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. Exposing an organism to a certain chemical can change nucleotide bases in a gene, causing mutation. In onc such mutated organism if a protein had only 70% of the primary amino acid sequence, which of the following is likely?
1. Mutation broke the protein
2. The organism could not make amino acids
3. Mutation created a terminator c000n
4. The gene was not transcrilw’
Diabenc patients are adviscd a low glycacinic index diet. The reason for this is
I. They require less carbohydrate than healthy individuals
2. They cannot assimilate ordinary
3. They necd to have slow, but sustained release of glucose in their blood slrcm
4. They can tolerate Iow.r. but not hi’hcr than normal blood sugar levels
The number of 4 digit numbers with no two digit common is
Suppose X is a random variable with I(X) Var(X). Then the distribution of X
is necessarily Poisson.
is necessarily Ixponential.
is necessarily Normal.
cannot be identified from the given data.