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Unit 8 Test DNA

Quiz by Veronica Nickols

Grade 11
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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24 questions
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  • Q1
    DNA is in every nucleated cell of the human body.
    Earthquake
    True
    I dunno
    False
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  • Q2
    Even identical twins have differences in their DNA
    Whateves
    True
    Watson & Crick
    False
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  • Q3
    Red blood cells can be used to type DNA
    Crick
    True
    Watson
    False
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  • Q4
    The FBI maintains an offender index with DNA profiles that can be linked to crime scene evidence.
    Maybe
    True
    I dunno
    False
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  • Q5
    The heavier, denser molecules move the furthest on an electrophoresis gel.
    False
    I'm not sure
    Mrs. Nickols is the GOAT
    True
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  • Q6
    T always pairs with:
    U
    G
    A
    C
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  • Q7
    C always pairs with
    A
    T
    G
    U
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  • Q8
    The sequence of base pairs for all humans is
    0.01% the same
    10 % the same
    90 % the same
    99.9% the same
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  • Q9
    Which of the following is NOT a means of DNA typing?
    Mitochondrial DNA
    STR
    PCR
    All of these are types of DNA testing
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  • Q10
    A procedure that separates DNA fragments according to size is:
    Electrophoresis
    Chromatography
    Mass Spectrometry
    Restriction Enzyme
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  • Q11
    PCR is a technique scientists use to:
    Cut DNA into smaller fragments
    Remove mitochondria from the cell
    generate more copies of DNA when only a small amount is available
    Separate DNA fragments so that they can be characterized
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  • Q12
    The person responsible for the development of PCR testing was:
    Kary Mullis
    Rosalind Franklin
    Alec Jeffreys
    Watson & Crick
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  • Q13
    The use of DNA typing began in
    The 1990's
    The 1950's
    The 1970's
    The 1980's
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  • Q14
    Evidence from a crime scene that can be used for DNA typing includes:
    All of these
    Saliva
    Semen
    Vaginal Secretions
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  • Q15
    DNA from nucleated cells is inherited from :
    the father
    the mother
    the mother and the father
    aliens
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  • Q16
    Mitochondria DNA (mtDNA) is inherited from:
    only the father
    only the mother
    the mother and the father
    aliens!
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  • Q17
    Polymerase is a(an):
    enzyme
    nucleotide
    sugar
    protein
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  • Q18
    What is used to separate the DNA molecule in the PCR process
    cooling
    heating
    freezing
    electrophoresis
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  • Q19
    The preferred number of loci for STR typing is
    7
    13
    9
    25
    30s
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  • Q20
    The database that stores DNA profiles is
    IBS
    IBIS
    IAFIS
    CODIS
    30s
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