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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dependent And Independent Variables, Scatter Plot, Standard Deviation

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May explain or influence changes in a response variable. The goal in most studies is to show that changes in one or more explanatory variables cause ch
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Simple Random Sample, Sampling Bias, Statistical Inference

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17 Dec 2015
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Population: entire group of individuals about which we want information. Sample: part of the population from which we actually collect information to d
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sample Space, Random Variable, Venn Diagram

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17 Dec 2015
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If yes, then dependent and use conditional probabilities. If no, then independent and can use multiplication rule. Mutually exclusive/disjoint events:
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Probability Distribution, Standard Deviation, Normal Distribution

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17 Dec 2015
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Normal distributions are symmetric, single peaked or bell shaped. All normal distributions have the same overall shape. Must describe a continuous rand
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Analysis Of Variance, Alternative Hypothesis, Multiple Comparisons Problem

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17 Dec 2015
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation, Sampling Distribution

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17 Dec 2015
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Within one standard deviation of the mean, 68% of the population lie. Within three standard deviations, 99. 7% of the population lie. When given the st
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U OF GSTAT 2230Bill WhiteFall

STAT 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quartile, Box Plot

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17 Dec 2015
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Skew occurs with a lot more values above or below the means (unbalanced distributions) Mean and median provide two different measures of the center of
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Motor Protein, Ribosomal Rna, Sanger Sequencing

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16 Dec 2015
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Most data from one sequencing round in illumina. Dna template for synthesis produced by a plasmid placed in bacteria for replication. 4 separate reacti
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Crispr, Glycosylation, Zinc Finger Nuclease

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16 Dec 2015
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Can function in either homologous or non-homologous recombination. If used in non-homologous, it is usually to produce a deletion or a gene knockout (w
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Exonuclease, Ecori, Base Pair

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16 Dec 2015
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Type iip: symmetric recognition site and cleavage is within the recognition site. Recognizes the sequence and cuts within that sequence. If ligation is
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Surface 3, Cas9, Methyltransferase

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16 Dec 2015
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Methylase recognizes the same sequence as the restriction enzyme. Methylates the sequence so the enzyme will only cut foreign mrna. Similar to rnai in
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stem-Loop, Scissile Bond, Drosha

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16 Dec 2015
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Pathway to regulate gene expression in eukaryotes only. Involves sirnas or mirnas which are short single-stranded rnas between 20-30 nucleotides in len
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Variable Number Tandem Repeat, Protease, Orf Eins

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16 Dec 2015
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Risc picks the strand with the less stable end to unwind. It binds to both strands, but helicase unwinds the end that is easier to unwind first. As org
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Frameshift Mutation, Exon, Stop Codon

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16 Dec 2015
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Prevent expression of potentially harmful mrnas from being exported into cytoplasm. Rapid mrna decay method developed so (labile mrnas) growth factors,
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Irradiation, To-3, Transcriptome

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16 Dec 2015
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Dna sequences in the vicinity of the structural portion of a gene that are required for expression (local structure) Encoded on the same dna molecule f
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Embryophyte, Archaea, Alternative Splicing

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16 Dec 2015
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One extra base can cause a whole frame shift. 90% of nucleotides that are transcribed are removed as introns within the nucleus. Exons are highly conse
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Beta Turn, Phenylalanine, Zinc Finger

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16 Dec 2015
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Transcription activators and repressors interact specifically with dna usually in the major groove. Dna information is read by two different types of p
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Apolipoprotein B, Transfer Rna, Africa Movie Academy Awards

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16 Dec 2015
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Because eukaryotic transcription and translation are spatially separated, rna is processed before it is an mrna to be sent out to the cytoplasm. Cappin
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ribosomal Rna, Tums, Transcription Factor Ii H

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16 Dec 2015
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Loops of 50 turns per loop are formed. Minibands of 18 loops form resulting in stacked minibands called chromosomes. Eight histone fold protein domains
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Short Hairpin Rna, Lentivirus, Rna Interference

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16 Dec 2015
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glycolaldehyde, Antibody, Ribose

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16 Dec 2015
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Ribozymes: segments of rna that display enzyme activity without proteins. Proteins are usually present as structural additions, but the enzyme is able
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stem-Loop, Dna Supercoil, Deoxyribonuclease I

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16 Dec 2015
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Moves along the dna strand in the 3" to 5" direction producing a 5" to 3" coding strand. Mg2+ in active site for dna phosphate stabilization. Sigma ext
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tums, Allolactose, Dna Binding Site

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16 Dec 2015
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Mostly operons which are polycistronic transcripts with two or more genes with related functions transcribed as one rna molecule. Only one mrna has to
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glycerol, Transfer Rna, Lac Operon

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16 Dec 2015
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E. coli prefers to use tryptophan from its environment rather than make its own since making its own costs a lot of energy. Trp operon synthesizes tryp
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U OF GBIOC 3570litchfieldFall

BIOC 3570 Study Guide - Final Guide: Myc, Transforming Growth Factor Beta, E2F

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16 Dec 2015
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Signals must occur at the right place (spatial control) and the right time (temporal control) In any signalling pathway, look for conserved areas like
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U OF GBIOC 3570litchfieldFall

BIOC 3570 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phosphoglycerate Mutase, Rna, Atep Rizal

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16 Dec 2015
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Catabolic processes to generate high energy compounds that drive biosynthetic pathways. Stage 1 building blocks: breaking things down into individual b
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U OF GBIOC 3570litchfieldFall

BIOC 3570 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gene Expression, Lipid Raft, Growth Factor

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16 Dec 2015
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Discovery of covalent modification as a regulatory mechanism using glycogen phosphorylase: Phos b is inactive form and phos a is active form. Isolated
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

Metabolic pathways.docx

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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Glycogen Synthase, Insulin, Ribose

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14 Oct 2014
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Atp Hydrolysis, Glutamine

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14 Oct 2014
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lipid Bilayer, Proteoglycan, Glycoprotein

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14 Oct 2014
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Monosaccharides: general formula: (ch2o)n, many have enantiomers, most monosaccharides tend to be in the d-enantiomer (oh on the right) orientation at
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

Enzyme Catalysis.docx

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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lauwers, Cholesterol, Apidae

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14 Oct 2014
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

Protein Functions.docx

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Examples of protein functions : protein flexibility is critical in order for it to undergo conformational changes (example in enzymes: enzyme: catalyze
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

BIOC 2580 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Peptide

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14 Oct 2014
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U OF GBIOC 2580Shannon De RooFall

Membrane proteins.docx

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U OF GBIOL 1070Shoshanah JacobsWinter

BIOL 1070 Study Guide - Final Guide: Freezing-Point Depression, Ice Crystals, Antifreeze

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12 Apr 2014
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U OF GBIOL 1080Jim KirklandFall

BIOL 1080 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pineal Gland, Sarcoma, Blood Sugar

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6 Apr 2014
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Blood is 55% plasma with 45% rbc"s, wbc"s and platelets. Wbc"s are the only blood components that can migrate in and out of tissues. Wbc"s are made fro
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U OF GBIOL 1080Jim KirklandWinter

BIOL 1080 Chapter Notes -Portal Vein, Bilirubin, Gallbladder

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8 Mar 2014
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Pancreatic enzymes work with intestinal enzymes to break nutrients into building blocks. Hepatic portal vein brings nutrient-laden blood into the liver
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U OF GBIOL 1080Jim KirklandWinter

BIOL 1080 Chapter Notes -Blood Sugar, Small Intestine, Glycogenin

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8 Mar 2014
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Burst of protein synthesis in the liver after a protein-rich meal. Mostly in muscles, but also in most tissues. Stored mostly in adipose, but also in o
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