5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Golden Rice
- Variable number tandem repeats (VNTR)
- Edward Jenner
- a Milder version of smallpox. In the late 18th century, milkmaids caught this from the cows they milked.
- b Invented the vaccine for smallpox
- c Genetically modified rice that produces edible beta-carotene, which the body can turn into vitamin A
- d Gender change
- e Short pieces of noncoding DNA that repeat many times in a given genome and are very different between individuals who aren't related. Ideal for DNA profiling
5 Multiple choice questions
- genes on DNA that actually code for proteins
- Biofortified food meant to treat severe malnourishment. Composed of peanut paste, vegetable oil, powdered milk, powdered sugar, and vitamins and minerals. Expensive.
- having 2 of the same allele, e.g. 2 dominant, 2 recessive
- nucleotides that are complimentary / pair up with each other (e.g. adenine with thymine, cytosine with guanine)
5 True/False questions
Variolation → the process of a virus transferring DNA form one cell to another
Multipotent → Remain inactive until needed to repair or replace damaged cells. Replenish tissues that have a lot of turnover (i.e. blood and skin cells)
patent protection → New ways of food production to ensure everyone has enough to eat
Analogues → Sit at the end of DNA to protect them from falling apart. Shrinks as the organism ages.
pancreatic glands → glands where insulin is made