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Class Notes for BIO 110 at University of Rochester (page 8)

Principles Of Biology I

BIO 110 Lecture 12: Lac Operon
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BIO 110 Lecture 13: Finish lac operon
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BIO 110 Lecture 11: Translation
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BIO 110 Lecture 16: BIO 110
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Lac Operon Potential levels of gene regulation: transcription posttranscription translation posttranslation Regulation of gene expression positivenegative Requirements of bacterial gene expression Must be able to sense en...

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BIO 110 Lecture 15: BIO 110
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The Genetic Code Replication DNA Polymerase Transcription RNA Polymerase Translation Ribosome Simultaneous transcription and translation only happens in prokaryotes (no nucleus) How is the genetic code manifest? an ear...

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BIO 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Spliceosome, Intron, Stem-Loop
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RNA & Transcription ● Transcription - highly expressed genes may produce multiple RNA copies at the same time by multiple RNA polymerases ● Transcription usually occurs from one DNA template strand. Diff...

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BIO 110 Lecture 12: Replication
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BIO 110 Lecture 13: Transcription
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BIO 110 Lecture 11: Replication/ polymerase/ DNA Structure
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BIO 110 Lecture 8: Enzymes
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BIO 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Complementary Dna, Helicase, Dna Replication
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Replication ● Polymerases ○ Many DNA polymerases have a polymerase function (synthesis of new complementary DNA strand) as well as editing function (exonuclease, removal of incor...

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BIO 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide, Messenger Rna, Phosphodiester Bond
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Nucleic Acid Structure ● The Central Dogma - transfer of information through different molecules ○ Replication → DNA → transcription → RNA → Translation → Protein ● How is the information carried in DNA...

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BIO 110 Lecture 9: Enzymes
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BIO 110 Lecture 10: DNA Structure
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BIO 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Linus Pauling, Tata Box, Guanine
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DNA as the Hereditary Material ● What is the material of heredity? ○ DNA ● Chromosomes are made of both DNA and Proteins ● Rough versus Smooth strains of Streptococcus pneumonia bacteria ...

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