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Question 1. Explain the concept of economic productivity. (25 points) Be sure to cite the sources used to develop your answer.

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02­250: Introduction to Computational Molecular Biology Spring 2016, Homework 5, Your name:
Your gene: bRAF Choosing model organism is a complex task, some of the part we did before using
the protein sequence similarity. Let evaluate the possible model organisms from the
whole genome view. Particularly taking into account that practically no one gene act
along, on contrary usually there is a cluster of genes working together, and in many cases
they are located close to each other on the genome. Let’s do some research to find out
about other genes related to your gene and the disease it involves.
1. (1 pts) Locate your gene in human genome, choose the latest build. On which
chromosome and over which positions it is found?
2. (2 pts.) Which genes lie within close distance of the your gene? Find at least 10 closely
locates genes. Find an image of the genome in that region showing the gene locations.
List all the genes.
3. (5 pts) Explore each gene. Based on the known functions of these genes, which would
be the most plausible candidate(s) for the disease associated with your gen, and can be
also a target for the mutation and why? There can be several, depending on there
functional relations to the disease and to your gene; choose best two. These genes
together with your gene will be your test set.
4. (3 pts) Evaluate the quality of each gene in your test set. How was the intron/exon
structure of these genes determined? Given your answer, should we have high confidence
that the gene’s structure is annotated correctly? (Hint: The mapview entry for the mRNAs
of the gene will have details about the source of the sequence.)
5. (4 pts) Using genome browser (UCSC Genome Browser will be better for this task)
identify best model organism, which can represent all the genes in your test set and also
intergenic regions. Locate every gene from your selected list in the genomes and plot the
region, setting the RefSeq Genes, Other RefSeq, N­SCAN, and Conservation
tracks to full. (Hint: The resulting pictures for each gene may look like the one on the
lecture slide with conservation.)
6. (3 pts) We would expect that introns will evolve more quickly than exons, and
therefore we can find likely exon positions by looking for more conserved nucleotides.
Based on your plot for problem 5, does conservation within the organisms at the base
level provide support for the specific exon locations in the gene model? Why or why not?
7. (1 pts) Again looking at your plot from problem 5, what organism provides the best
evidence from conservation for or against the specific human gene structure model? 8. (2 pts) Based on the conservation you can observe here, roughly when in the evolution
of modern organisms does the exon structure appear to have emerged for this gene? (For
example, did it emerge after primates separated from other mammals but before monkeys
diverged from great apes? Did it emerge after placental mammals separated from
marsupials but before primates separated from other placental mammals?) Justify your
answer in a sentence or so by reference to evidence from the conservation of the gene
across species.
9. (3 pts) If we suspect that the genes in your test set might be alternatively spliced, then
we can look for evidence in other organisms for alternative splicing of the homologous
gene. Use one organismas a more distant homolog for which good experimental data is
likely to be available. How many experimentally observed splice forms are there for your
genes in this organism? Do they correspond well with the exon model annotated for the
human gene? If available, please use the model organism database.
10. (1 pts) We might decide that the best way to resolve the true splice form(s) is to do
our own sequencing of the model transcriptome and see mRNAs appear for this gene and
what models they support. Suppose we have the option of using an Illumina sequencer or
a 454 sequencer. What would be the relative advantages and disadvantages of each for
this purpose?

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Part A:

For each scenario, you

must:

a) Identify the most appropriate statistical test.

b) Identify the independent variable(s) or factor(s).

c) Identify the dependent variable.

d) Identify the scale of measurement for the independent and dependent variables.

Each answer in Part A counts ½ point for a total of 20 points.

Scenario 1

Research suggests that exercise can improve cognitive functioning. To test this phenomenon, a researcher selects a sample of 80 students in 4 9th-grade classes and gives them a cognitive functioning test. She has them do a brisk 20-minute walk before each test during a semester. At the end of the semester, the researcher re-administers the cognitive test. The researcher compares the scores before treatment with the scores after treatment to see if there is any change in cognitive function.

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Scenario 2

Childhood participation in sports, cuural groups, and youth programs appears to be related to improved self-esteem for adolescents. In a representative study, a researcher compares scores on a self-esteem questionnaire for a sample of 100 adolescents with a history of group participation and a separate sample of 100 who have no history of group participation.

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b)

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d)

Scenario 3

A researcher investigated different combinations of temperature and humidity to examine how heat affects performance in split-second decision-making skills for college football players. The researcher compared three temperature conditions (70°, 80°, and 90°) with a high humidity and a low humidity condition for each temperature. A separate group of participants was tested in each of the 6 different conditions, and for each participant, the researcher recorded the number of errors made on a decision-making as to the next move on the football field in response to a play.

Solution

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b)

c)

d)

Scenario 4

A statistics instructor thinks that doing homework improves scores on statistics exams. To test this hypothesis, she randomly assigns students to 2 groups. One group is required to work on the homework until all problems are correct, while homework is optional for the second group. At the end of the semester, exam grades are compared between the 2 groups.

Solution

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b)

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Scenario 5

Intrigued by the statistic professor’s resus, another statistics instructor wonders if it is necessary to complete the entire homework assignment until it is correct or whether just making a significant attempt was sufficient. He randomly assigns students to 3 groups: a homework optional group, a must answer each question group, and a must get all questions correct group.

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d)

Scenario 6

Researchers were interested in the effect of grouping on reading scores for male and female 3rd grade students in an after-school reading remediation intervention. Students were assigned to 1 of 3 reading groups: whole-class, small group, and one-on-one.

Solution

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b)

c)

d)

Scenario 7

A chemistry professor thinks that this year’s freshman class seems to be smarter than previous classes. To test this, he administers an IQ test to a sample of 75 freshmen and computes the mean (M=116.4) and standard deviation (s=14) of their scores. College records indicate that the mean IQ across previous years was 111.2.

Solution

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Scenario 8

A study is conducted to determine how sunlight affects happiness (mood) of kindergarten students. Two groups of kindergarten students are tested in two cities – Seattle (57 sunny days per year) and Miami (175 sunny days per year); happiness is measured on a Likert scale of 1 to 5.

Solution

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Scenario 9

A researcher wants to determine the effects of various beverages on the energy level of college indoor track runners during a meet. Three groups of n=15 in each were given either a fruit juice, Gatorade, or water 2 hours prior to the track meet. Upon completion of their run, all of the participants were given a questionnaire that asked them their perceived energy levels during the run on a scale of 1 to 10. Median energy levels among the 3 groups were compared.

Solution

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b)

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d)

Scenario 10

Researchers are interested in knowing if there is a significant difference among depression scores of students who receive certain types of therapy. Students are assigned to 1 of 3 therapy groups: journal and counseling therapy, journal therapy only, or counseling therapy only. The researchers control for pre-test depression scores.

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