A. deficiency
B. translocation heterozygote
C. duplication
D. haploid organism
A. chromogram
B. zymogram
C. karyogram
D. idiogramidiogram
A. a genetic map
B. a physical map
C. none of these
D. a cloning map
A. 10,000 units/mg.
B. 1,000 units/mg
C. 1,000,000 units/mg
D. 100,000 units/mg
A. is essential to flagella motion
B. is essentially easy to synthesize
C. the body can synthesize under essential conditions
D. the body cannot synthesize
A. rheumatic fever
B. thyroiditis
D. systemic lupus erythematosus
A. paracentric inversion
B. pericentric inversion
C. none of these
D. double inversion
A. Constant regions
B. Variable regions
C. Only heavy chains
D. Only light chains
A. trace
B. specialized
C. accessory
D. essential
A. deletion in region of 16A of X chromosome
B. duplication in region of 16A of X chromosome
C. due to a point mutation in eye-locus
D. due to presence of additional X-chromosome
A. hydrophilic specificity pocket
B. hydrophobic specificity pocket
C. single reactive serine residue
D. cluster of reactive serine residues
A. free c-termini
B. arginine residues
C. aromatic ring
D. peptide bonds
A. enantiomers
B. anomers.
C. polymer
D. epimers
A. disruption of mitotic spindle
B. chromosome lagging
C. all of the above
D. centriole elongation
A. knock-out mouse for a thymus
B. knock-out mouse for RAG-1 and RAG-2
C. recombinant mouse for CD3
D. nude mouse
A. lymphocytes
B. antibodies
C. all of these
D. . macrophages and antigens
A. translocation
B. translation
C. crossing over
D. recombination
A. folding is favored enthalpically
B. unfolding is favored enthalpically
C. the entropy is negative at all temperatures
D. the entropy is positive at all temperatures
A. 6
B. 3
C. 12
D. 9
A. 17
B. 16
C. 20
D. 18