31) Pigs rich in omega-3 fatty acids: A) would not be : 1380829

31) Pigs rich in omega-3 fatty acids:
A) would not be : 1380829.

 

 

31) Pigs rich in omega-3 fatty acids:

A) would not be healthier to eat than regular pigs.

B) have never been produced using biotechnology.

C) are examples of transgenic animals.

D) were produced using the PCR technique.

32) Which is an example of clones that already are produced by nature?

A) identical twins

B) fraternal twins

C) golden corn

D) two plants of the same species

 

33) Embryonic stem cells are taken from:

A) blastocysts.

B) adult tissues.

C) eggs.

D) iPS cells.

 

34) Cells that can give rise to more of its kind along with at least one variety of specialized cell are known as:

A) somatic cells.

B) blastocysts.

C) nerve cells.

D) stem cells.

E) egg cells.

 

35) What distinguishes an embryonic stem cell from a somatic cell of an adult organism?

A) Embryonic stem cells can produce more of themselves as well as produce specialized cells, but somatic cells are already specialized.

B) Somatic cells can change into specialized cells, while stem cells can only produce more of themselves.

C) Somatic cells can produce more of themselves and produce stem cells.

D) Embryonic stem cells cannot be reprogrammed, but somatic cells can be reprogrammed.

36) By inserting four developmental genes into ordinary cells such as skin cells, Shinya Yamanaka and James Thomson were able to convert them into:

A) nerve cells.

B) embryonic stem cells.

C) induced pluripotent stem cells.

D) egg cells.

 

37) Stem cells are said to be pluripotent. This means they have the ability to:

A) form blastocysts.

B) be reprogrammed through recombinant DNA technology.

C) make more of themselves in culture.

D) specialize into any other type of cell.

E) specialize into only a few different types of cells such as nerves and muscle cells.

 

38) What is the advantage of implanting iPS cells derived from the patient’s own body rather than ESCs?

A) iPS cells can differentiate into the needed cell types, but ESCs cannot.

B) ESCs could be rejected by the patient’s body because they are seen as foreign.

C) ESCs have the potential to migrate to the wrong part of the body, but iPS cells will not.

D) ESCs have HLA markers, but iPS cells from the patient do not.

 

39) Why is PCR useful?

A) It allows fragments of DNA to be separated by size.

B) It is essential for making many copies of a transgenic animal.

C) It is required for the introduction of DNA into reproductively cloned animals.

D) It allows for making many copies of DNA when the starting sample is small.

 

40) In PCR, heating of the DNA is necessary because:

A) it cuts the DNA into fragments small enough to be replicated.

B) it causes the primers to bind DNA.

C) DNA polymerases require high heat to work.

D) it separates the two strands of DNA.

 

31) Pigs rich in omega-3 fatty acids:
A) would not be : 1380829

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