Class Notes for BSCI 10001 at Kent State University (KSU)

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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Pribnow Box, Lac Operon, Sigma Factor

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28 Apr 2019
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Transcription is the process whereby an rna copy (mrna) is made of the dna coding sequence of a gene: You may remember that we said last time (slide #1
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Stop Codon, Dna Repair, Release Factor

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28 Apr 2019
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Overview: the small and large subunits join each other near the 5" end of an mrna molecule. The ribosome then runs down the length of the mrna, transla
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Catabolite Activator Protein, Catabolite Repression, Lac Repressor

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28 Apr 2019
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The amount or activity of any protein found inside a bacterial cell could be governed in any of 3 ways: We are going to focus on transcriptional contro
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Pribnow Box, Tata Box, Lac Operon

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28 Apr 2019
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Remember we said that in the case of bacteria, the amount or activity of any protein found inside a bacterial cell could be governed in any of 3 ways:
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture 14: Cell Division

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28 Apr 2019
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Lets take a closer look at the replication of the bacterial dna molecule: While prokaryotes have a single, circular dna molecule as their chromosome, a
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture 13: Photosyntheis Lecture 3

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28 Apr 2019
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So now lets take a closer look at how the calvin cycle uses atp and nadph (derived from the. Light reactions) to convert co2 to a sugar precursor via t
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sister Chromatids, Synaptonemal Complex, Dna Replication

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28 Apr 2019
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Meiosis is a special type of cell division that results in the formation of sperm and eggs, gametes that have half the chromosome number of the parent
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Purple Sulfur Bacteria, Photosystem, Photosynthesis

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28 Apr 2019
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Plant a little seed in the ground, and a mighty tree grows up from it. Most of it comes from air and water ! The wood of the tree is almost entirely ma
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Nondisjunction, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Hypertrichosis

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28 Apr 2019
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The human x chromosome contains some 1,400 genes. Over 59 diseases are due to mutant alleles of some of these genes, including duchenne muscular dystro
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture 18: DNA Mutation Lecture 1

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28 Apr 2019
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Dna: (1) its discovery as the genetic material; (2) the mechanisms of its synthesis inside cells; and (3) how it is repaired. The more biochemists lear
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Photosystem Ii, Photosystem I, P680

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28 Apr 2019
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There are two kinds of photosystems in thylakoid membranes: photosystem i and photosystem. Ii, and they are linked to each other by an electron transpo
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KSUBSCI 10001Adam Arthur LeffFall

BSCI 10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colorectal Cancer, Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Aziz Sancar

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28 Apr 2019
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(1) accurate selection of nucleotides to start with; (2) immediate proofreading; Dna polymerases are remarkably accurate; the wrong nucleotide is incor
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