Genetics Interview Questions
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what is parkinson's gene?

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What is gene expression

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differentiate Mitosis and Meiosis ?

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what is Regeneration ?

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what is Punnett square ?

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what are the sex linked traits in humanbeings?

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what are splice junction mutations?

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Does unwinding DNA cause aging?


Is Jurassic Park -- Completely impossible?


Is Recombination in Human Mitochondrial DNA really possible?


what is the Impact Of Gene Cloning?

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Has vitamin c been produced in a human naturally before?


How do you recognise that it is deoxyribose nucleic acid?

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what is Sickle Cell Anemia ?

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what causes heterosexuality?


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In horses coat color is dependent upon genes as follows: A_B_ results in bay, aaB_ in black, A_bb in chestnut, aabb in liver. In addition, palimino is derived by Dd with chestnut. A palimono stallion (DdAAbb) is crossed with a palimino mare (DdAAbb). What percent of the offspring will be palimino?


A number of plant species have a recessive allele for albinism; homozygous albino (white) individuals are unable to synthesize chlorophyll. If a tobacco plant heterozygous for albinism is allowed to self-pollinate and 500 seeds germinate: a)how many offspring will be the same genotype as the parent? b)how many seedlings would you expect to be white?


A blastomere was removed from an 8-cell human embryo, and its beta-globin gene was amplified by PCR. The beta-globin DNA was treated with an enzyme that cuts on either side of and within the normal allele (producing a small fragment), but not within the sickle cell allele (producing a large fragment). Electrophoresis of the treated DNA from the blastomere demonstrated the presence of both a large and small fragment derived from the beta-globin genes. How should you interpret this test?


How to construct Genetic Code?


Consider two linked autosomal genes. The dominant allele C of the first gene causes cataracts of the eye, whereas its recessive allele produces normal eyes. The dominant allele P causes polydactyly (an extra finger) whereas its allele (p) produces a normal number of fingers. A man with cataracts and normal fingers marries a woman with polydactyly and normal eyes. Their son has both polydactyly and cataracts and he marries a woman with neither trait. What is the probability that their first child will have cataracts and polydactyly?


How can all organisms share the same 4 bases DNA and still be so diverse?


Why do we age?


What is your personal opinion regarding genetic engineering and human cloning?


what happens in Postmeiotic segregation?


How will you differentiate alleles of a gene in the double strand of DNA?


What is the chemical composition of gene?


Suppose you are heterozygous for a mutant beta-thalassemia allele. If the frequency of beta-thalassemia is 1/1600 persons, what is the probabilty that your prospective spouse is heterozygous for a mutant beta-thalassemia allele?


In the definition of mutation we say sudden heritable change i the DNA, so what does sudden means here?


What are the 8 steps that are involved in genetic engineering?


Different between back cross and test cross