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RUTGERS01:447:380R MichaelisFall

01:447:380 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Rna, Gene, Protein

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01:447:380 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Protein, Messenger Rna, Dna

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[01:447:380] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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1. 1 genetics is important to us individually, to society, and to the. Study of biology we all posses genes that influence our lives in significant way
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01:447:380- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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01:447:380 Midterm: Exam 2

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01:447:380 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Walter Sutton, Theodor Boveri, Frederick Griffith

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Types of dnas: chromosomal dna in the nucleus, mitochondrial dna: we have, chloroplast dna: plants have, bacterial dna (chromosomes and plasmids, viral
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01:447:380 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stop Codon, Mecp2, Response Element

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Recitation problem set 3: imagine an operon that has three structural genes: gene 1 makes protein 1, gene 2 makes. Protein 2, and gene 3 makes protein
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01:447:380 Midterm: Genetics Recitation Problem set 5 and 6

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01:447:380 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rugby Football League, Dna Ligase, Dna Replication

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Proteins and enzymes taking part in bacterial replication and their function a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Initiator proteins: find the origin of replication
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Green Paper, White Paper, Cytokinesis

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01:447:384 Lecture 17: Fly cross experimentOER14VI18 (1)

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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mutual Exclusivity, Gregor Mendel, Crop Yield

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2 heads heads + tails event total possibilities. Transmission genetics, the inheritance patterns for the resulting offspring of a cross can be predicte
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data

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01:447:384 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Restriction Enzyme, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Restriction Digest

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Problems involving restriction enzymes: a piece of linear dna contains the palindrome ctgcag. This palindrome is randomly repeated 3 times along a piec
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01:447:384 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Dominance (Genetics), Phenylalanine Hydroxylase, Genetic Counseling

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Both families have members affected with the autosomal recessive disorder phenylketonuria (pku). Aside: as soon as a child is born his/her heel is pric
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01:447:384 Lecture 18: Sordaria Lab (1)

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01:447:384 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Southern Blot, Northern Blot, Western Blot

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Complete the diagram to describe a southern blot procedural design. The southern blot is a technique used to detect a specific dna sequence in samples.
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01:447:384 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Deoxyribonuclease, Lysosome, Paper Cup

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01:447:384 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bio-Rad Laboratories, Growth Medium, Calcium Chloride

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RUTGERS01:447:380Professor MichaelisSpring

01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Optic Neuropathy, Degenerative Disease, Zygosity

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01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Allele, Chromosome, Asthma

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Rf between the c gene and the w gene = 13% Rf between the w gene and the t gene = 27% Interference = 9. 0: imagine you performed a linkage analysis in
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01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Trp Operon, Lac Operon, Pribnow Box

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Constitutive genes are on all the time often referred to as housekeeping genes, because their proteins perform functions that are necessary for basic f
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RUTGERS01:447:380D.GlodowskiFall

01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Southern Blot, Dystrophin

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General methods: restriction enzyme digest, each enzyme recognizes a specific dna sequence a) Using gel electrophoresis: dna moves from (-) to (+, smal
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01:447:380 Lecture 10: DNA Mutation and Repair

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Mutations are heritable changes in the dna sequence. The most common (often called normal) sequence is the wild-type sequence; all changes in the dna b
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01:447:380 Lecture 8: Cell Cycle, Mitosis and Meiosis

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It took many rounds of replication and division to build your approx. In addition to replication/division making more cells, cells differentiate as the
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01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nonsense Mutation, Mutation, Stop Codon

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Phenotype: synonymous mutations: does(cid:374)"t (cid:272)ha(cid:374)ge the a(cid:373)i(cid:374)o acid content of the protein, synonymous and intronic
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01:447:380 Lecture 9: DNA Replication

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The speed which an organism can replicate its dna influences the speed at which its cells can replicate and divide. Escherichia coli can replicate 60,0
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01:447:380 Lecture 12: Mendel's Laws and The Principle Of Heredity

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01:447:380 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Punnett Square, Phenotypic Trait, Wild Type

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RUTGERS01:447:380Natalia MorsciSpring

01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cell Theory, Germplasm, Meiosis

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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Turner Syndrome, Y Chromosome, Genic

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Sexual reproducion is the formaion of ofspring that are geneically diferent from their parents sexual reproducion consists of two processes that lead t
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RUTGERS01:447:380Natalia MorsciSpring

01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Unicellular Organism, Nuclear Membrane, Telomere

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2. 1 prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ in a number of. 2. 2 cell reproduction requires the copying of the genetic. Material, separation of the co
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RUTGERS01:447:380Natalia MorsciSpring

01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gregor Mendel, Gamete, Allele

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3. 1 gregor mendel discovered the basic principles of heredity. Gregor mendel was born in the present-day czech republic and worked as an abbot in a mo
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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Pseudoautosomal Region, Heterogametic Sex, Punnett Square

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01:447:380 Chapter 13: Nonmendelian Inheritance

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01:447:380 Chapter 16: Multifactorial Traits and Diseases and Quantitative Genetics

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