Expound the Different Aspects Of The Biology, Lifestyle And Culture Of Australopithecus Species

Monday August 1, 2022

five different aspects of the biology, lifestyle and culture of Australopithecus speciesWhite blood cells may become cancerous if a chromosome rearrangement occurs in an immature or mature blood cell. One of these diseases is Burkitt lymphoma. It is usually caused by the reciprocal translocation: t(8;14)q24;q32). Patients can be diagnosed using a sample of the affected cells and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH). Circle the letter corresponding to your choice. (7 marks) Hint: Draw the chromosomes for each question. a) Burkitt lymphoma is due to over-expression of the MYC gene at 8q24.2. This gene is on the long arm of chromosome 8 in: A. region 2, sub-band 4.2 B. region 2, band 4.2 C. region 24, band 2 D. region 2, band 4, sub-band 2 E. band 24, sub-band 2 b) If you use a red fluorescent centromere probe for chromosome 8 how many red spots would you see in the nucleus of a G cell? A. none B. one C. two D. three E. four or more c) If you use a red fluorescent whole chromosome probe for chromosome 8 how many red spots will you see in the nucleus of a G cell? A. none B. one C. two D. three use only son d) If you use a red flourescent whole chromosome probe for chromosome 8 and a green fluorescent whole chromosome probe for chromosome 14 how many metaphase chromosomes will you see per cell that are entirely red? A. none B. one C. two D. three E. four or more


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