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Question number: 646

» DNA and Protein Synthesis

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Topoisomerase

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Helicases

b.

DNA polymerase I

c.

DNA polymerase II

d.

DNA polymerase III

e.

DNA Primase

Question number: 647

» Molecular Biology of Eukaryotes

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The MGE (mobile genetic element) that is highly related to some viruses is

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

An exon

b.

A SINE

c.

A DNA transposon

d.

A LINE

e.

AN LTR retro transposon

Question number: 648

» Nervous & Endocrine Systems

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ADH is produced by

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Thyroid gland

b.

Hypothalamus

c.

Adrenal cortex

d.

Anterior pituitary

e.

Posterior pituitary

Question number: 649

» Nervous & Endocrine Systems

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This gland is a major player in regulation of metabolism

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Kidneys

b.

Adrenal gland

c.

Liver

d.

Parathyroid

e.

Thyroid

Question number: 650

» Circulatory, Immune & Lymphatic Systems

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If a person undergoes plasmapheresis, he or she

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

May be attempting to help someone with hemophilia

b.

Is undergoing therapy for leukemia

c.

Probably has a large fluid regulatory problem

d.

Probably has a chronic infection

e.

May be attempting to help someone with a chronic infection

Question number: 651

» Molecular Biology of Eukaryotes

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The bacterial repressor which is equivalent eukaryotic repressor

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

An inhibitor protein at the operator region

b.

Regulatory proteins present in Cis form

c.

A sudden efflux of either Ca2+ or Na+

d.

An inhibiting protein in Trans form

e.

An allosteric protein in an allosteric location

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