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Human Genetics Final Exam

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Human Genetics Final Exam

  
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1.  Humans have ___pairs of chromosomes
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2.  A genotype refers to
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3.  Constructing a "diseasome" is a way to connect diseases that share cerain gene expression patterns. A goal of this approach is to
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4.  The difference between phenotype and genotype is that
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5.  In which choice are the entries listed from smallest to largest?
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6.  One way that single-gene diseases differ from other diseases is that
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7.  Genetics is teh study of
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8.  Kanisha and Jamal receive their grades on thier physics midterms. Kanisha got an A, but Jamal got a D. "You must have the physics gene," Jamal said. "I don't. I might as well not bother studying." Jamal's attitude illustrates the idea of
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9.  Neka is part Native American. He has several relatives who have alcoholism. Neeka takes a direct-to-consumer genetic test panel and discovers that he has inherited gene variants that are associated with increased risk of alcoholism. He reports these facts during an interview for purchasing a life insurance policy, because he thinks that the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act will protect him form being denied life insurance based on results of a genetic test. Alas, Neka is denied coverage, because
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10.    Which sequence of events illustrates the steps of signal transduction?    
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11.  During apoptosis, caspases
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12.  The organelles that contain DNA are the
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