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BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chromosome, Heterogametic Sex, Nondisjunction

BI 311 Genetics; Week 3 Study Guide Week 3 Study Guide Topic List: Sex determination and sex linkage Pedigree analysis Polygene hypothesis for quantitative inheritance Analysis of quant...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plasmid, Antimicrobial Resistance, Lysogenic Cycle

BI 311 Genetics; Week 5 Study Guide Week 5 Study Guide Topic List: Bacteriophage life cycles and mapping of bacteriophage genes Transfer of genetic material between bacterial genomes through conjugation, ...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Chromatid, Cytogenetics, Chromosome

BI 311 Genetics; Week 4 Study Guide Week 4 Study Guide Topic List: Gene linkage and homologous recombination Genetic map distances and chromatid interference Physical (cytogenetic) ma pping Learni...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Metaphase, Sister Chromatids, Interphase

BI 311 Genetics; Week 2 Study Guide Week 2 Study Guide Topic List: Cellular division: mitosis and meiosis Mendelian inheritance Inheritance patterns that deviate from simple Mendelian genetics ...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stem-Loop, Allolactose, Riboswitch

BI 311 Genetics; Week 8 Study Guide Week 8 Study Guide Topic List: Homologous recombination in the repair of double -strand breaks Regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes Learning outcomes: 1. Des...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Alkylation, Endonuclease, Chromosomal Inversion

BI 311 Genetics; Week 7 Study Guide Week 7 Study Guide Topic List: The genetic code Gene mutation Variation in chromosome structure and number DNA repair Learning outcomes: 1. Explain how t...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tata Box, Peptide, Heterokaryon

BI 311 Genetics; Week 6 Study Guide Week 6 Study Guide Topic List: Analysis of biochemical pathways Intragenic vs. intergenic distances Colinearity of gene and protein Transcription and transl...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Differential Centrifugation, Matthew Meselson, Franklin Stahl

Lecture: DNA replication Slide 1: DNA replication: different models, molecular details, and in vitro sequencing. Slide 2: The double helix model proposed by Watson and Crick led them to suggest a semi- conservative cop...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dna Replication, Euchromatin, Heterochromatin

BI 311 Genetics; Week 1 Study Guide Week 1 Study Guide Topic List: Introduction to genetics DNA (or RNA) as genetic material DNA structure and replication The eukaryotic chromosome Nav...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thomas Hunt Morgan, Maclyn Mccarty, Enterobacteria Phage T2

Lecture: DNA as genetic material Slide 1: DNA as genetic material: historic experiments, DNA structure, and gene properties. Slide 2: We mentioned in the previous lecture that Gregor Mendel discovered the rules governin...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Chloroplast Dna, Nucleosome

Lecture: The eukaryotic chromosome Slide 1: The eukaryotic chromosome: structure, DNA classes, replication, and telomeres. Slide 2: In this lecture, we will compare/contrast viral and bacterial genomes to those of eukar...

BIOL 1086 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Multiple Cloning Site, Knockout Mouse, Mario Capecchi

Chapter 19 Molecular Genetic Analysis and Biotechnology COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS True/False 1. A DNA footprint indicates a region of DNA bound by a protein. (T) 2. Agarose-gel electrophoresis can be used to separate D...

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