Class Notes for Biological Sciences at Brock University (BROCKU)



BROCK UBIOL 1F90Doug BruceFall

BIOL 1F90 Lecture 4: chapter8

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17 Dec 2015
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Energy and thermodynamics: living organisms require energy to do work, any change in state or motion of matter. Living things are open systems: second
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture 3: September 14, 2016

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21 Sep 2016
23
Structure: amino group, alpha carbon, carboxyl group, h, r group: amino group is always charged. Chiral configurations: chiral molecules are mirror ima
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture 4: September 15, 2016

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21 Sep 2016
34
Proteins are always described as n-terminal (beginning and amino acids), and c-terminal (last amino acid-carboxyl) Single bond between c and n rotates
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Protein Folding, Hydrogen Bond, Protein Structure

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19 Sep 2016
21
The arrangement of r groups: 3. 5 a per residue, 7 a between r groups on the same side. H bonding holds the strands at the hydrogen bonding on the back
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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 1F25 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: American Cancer Society, Nematology, Scientific American

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29 Sep 2016
20
The brain has two neural pathways that control movement: Scientific peers review the information for thoroughness, accuracy, appropriate methods, impor
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mutation, Rna World

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21 Jan 2017
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Transposable Element, Dna Profiling, Reverse Transcriptase

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17 Oct 2016
40
The problem of dna content and genome composition: highly repeated dna fraction (-10% in human genome) 20-80% of total dna (~45% in humans: gene length
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dna Supercoil, Atp Hydrolysis, Dna Gyrase

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14 Dec 2016
2
Dna organization and chromosomes (chapter 9 and 10) Table 9-2: dna length is an order of a magnitude bigger than the viral particle space it has to fil
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Uracil, Inosine, Guanine

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3 Oct 2016
34
Cytosine deamination (loss of an amino group) occurs in about 1 of every 107 cytosine residues every 24 hours. Product of cytosine deamination is: look
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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 1F25 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mptp, Striatum, Indirect Pathway Of Movement

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29 Sep 2016
11
Occurs only after repeated testing that consistently supports the hypothesis over many conditions, usually by many researchers working independently. T
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Adonis SkandalisFall

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: World Federation Of Trade Unions, Transfer Rna, Hydrolysis

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14 Dec 2016
9
Translocation of the ribosome relative to the mrna, to the next codon, involves the dtp binding protein ef-g. The size and the shape of the ef-g are co
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BROCK UBIOL 2P02Nicholas D VespriniSpring

BIOL 2P02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Van Der Waals Force, London Dispersion Force, Zwitterion

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7 Aug 2015
44
Topics: elements of life, types of chemical bonds, properties of chemical bonds, building blocks of life, four main components of cells, monomers in li
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