High-Throughput Sequencing of DNA


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High-Throughput Sequencing _____.

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1. A change in a nucleotide in a genome _____.

2. New sequencing methods have led to the following projects:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Biology and genetics courses often examine DNA, and this quiz has been constructed to see how much you know about the high-throughput sequencing of DNA. On the quiz, questions ask you about the uses and purposes of this form of sequencing as well as related projects.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use these evaluation tools as a way to measure your knowledge of:

  • Various facts about high-throughput sequencing
  • Nucleotide changes
  • Projects associated with new sequencing methodologies

Skills Practiced

This worksheet and quiz can help you sharpen the following skills:

  • Making connections - use your understanding of sequencing methodologies and show how these methodologies have led to different projects
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding changes in the nucleotide
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about high-throughput sequencing

Additional Learning

Explore this topic further through reading the connected lesson, High-Throughput Sequencing of DNA. Scan through the lesson to identify answers to the quiz, then check out the following info:

  • Properties of the genome
  • The history of Sanger sequencing
  • Next-Generation Sequencing methods