A transgenic is an organism which

  1. Incorporates the foreign gene
  2. Incorporates and expresses the foreign gen
  3. Incorporates, expresses and passes the foreign gene to the next generation.
  4. Incorporates, expresses, inherits and mutates a foreign gene.
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The natural genetic engineer of plants is

  1. Armillaria ostoyae
  2. Agrobacterium tumefacians
  3. Argemonaria geneticis
  4. Nuclearia incorporate
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A distinct advantage of continuous culture over batch culture is

  1. Higher productivity
  2. Versitality
  3. Can be used for different reactions everyday
  4. Continuous inflow of nutrients
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Plasmids are good vectors for genetic engineering because

  1. They self replicate within bacterial cells
  2. Replicate freely outside bacterial cells
  3. Can be replicated in culture
  4. Can be replicated in laboratory using enzymes
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Molecular weight of DNA in diploid human cell in Da is

  1. 3.6 X 10 12 Da
  2. 46 X 10 10
  3. 30 billion Da
  4. 46 billion Da
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In AGE, A stands for

  1. Accelerated
  2. Attenuated
  3. Agarose
  4. Agar agar
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rop’ in pBR 322 stands for

  1. Restricted origin for replication
  2. Replication proteins
  3. Reporter origin palindrome
  4. Replication origin point
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The Ti in Ti plasmid stands for

  1. Tumour inciting
  2. Tumour inducing
  3. Transposon incumbent
  4. Transition impact
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Classical biotechnology does not include the production of

  1. Curd
  2. Ethyl alcohol
  3. Insulin from bacteria
  4. Citric acid
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Why is a marker gene useful?

A It shows you where the gene being added has been taken up.

B It's a way of labelling which gene you want to modify.

C It sticks with the striker gene.

D  It marks the position  of r DNA

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