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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the model that Monod and Jacob proposed, they stated that protein synthesis is not regulated by just the structural gene but by how many other genes?
2. What was Demerec summing up by the words, "Ten years ago they were visualized as fixed units with precise boundaries?"
3. Who did Barbara write to to arrange an invitation to Cold Springs Harbor?
(a) Rollins Emerson.
(b) Milislav Demerec.
(c) Esther Parker.
(d) Marcus Rhoades.
4. In Drosophila a bacterium divide in two every how many minutes?
5. In the mutant seedlings that Barbara had grown, what could be seen that didn't belong?
(a) Streaks or spots of color.
(b) Discolored kernals that were green.
(c) Rings around the outside husk of the corn.
(d) No growth of kernals in many spots.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Einstein call a deep reverence for nature?
2. When Barbara was unwilling to accept her failure to see the Neurospora chromosomes, she went outside to sit and meditate under what type of tree?
3. Which type of RNA contains the information coding for the sequence of amino acids?
4. Barbara suggested that we must have what to "let it come to you"?
5. Bacterial chromosomes contain little, if any what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how the information or data that Barbara had collected filled her office.
2. What were the three critical factors in Millikan's style of research that Holton cited?
3. What is the example involving Love Canal that Barbara tries to explain relating to scientists and engineers?
4. What difference did Milislav Demerec observe about the symposium papers from 1941 compared to the papers from 1951?
5. Why was Barbara apprehensive about presenting her data at the next annual Cold Spring Harbor Symposium?
6. What is the answer to Eveyln Keller's question when she asks, "What enabled McClintock to see further and deeper into the mysteries of genetics than her colleagues?"
7. How did Milislav Demerec describe what the view of genes was in 1941?
8. What did George Beadle tell Warren Weaver of the Rockefeller Foundation about Barbara's visit to Stanford?
9. Why did Freeman Dyson state that Richard Feynman was unable to communicate and hard to understand?
10. How did Max Delbruck put Cold Spring Harbor on the map and for whom?
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