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transcribed DNA (e.g., ribosomal RNA, histones), and diverged copies of ancestral genes (e.g., globin family genes). 19. The most direct method of determining the direction of transcription of the histone genes would be to clone and sequence the region, from which transcriptional information can be ascertained. 21. Cloning and then sequencing the region would provide the answer. Analysis would show genes of similar sequence to the active genes but lacking the sequences for transcription. 23. It is very rich in A-T sequences. Density is proportional to G-C content. Since the molecule has a low density, it has low G-C, and therefore high A-T. 25. Spaces between the nucleosomes must contain many promoter sequences. For the DNA to be digested, it must be unprotected. Since we see little transcription, the promoters must be missing and must have been destroyed by the nucleases. 27. Highly repetitive DNA must be located in these regions. Since most highly repetitive DNA is not transcribed, the results suggest that centromeric and telomeric regions are not transcribed. 29. The C-value paradox involves the issues of the excessive amounts of DNA in eukaryotic cells and the difference between eukaryotic species that seem to have similar complexity. It is explained by the large amount of structural DNA in chromosomes as well as the large amounts of short and long interspersed elements (SINEs and LINEs). Critical Thinking Question: 1. Comparative DNA studies can be helpful in understanding the roles of the various types of DNA in the eukaryotic chromosomes if there are cases in which there are remarkably large differences in the amount of DNA in similar species. It can then be inferred that the basic developmental plan of an organism is contained in the one with the lower amount of DNA, and the extra DNA in the species with more DNA may be super uous. We do have cases in which amphibians differ by as much as one hundred times the amount of DNA found in similar species. The puffer sh has only one-sixth the amount of DNA as other higher eukaryotes. 16 Gene Expression: Control in Eukaryotes 1. See gure 16.5. 3. Since 5-azacytidine prevents methylation, the observed increase in transcription suggests that the presence of methyl groups inhibits transcription. 5. Genomic equivalence means that all of the cells of a multicellular eukaryotic organism are genetically identical. Yet, cells in different tissues and different regions of the organism are phenotypically different, expressing different suites of genes. Explaining differences in gene expression among cells that are genetically identical is a major question of eukaryotic genetics. 7. The three classes of segmentation genes in Drosophila are gap, pair-rule, and segment polarity. Mutations in gap genes leave gaps of missing segments. Mutations in pair-rule genes leave gaps of even or odd sets of segments. Mutations of segment polarity genes cause changes in all segments, generally the change in anterior or posterior portions of each. 9. In the development of the early Drosophila embryo, a syncitial blastoderm stage is achieved after thirteen cell divisions. The nuclei are near the surface of the embryo but not surrounded by cell membranes. Thereafter, membranes form, creating a cellular blastoderm. 11. Maternal-effect genes determine four regions of the developing embryo (major gene in parentheses): anterior (bicoid), posterior (nanos), dorso-ventral (Toll ), and terminal (torso).
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13. The helix-turn-helix motif (see box 16.1, g. 1) consists of two alpha helices separated by a short turn within the protein, providing the structure to interact with DNA. Two other motifs are the zinc nger and the leucine zipper. Another motif, a combination of helix-turn-helix and leucine zipper, is shown in box 16.1, gure 4. 15. Amphibians have very large eggs, development is external to the female, a ready supply of zygotes is available, and they are easily manipulated experimentally. 17. Assuming that each cancer might be controlled by a single locus and assuming that breast cancer appears only in women and prostate cancer appears only in men (sex limited), pancreatic and prostate cancer are probably controlled by autosomal recessive genes; colon cancer is probably controlled by a dominant gene (autosomal or sex linked); and breast cancer by a recessive gene, either autosomal or sex linked. 19. The protein product of the retinoblastoma gene, p105, binds with oncogene proteins. Thus, the protein may somehow suppress transformation; when bound by oncogene proteins, p105 may be rendered ineffective. Hence, p105 seems to act to suppress transformation and thus the gene is called an anti-oncogene. 21. Animal viruses can have DNA or RNA, either single- or doublestranded. They can be enveloped or nonenveloped. They can have simple or complex protein coats. 23. The following are translation mechanisms: normal translation; readthrough translation; and splice and then translation. 25. The v and c refer to viral and cellular, respectively. A protooncogene is a cellular oncogene within a nontransformed cell. 27. The v-src gene has no introns and the virus can function without the gene. 29. We see one band that is common to both cell lines; this band must represent the normal oncogene. The fact that this band is present in both lines indicates that the insertion of a virus has occurred in only one of the two copies of the gene present in the clone 1 cell. If it had inserted within both genes, we should not have seen the normal band. We see a larger fragment in clone 1, indicating that the DNA of the virus does not contain a site for the restriction enzyme used and that the virus has inserted within the restriction sites that de ne the band, lengthening the region probed. Alternatively, the virus could contain a restriction site and has still inserted in such a way as to lengthen the band probed by inserting between the sequence probed and the original restriction site. 31. The components of an immunoglobulin light chain are V, J, and C regions; the components of an immunoglobulin heavy chain are V, D, J, and C regions. 33. The V-J joining recognition signal is a heptamer and nonamer separated by twenty-three and twelve base pairs; see gure 16.35. 35. A T-cell receptor is an immunoglobulinlike molecule located on the surfaces of T cells, enabling them to identify infected host cells. 37. One explanation is a defect in the maturation process of B cells. Another explanation is a defect in the process of V(D)J joining, which could involve ve or more genes. 39. The simplest interpretation of these results is that something is different in the organization of antibody genes in embryonic cells and in B lymphocytes. If the genes were in the same place in both cases, we should have seen identical patterns for the two types of cells. The probe recognizes both variable and constant regions of the antibody gene, since it is made from the mature mRNA. In the B lymphocyte, the variable and constant regions are adjacent, but in the embryonic cells, there is some extra DNA between these two genes. This result led to the notion that variable genes are rearranged during the development of the immune system.
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