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Periodic Table
elements and their symbols
1) Hydrogen : H
2) Lithium : Li
3) Sodium : Na
4) Potassium : K
5) Rubidium : Rb

Created on September 27, 2012 by
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Rob Drury
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BENG168 Midterm Prep Quiz 3
Bioinformatics
1) Which one(s) of these methods can be used to construct DNA microarrays? : GSEA
2) To analyze RNA using a DNA microarray, what additional step needs to be taken? : incubation of RNA in buffer solution
3) You obtain two tissue samples with unknown gene sequences, one from a melanoma and one from healthy skin. Which method(s) can determine which genes are unique to each sample and which are shared? : DNA microarray analysis with different labels for each sample
4) What does SAGE stand for? : Serial Analysis of Gene Expression
5) One can use SAGE to identify up and down regulated mRNAs by cloning randomly linked tagged cDNA sequences into a host then observing frequency of tags in different host samples. : True

Created on May 02, 2012 by
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Andrea Gardner
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BENG168 Midterm Prep Quiz 2
DNA Recombination
1) mRNA has a poly-T tail which makes it useful to use oligo-dA primers in PCR reactions. : True
2) What are the 4 steps of PCR? : 1. denature, 2. anneal, 3. amplify, 4. repeat
3) How often on average will a 6bp endonuclease cut DNA? : every 256bp
4) DNA microarrays measure the amount of mRNA bound to each particular site. : True
5) The amount of mRNA bound to a spot on a microarray is proportional the the level of gene expression in that cell. : False

Created on April 29, 2012 by
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Andrea Gardner
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BENG168 Midterm Prep Quiz
DNA, RNA, and Proteins
1) Which set are the purines? : adenine and guanine
2) Bases of DNA are linked via _____________. : 3,5-phosphodiester linkages
3) There are ___ hydrogen bonds between guanine and cytosine, and ___ hydrogen bonds between adenine and thymine. : 3, 2
4) What is the central dogma? : DNA --> RNA --> proteins
5) RNA can bind with itself, forming hairpin loops and stems. : True

Created on April 28, 2012 by
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Andrea Gardner
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Atoms
This is about atoms, atomic structure and the history of the atomic oddel
1) The positive particle in a an atom is : the electron
2) The person who said that the atom was a hard, indivisible ball was : John Dalton
3) Electrons are found : in shells around the nucleus of an atom.
4) Ernest Rutherford suggested that atoms were : hard indivisible balls, like billiard balls.
5) The reactivity of an atom is related to : having 8 electrons in the outside shell.

Created on March 06, 2012 by
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Paul Martensz
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Chemistry Ch 9

1) What is the name of the compound Na2SO4 : Sodium Sulfate

Created on March 02, 2012 by
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Ryan Frame
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Periodic Table elements
The abbreviation of elements in the periodic table
1) Helium : He
2) H : Hydrogen
3) Li : Lithium
4) Na : Sodium
5) K : Potassium

Created on November 16, 2011 by
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Michael Parkinson
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Chemistry: Periodic Table Quiz beginner level
This quiz covers the basic concepts of the periodic table
1) Which is the first element in the periodic table? : Helium
2) The rows of the periodic table are called periods  : True
3) Mg is the symbol for? : milligram
4) All of the elements in a period have the same number of atomic shells
: True
5) Pu is the symbol for? : Pluto

Created on November 13, 2011 by
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Michael Parkinson
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Oncology Quiz
Review of the various forms/types of cancers, manifestations, and treatment options. Referenced from: www.chemotherapyfacts.com
1)  Leukemia is a cancer of the bone marrow and blood characterized by an abnormal replication of white blood cells or leukocytes. The term Leukemia covers a broad spectrum of diseases. Almost all types of this condition are treated with chemotherapy. : False
2) Alkylating agents are cell-cycle non-specific types ofchemotherapy and most  effective in the resting phase of the cell. : True
3)

Carboplatin, Cisplatin, and Oxaliplatin, Carmustine, Lomustine andStreptozocin are all examples of alkylating agents, types of chemotherapy.

: True
4) Topoisomerase inhibitors are another common types of chemotherapy drugsthat sourced from certain kinds of plants. : True
5) Plant alkaloids are types of chemotherapy agents that are are cell-cycle specific which means the cells are targeted during various phases of division. : False

Created on November 13, 2011 by
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Donna Ban
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Oncology
Review of the various forms/types of cancers, manifestations, and treatment options.

Created on November 13, 2011 by
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Jason
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Chemistry: Periodic Table Quiz
This quiz covers the concepts of the periodic table in Chemistry.
1) Which element derives its symbol from the Latin word, aurum, which means 'shining dawn'? : Aluminum
2) Which element best characterizes an organic compound? : Oxygen
3) Which element is an example of a noble gas? : Krypton
4) All of the following are alkali metals, except which element? : Sodium
5) Atoms with the largest atomic radius are located where? : At the top of their group.

Created on November 13, 2011 by
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Michael Parkinson
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Chemistry: Atoms quiz
This quiz covers the basic concept of atomic theory.
1) The three basic components of an atom are protons, neutrons, and electrons : True
2) An element is determined by the number of : atoms
3) The nucleus of an atom consists of : electrons
4) A single proton has what electrical charge? : Positive charge
5) Which particles have approximately the same size and mass as each other : neutrons and electrons

Created on November 13, 2011 by
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Michael Parkinson
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