The Central Dogma of molecular biology

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Please note that there are 104 points on this exam but the maximum score you can receive is 100. The space provided for each question should be sufficient for your answers. Make sure you have all 6 pages of this exam. Questions 1-18 are worth 3 points each. Circle your answer. 1. Which of the following is NOT a component of the Central Dogma of molecular biology? (a) Ribosomes (b) DNA polymerase (c) Reverse transcriptase (d) RNA polymerase (e) Translation 2. In the Avery/ MacLeod/ McCarty experiment, which of the following would have happened if genetic information was encoded by protein? (a) DNase treatment of the smooth lysate abolishes its ability to make rough bacteria smooth (b) Protease treatment of the smooth lysate abolishes its ability to make rough bacteria smooth (c) Purified lipids from the smooth lysate make rough bacteria smooth (d) Purified carbohydrates from the smooth lysate make rough bacteria smooth (e) Purified DNA from the smooth lysate makes rough bacteria smooth

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