HGP(Human Genome Project) gave a new area in biology called as

(a)BioSciences

(b)Bioinformatics

(c)Biochemistry

(d)Biological sciences

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Which of the following was not the goal of Human Genome Project

(a)Identification of human genes

(b)human genome sequence determination

(c)store information in databases

(d)Improve manpower for data analysis

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The Human Genome Project started in ______and completed, in__________ year respectively.

(a)1990,2003

(b)1993,2003

(c)1993,2006

(d)1990,2006

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The major approaches used in HGP for identifying genes were

(a)BLAST

(b)Expressed Sequence Tags

(c)Sequence annotation

(d)b and c

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Which of the following were not used in HGP?

(a)Vectors like BAC and YAC

(b) Hosts like plants and animals

(c)Protein sequencers

(d)DNA sequencers

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Frederick Sanger is credited for the invention of

(a)DNA sequencing method

(b)Protein sequencing method

(c)Both

(d)RNA sequencing method

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The last chromosome to be sequenced in HGP was

(a) the last chromosome of the human genome

(b)the first chromosome of the human genome

(c)chromosome I

(d)Both b and c

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The number of autosomal chromosomes in the human beings are

(a)44

(b)22

(c)2

(d)1

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How many of the following were the features of the Human Genome

1.99.9% bases are present are exactly same in all humans

2.all sequences were found to be coding sequences

3.Repeated sequences make up very large portion of the human genome

4.Repeated sequences are useful for chromosome structure, dynamics and evolution

5.The maximum no of genes were found to be present at the chromosome which was last sequenced

6.The fewest no of genes were found to be present at the chromosome which is present in male only.

(a)1

(b)2

(c)3

(d)5

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The locations in human genome which differ by a single base difference is known as

(a)Single nucleotide mutation

(b)Single nucleotide polymorphism

(c)RFLP

(d)Single nucleotide polymorphogenesis

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