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A wild-type culture of haploid yeast is exposed to ethyl methanesulfonate EMS). Yeast cells are plated on a complete medium, and 6 colonies (colonies numbered 1 to 6) are transferred to a new complete medium plate for further study. Four replica plates are made from the complete medium plate to plates containing minimal medium or minimal medium plus one amino acid (replica plates numbered 1 to 4) with the following results: Submit ▼ Part F Choose the appropriate genotypes for the following colonies, (choose+ for the wild-type synthesis and-for the mutant synthesis of arginine, histidine, and leucine). medium Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. Reset Help Replica plate Plate 1 Plate 2 Plate 3 Plate 4 Minimal Minimal +Histidine Arginine Minimal +Leucine Minimal his^, arg, leu hisarg, leu his , arg , leu

PartG Are there any colonies for which genotype information cannot be determined? If so, which colony or colonies? Select all that apply. 0 1 0 2 03 0 4 5 There are no such colonies. Submit uest Answer

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