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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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[LIFESCI 3] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (112 pages long)

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Study guide: dna rna protein, protein: gene product of the cell. Dna: linear double stranded molecule that forms a helix shape: can be replicated for a
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UCLALIFESCI 3Fluitt, A.H.Spring

LIFESCI 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 96 pages long!)

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LIFESCI 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 158 pages long!)

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LIFESCI 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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[LIFESCI 3] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (28 pages long)

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Binding depends on: affinity, velocity, specificity, concentration camp as ligand. Binding site complimentary = lock and key, results in specificity. I
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittSummer

LIFESCI 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

[LIFESCI 3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (127 pages long!)

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[LIFESCI 3] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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Molecular biology: the study of essential macromolecules. Prokaryotic cells have no membrane bound organelles and no nucleus. Dna is usually in a circl
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Methyltransferase, Genomic Library, Trp Operon

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Protein translation is essential for life: describe the process of activation of amino acids, define nonoverlapping of the genetic code, define degener
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prokaryote, Nucleophile, Lac Operon

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Ls3 midterm i practice exam (10 pts) 1. Name:_________________________________ id __________________________ (last) (first) (9 pts) 3. Rna plays a key
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deoxyribose, Northstar Engine Series, Histone H2B

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The structure of dna is critical to its function: describe in words what makes up the backbone of dna. (2 pts) Sugar phosphate backbone made up of alte
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Repressor, Alfred Noble Prize, Affinity Chromatography

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Questions 1-4: use the codon table in the appendix to answer the following multiple-choice questions. N-term met-trp-met-his-arg c-term: 5"- atgtggatgc
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cell C, Covalent Bond, Enzyme

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This midterm counted 20% of the final grade. The exams in 2008 will be in the similar format, but the level of difficulty may be different. The score d
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Selectable Marker, Genomic Library, Exonuclease

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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrogen Bond, Streptococcus, Base Pair

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1: frederick griffith was experimenting with streptococcus pneumoniae in order to determine what made the s strain so virulent. 2: unusual base pairs a
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: 2-Mercaptoethanol, Ribose, Thymine

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Instructions: this exam is 8 pages long, write your name on every page, no credit will be given for an, write only in the space provided. Before starti
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LIFESCI 4 Midterm: LIFESCI4 Midterm with Solutions

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LIFESCI 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tight Junction, Collagen, Exergonic Reaction

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[questions 1-2] the phosphorylation of a protein is not a spontaneous reaction. However, when that reaction is coupled to the hydrolysis of atp, the pa
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LIFESCI 4 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Genetic Linkage, Glutamine, Praline

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Before starting, w1ite your name on every page. 2. clearly will be graded: do not write on the backs of pages. 6. on the last page is the codon table.
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Flac, Dna-Binding Domain, Tryptophan

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Haploid/diploid analysis: oc = o-, acts on cis (locally on the same dna molecule) I- acts on trans: f"la(cid:272) = plas(cid:373)id, 1st row: wild-type
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture 27: Lecture 27 cloning I

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Cloning: extrachromosomal dna gets inside cell -> expressed in addition to natural genome. Vectors (= plasmid for the sake of the class: extracellular
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture 28: Lecture 28 cloning II

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Lecture 28 insulin: e. g. ampicillin + unregulated lac z or dual antibiotics, grow selected bacteria on agar/liquid culture, affinity chromatography. I
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Nucleosome, Corepressor, Transcription Factor

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Either attenuates transcription towards end of leader sequence, or transcribe everything. O(cid:374)ly t(cid:396)a(cid:374)s(cid:272)(cid:396)i(cid:271
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit, Consensus Sequence, Ribozyme

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I, u (open) reading frame = region between aug start codon & stop codon. 1 reading frame for each protein: 6 different reading frames in dna. Each stra
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Sticky And Blunt Ends, Drosha, Allosteric Regulation

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Lecture 26 recap gal: multiple layers of signaling, default state: gal 4 and gal 80 expressed constitutively. Gal 4 binds upstream activation sequences
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LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Wild Type, Allolactose, Flac

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Pk transcription regulation: translation of transcription factors helps regulate transcription, transcription factors bind particular dna sequences, pr
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Base Pair, Leucine, Wobble Base Pair

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Lecture 20: a charged trna has an aa attached to it, modification on trna: connect aa to it. There are several trnas for each aa. Anticodon on trna mat
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittWinter

LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Helicase, Exonuclease, Phosphodiester Bond

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Dna sequences and influence transcription rate of individual genes. Differences: ek cells are highly complex in transcription: depends on extracellular
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LIFESCI 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Release Factor, Electrophile, Ribosome

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Ek translation: kozak sequence contains aug; spa(cid:374)s f(cid:396)o(cid:373) 5" utr to (cid:272)odi(cid:374)g (cid:396)egio(cid:374) (cid:894)i(cid:
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.1-15.3: Sigma Factor, Ribonucleoside, Peptide

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Is catalyzed by dna-dependent rna polymerases, which use. Factor to recognize and bind the promoter during initiation. Eukaryotic cells have three type
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.2: Tautomer, Exonuclease, Okazaki Fragments

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Dna polymerases elongate dna in the 5" 3" direction. A template strand that guides the polymerization reaction. A primer strand that is complementary t
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.2: Covalent Bond, Reaction Coordinate, Binding Energy

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5. 2 enzymes: the reaction catalysts of biological systems. All enzymes are proteins with the exception of a small group of catalytic rna molecules. So
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Dna Binding Site, Binding Constant, Cooperative Binding

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A protein bound to another macromolecule can alter structure and/or function. Reversible binding of proteins to other molecules follows defined princip
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittSummer

LIFESCI 3 Chapter 2,3,4,6: LS 3 assignment 1

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LIFESCI 3 Chapter 1: prokaryotes

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LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1-3.2: Methyl Group, Amine, Chemical Bond

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3. 1 chemical building blocks of nucleic acids and proteins. Dna and rna store and transmit genetic information. Nucleotides are monomers that can be l
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UCLALIFESCI 3Amy FluittFall

LIFESCI 3 Chapter 21.3: 21.3

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Using multiple transcription factors to control genes requires dispersed binding sites. Dna looping accommodates large distances between enhancers and
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LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20.2: Riboswitch, Conformational Change, Small Molecule

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20. 2 beyond transcription: control of other steps in the gene expression pathway. Control of gene expression after transcription allows rapid up or do
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LIFESCI 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21.1: Transcription Factor Ii H, Nucleosome, Deoxyribonuclease I

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Eukaryotic genes are expressed at low levels in the absence of regulatory proteins. Atp-dependent changes in nucleosome positioning on dna. Substitutio
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LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit, Prokaryotic Large Ribosomal Subunit, Aminoacyl-Trna

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