a. hybridization

b. inbreeding

c. mutations

d. translation

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Topic 5:


$100 Question

Question: The mutations that breeders
induce in organisms are passed on to the
organisms’


a. parents

b. jeans

c. offspring

d. phenotypes

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ANSWER

Topic 5:


$100 Answer


Question: The mutations that breeders
induce in organisms are passed on to the
organisms’


a. parents

b. jeans

c. offspring

d. phenotypes


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Topic 5:


$200 Question

Question: The process of polymerase
chain reaction is similar to the process of
_______________, which occurs in cells.


a. Transcription

b. DNA replication

c. DNA mutations

d. Translation

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ANSWER

Topic 5:


$200 Answer


Question: The process of polymerase
chain reaction is similar to the process of
_______________, which occurs in cells.


a. Transcription

b. DNA replication

c. DNA mutations

d. Translation


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Topic 5:


$300 Question

Question: Some plasmids have genetic
markers that make them resistant to
_______________.

a. clones

b. pesticides

c. antibiotics

d. bacteria

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ANSWER

Topic 5:


$300 Answer

Question: Some plasmids have genetic
markers that make them resistant to
_______________.

a. clones

b. pesticides

c. antibiotics

d. bacteria

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Topic 5:


$400 Question

Question: A transgenic organism that has
extra copies of a gene produces more of
the _____________ that is coded for by
that gene.


a. DNA

b. message

c. bases

d. protein

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ANSWER

Topic 5:


$400 Answer


Question: A transgenic organism that has
extra copies of a gene produces more of
the _____________ that is coded for by
that gene.


a. DNA

b. message

c. bases

d. protein


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Topic 5:


$500 Question

Question: The sequence of a DNA
fragment can be determined by observing
the _______________ of fluorescent
bands on an electrophoresis gel.


a. genes

b. lines

c. colors

d. lights

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ANSWER

Topic 5:


$500 Answer


Question: The sequence of a DNA
fragment can be determined by observing
the _______________ of fluorescent
bands on an electrophoresis gel.


a. genes

b. lines

c. colors

d. lights


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FINAL ROUND

Question

Question: If two DNA samples showed an
identical pattern and thickness of bands
produced by gel electrophoresis, the
samples contained

a. the same amount of DNA.

b. the same DNA molecules.

c. fragments of the same size.

d. all of the above

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ANSWER

FINAL ROUND

Answer


Question: If two DNA samples showed an
identical pattern and thickness of bands
produced by gel electrophoresis, the
samples contained

a. the same amount of DNA.

b. the same DNA molecules.

c. fragments of the same size.

d. all of the above.


BACK TO GAME