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Class Notes for BIOL 2081C at University of Cincinnati

Genetics and Cell Biology

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BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology, Rna Interference, Microrna

Biol 2083 Genetics (Dr. Uhl) SI Leader: Adam Boiman October 11 , 2017 Central Dogma In the above figure: 1. Label the nucleus and cytoplasm (empty boxes) 2. Label the seven yellow boxes (ones with numbers) with one of the ...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Beyette
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Invitrogen, Lac Operon, Ampicillin

L ABORATORY 2:L IGATION AND BACTERIAL TRANSFORMATION The TAs will amplify a gene of interest using PCR and supply you with the amplified DNA for ligation. Exercise 1. Ligation of the PCR product into the TOPO vector. For l...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Beyette
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Homo Erectus, Coronary Artery Disease, Ancient Dna

Lecture 35. Human Evolution Read: Hartl sections 19.1-19.3 Watch (required) Hank bust the meme of human evolution and Facts about Human Evolution. 1. Describe the genomic evidence that chimpanzees are the nearest l...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Wild Type, Signal Transduction, Zygosity

Lecture 29. Cancer Genetics Reading Assignment: Hartl Sections 15.5-15.7 Learning Objectives: 1. Define tumor-suppressor genes, oncogenes, and proto-oncogenes and describe how mutations in each type of gen...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Homo Heidelbergensis, Y Chromosome, Zygosity

Lecture 36. Human Origins and Adaptations Reading Assignment: Hartl sections 19.4-19.6 Learning Objectives: 1. Differentiate between a derived and an ancestral trait, indicating which of the traits described are ...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Zygosity, Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency

Lecture 32. Selection and Drift Reading Assignment: Hartl text sections 17.5-17.7 Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the four processes that account for most changes in allelic frequency in a population. **An...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Quantitative Trait Locus, Selective Breeding, Inbreeding Depression

Lecture 34. Artificial Selection Many of the plants and animals used by humans for food, work, clothing, medicine, and other uses have been under artificial selection as part of domestication by humans for thousan...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: The Sequence, Zygote, Eukaryote

Lecture 30. Mitochondrial Inheritance Reading Assignment: Hartl text sections 16.1, 16.2, and 16.5 Helpful and optional videos: • Snail shell coiling, an example of maternal effect: https://www.youtube.co...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Null Hypothesis, Coefficient Of Relationship, Genotype Frequency

Lecture 31. Population Genetics Reading Assignment: Hartl textbook sections read 17.2 and 17.4 thoroughly and skim sections 17.1 and 17.3 Optional Video Assignment: http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/selection/sourc...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Standard Deviation, Heritability

Lecture 33. Genetics of Complex Traits Reading Assignment: Hartl text sections 18.1-18.3 Learning Objectives: **All answers in Lecture 33 & 34 notes** 1. Define a complex trait, and distinguish between continuous (...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Null Hypothesis, Coefficient Of Relationship, Genotype Frequency

Lecture 31. Population Genetics Reading Assignment: Hartl textbook sections read 17.2 and 17.4 thoroughly and skim sections 17.1 and 17.3 Optional Video Assignment: http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/selection/sourc...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Sister Chromatids, Chromosome Segregation, Cytokinesis

Lecture 28: Cell Cycle. Reading Assignment: Hartl Sections 4.2, and 15.1-15.4 Optional Video Assignment: Hank discuss Mitosis Learning Objectives: 1. Explain how a cyclin dependent kinase (Cdk) is activated to promo...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Western Blot, Alternative Splicing, Cell Potency

Lecture 24. Post-Transcriptional Control Now that we’ve discussed gene regulation at the level of transcription, we move on to post- transcriptional regulation. Our primary focus here is on stability of RNA, which is mod...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Complex Cell, Epistasis, Arabidopsis Thaliana

Lecture 25. Genetic Control of Development Reading Assignment: Hartl text Chapter 13 focusing on the LOs and pre-class assignment. Learning Objectives: 1. Use the bicoid gene as an example to explain how polarity i...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli
BIOL 2081C Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tryptophan, Lysine, Transfer Rna

Lecture 20. Translation Now that the cell has transcribed the protein into an mRNA with a 5’ cap, polyA tail, and appropriately spliced out introns, it is moved into the cytoplasm for translation. We will continue workin...

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BIOL 2081C
Uhl Juli

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