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Unit 5: Test Review

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  • Q1
    The figure below shows two homologous chromosomes undergoing a type of mutation called translocation. Each letter in the figure represents a single gene. This mutation is most likely to cause negative effects by —
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    reversing DNA nucleotides
    destroying genetic information
    adding new chromosomes
    expressing genes differently
  • Q2
    Which mutation would change the greatest number of amino acids in a protein?
    the substitution of a thymine nucleotide with a cytosine nucleotide near the beginning of a gene
    the addition of the nucleotides that make up an additional stop codon to the end of a gene
    the deletion of a single adenine nucleotide in the middle of a gene
    the insertion of a thymine, a guanine, and an adenine nucleotide in that order at the start of a gene
  • Q3
    Mutations within the DNA sequence of an organism can —
    all of the above
    result in alterations that are harmful to an organism
    result in alterations that do not effect the organism
    result in alterations that are helpful to an organism
  • Q4
    A codon chart is shown below.Which of these changes to the DNA triplet 3’ GCT 5’ will affect the protein produced?
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  • Q5
    A segment of DNA produces methionine, threonine, histidine, aspartate, and glycine when translated. A substitution mutation occurs and causes the synthesis of the segment as shown. Which is the new peptide chain when the new DNA segment is translated?
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    Methionine, serine, histidine, aspartate, glycine
    Methionine, leucine, histidine, aspartate, glycine
    Methionine, proline, histidine, aspartate, glycine
    Methionine, phenylalanine, histidine, aspartate, glycine

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