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Quiz 2

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ANEQ 330 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cattle, Standard Deviation, Udder

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10 Aug 2019
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ANEQ 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Repeatability, Standard Deviation, Red Angus

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10 Aug 2019
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BMS 300 Quiz: pdf-2 11.16.35 PM

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10 Aug 2019
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BMS 300 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Bile Acid, Portal Vein, Transmembrane Protein

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10 Aug 2019
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BMS 300 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ebola Virus Disease, Npc1, T Helper Cell

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10 Aug 2019
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ANEQ 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maltese Lira, Standard Deviation, Heritability

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10 Aug 2019
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ANEQ 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Red Angus, Weaning, Best Linear Unbiased Prediction

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10 Aug 2019
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BMS 300 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ebola Virus Disease, Npc1, Endothelium

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10 Aug 2019
Macrophages are the first cell type to acquire the virus that causes ebola virus disease (evd). The infected macrophages initially release proteins tha
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Protoplast, Prokaryote, Peptidoglycan

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3 Jul 2014
70% water, 30% enzymes, salt, lipids, nucleic acids etc. Not bound by lipid bilayer membranes, bound by membranes of protein, simple lipid, or no membr
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Heterotroph, Covalent Bond, Light-Dependent Reactions

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26 Jun 2014
Each species has a very specific set of inorganic e- donors and inorganic e- acceptors. Energy derived from oxidation of inorganic molecules is used to
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Bright-Field Microscopy, Tuberculosis, Flagellum

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28 Jun 2014
When rays of light pass from one medium to another (i. e. air to h2o) the rays bend refraction. Refractive index measure of how greatly a substance slo
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Immunoglobulin M, Opsonin, Streptococcus

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27 Jun 2014
How specific ones become plasma cells and make antibodies. Phagocytic cell eats antigen expresses antigens (with multiple epitopes) on cell surface wit
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Crystal Violet, Tetrapeptide, Prokaryote

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1 Jul 2014
Membranes are an absolute requirement for all living cells, both eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Location of metabolic processes (photosynthesis, oxidative
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Eukaryotic Transcription, Cistron, Precursor Mrna

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1 Jul 2014
Flow of information: dna rna (transcription) protein (translation) Transfer trna carries amino acids to ribosome during translation. Messenger mrna, co
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Flagellum, Phototroph, Radiant Energy

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1 Jul 2014
Microbial nutrition for growth, all microbes require. C, o, h, n, s, p used to produce lipids, proteins, nucleic acids. K+, ca2+, mg2+, fe2+, fe3+ - ca
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Gamma Globulin, Immunoglobulin G, Immunoglobulin A

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27 Jun 2014
These are all referred to as the innate immune response, which is non-specific, i. e. it protects against all microbes, not a specific microbe. Note: w
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Pediococcus, Microbiological Culture, Gram Staining

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26 Jun 2014
Maintain pure cultures that may be used for fermentations. Propagate yeast to keep fermentations consistent and clean of contamination. A single strain
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Start Codon, Ribosome, Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit

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3 Jul 2014
10 is stronger consensus than -35, but -35 is also consensus sequence. During translation, mrna is read in groups of 3 bases codons. Code degeneracy so
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Protoplast, Prokaryote, Peptidoglycan

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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Heterotroph, Covalent Bond, Light-Dependent Reactions

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26 Jun 2014
Each species has a very specific set of inorganic e- donors and inorganic e- acceptors. Energy derived from oxidation of inorganic molecules is used to
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Bright-Field Microscopy, Tuberculosis, Flagellum

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28 Jun 2014
When rays of light pass from one medium to another (i. e. air to h2o) the rays bend refraction. Refractive index measure of how greatly a substance slo
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Immunoglobulin M, Opsonin, Streptococcus

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27 Jun 2014
How specific ones become plasma cells and make antibodies. Phagocytic cell eats antigen expresses antigens (with multiple epitopes) on cell surface wit
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Crystal Violet, Tetrapeptide, Prokaryote

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1 Jul 2014
Membranes are an absolute requirement for all living cells, both eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Location of metabolic processes (photosynthesis, oxidative
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Eukaryotic Transcription, Cistron, Precursor Mrna

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1 Jul 2014
Flow of information: dna rna (transcription) protein (translation) Transfer trna carries amino acids to ribosome during translation. Messenger mrna, co
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Flagellum, Phototroph, Radiant Energy

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1 Jul 2014
Microbial nutrition for growth, all microbes require. C, o, h, n, s, p used to produce lipids, proteins, nucleic acids. K+, ca2+, mg2+, fe2+, fe3+ - ca
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Gamma Globulin, Immunoglobulin G, Immunoglobulin A

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27 Jun 2014
These are all referred to as the innate immune response, which is non-specific, i. e. it protects against all microbes, not a specific microbe. Note: w
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Pediococcus, Microbiological Culture, Gram Staining

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26 Jun 2014
Maintain pure cultures that may be used for fermentations. Propagate yeast to keep fermentations consistent and clean of contamination. A single strain
View Document
CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Start Codon, Ribosome, Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit

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3 Jul 2014
10 is stronger consensus than -35, but -35 is also consensus sequence. During translation, mrna is read in groups of 3 bases codons. Code degeneracy so
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Start Codon, Ribosome, Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit

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3 Jul 2014
10 is stronger consensus than -35, but -35 is also consensus sequence. During translation, mrna is read in groups of 3 bases codons. Code degeneracy so
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Phosphodiester Bond, Sticky And Blunt Ends, Genetic Engineering

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3 Jul 2014
Putting dna of interest into a plasmid so that bacteria can be transformed with the plasmid, allowing for the production of large quantities of the. Ca
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Protoplast, Prokaryote, Peptidoglycan

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3 Jul 2014
70% water, 30% enzymes, salt, lipids, nucleic acids etc. Not bound by lipid bilayer membranes, bound by membranes of protein, simple lipid, or no membr
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Eukaryotic Transcription, Cistron, Precursor Mrna

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1 Jul 2014
Flow of information: dna rna (transcription) protein (translation) Transfer trna carries amino acids to ribosome during translation. Messenger mrna, co
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Crystal Violet, Tetrapeptide, Prokaryote

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1 Jul 2014
Membranes are an absolute requirement for all living cells, both eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Location of metabolic processes (photosynthesis, oxidative
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Flagellum, Phototroph, Radiant Energy

4 Page
1 Jul 2014
Microbial nutrition for growth, all microbes require. C, o, h, n, s, p used to produce lipids, proteins, nucleic acids. K+, ca2+, mg2+, fe2+, fe3+ - ca
View Document
CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Coronavirus, Rhinovirus, Coinfection

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28 Jun 2014
Persistent or chronic last many years, e. g. hepatitis b, mono. Latent virus stops reproducing for periods of time but can be reactivated, e. g. all he
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MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Rolling Circle Replication, Chromosome, Covalent Bond

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28 Jun 2014
Adjacent nucleotides connected by covalent phosphodiester bonds (between o on 2 sugars) Double stranded strands are complimentary & anti-parallel. A al
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CSUMIP 300Erica SuchmanSpring

MIP 300 Lecture Notes - Bright-Field Microscopy, Tuberculosis, Flagellum

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28 Jun 2014
When rays of light pass from one medium to another (i. e. air to h2o) the rays bend refraction. Refractive index measure of how greatly a substance slo
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