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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Crystal Violet, Gram Staining, Unicellular Organism

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Can survive extreme conditions - nutrients off gases. Modified cellular envelope - strong polysaccharide shells. No peptidoglycan have pseudomurein (po
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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Bouillon Cube, Amanita Muscaria

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Anton van leeuwenhoek - lens maker made the first microscope (1600s) Today: 3d reconstruction, fluorescent probes, gram staining, other staining, etc.
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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Autoinducer, Quorum Sensing, Ecological Niche

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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chemotroph, Citric Acid Cycle, Auxotrophy

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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lactose Permease, Lac Repressor, Tetrameric Protein

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10/28 - quiz 4 - lecture 8: lac operon & -galactosidase assay. Takes in lactose (lactose permease channel - membrane protein) -galactosidase metabolize
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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ethidium Bromide, Agarose, Dna Sequencing

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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: 16S Ribosomal Rna, Carl Woese, Eukaryote

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Carl woese - 16s rrna classification (phylogenetics) - highly conserved. S sphedward unit - unit of sedimentation (time unit) Sample in centrifuge sedi
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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lambda Phage, Dna Ligase, Tropism

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11/04 - quiz 4 - lecture 9: bacteriophage biology. Most abundant organism on earth (~10 viruses per bacteria species) - >10 31. ~100 nm - ludicrously s
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BIO 226L Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lysogeny Broth, Exponential Growth, Growth Medium

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10/21 - lecture 7 (not on quiz 4 - final) Exponential growth phase - maximal rate of cell growth & division for a given amount of time. Same period of
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