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Bt301 paper
1. Orthology
2. Types of resistance in p1258?
3. DNA sequencing, benefits and applications?5
4. PCR, types and applications? 10
5. Features of rt-pcr and multiplex pcr?
6. Principle of spotted Dna arrays.

BT301 today final term spring 2019 

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MCQ BT301 25-08-2019 at 2.30pm.............1. PCR-site mutagenesis defintion.........2.Microarrays are used to identify -----------of genes(expression).3.Happy mapping is used --------technique(in vitro)4.Virus is composed of------(protein and nucleic acid)may be yahi right....5.HaeIII recognizes-----bp and produces blunt ends.6.clone-by-clone gene definition..7.psc101 is not advantagenous because-------(it has low molecular weight)8.Plasmid can be constructed which contain a fragment of DNA including------(Cos site)9.The loss of plasmid due to defective partioning is called.....(segregative instability)10.Structural instability of plasmid is caused by ----------arrangement of DNA.(deletion).11.Thermostable DNA polymerase is (taq polymerase).12.various strategies can be adopted for first strand -------(cDNA synthesis)13.RFLP stands for------14.---------give the DNA base pair distance from one landmark to another(physical maps)15.technology that allow expression of ----------on surface of phage particles(exogenous polypeptide).16.Immunochemical screening involves use of-----(antibodies)17.------is used for long DNA strands----(shotgun sequencing)18.in nucleotide molecules are joined by(phospodiester linkage)19.pBR322 contains resistance against-----(tetracycline)20.Lembda Zap is present in------(E.coli).21.--------refers to analysis of ancient human animal and plant enemies------(PCR molecular paleontology)22.Which enzyme introduce phosphate group into ATP molecules(Kinase)23.the host that contains target clones----(recombinant)24.If we remove cell wall remaining cell is called -----(protoplast)25.Selection of codon in case of degeneracy is -------(random).26.during runway a copy of plasmid with increase in temperature---------(increases).

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