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YORKKINE 3012Michael ConnorWinter

KINE 3012 Study Guide - Surface Tension, Respiratory Tract, Macrophage

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YORKKINE 3012Michael ConnorWinter

KINE 3012 Study Guide - Urinary System, Cardiac Output, Arteriole

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YORKKINE 3012Michael ConnorWinter

KINE 3012 Study Guide - Pituitary Gland, Luteinizing Hormone

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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Plasmid, Recombinant Dna, Cloning

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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Kinetochore, Methylation, Phosphorylation

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7 Oct 2012
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There are 2 important features of this structure which. 1)during metaphase it is the point of intersection of the chromatins. 2)during anaphase the cen
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Sanger Sequencing, Dna Replication, Restriction Enzyme

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In order to understand the basic structure of dna it is important to understand the prevalent primary and secondary structure of it. Protein is the mai
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism, Southern Blot, Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction

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7 Oct 2012
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This method of analysis does not rely on the mutation having a phenotype change, some genes can be polymorphic, therefore, this is a much more useful a
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Acid Dissociation Constant, Grater, Small Nuclear Rna

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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Genetic Linkage, Dna Sequencing, Hydrolysis

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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Cytosine, Covalent Bond, Purine

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All genes have a control site followed by a coding region. The gene needs to be activated by the control region before proteins can be made (refer also
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Sv40, Base Pair, Dna Supercoil

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7 Oct 2012
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The size of a dna molecule is measured in the number of base pairs (bp), one nucleotide residue has an average molecular weight of about 330, and there
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Interphase, Cell Nucleus, Reading Frame

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7 Oct 2012
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Exon duplication and shuffling; the presence of exons has always been a part of the genes early on in life. The existence of introns allow for the exon
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Ribosomal Rna, Transferase, Bacteria

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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Okazaki Fragments, Polynucleotide, Reverse Transcriptase

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Used in analyzing a digest fragment with a p32 probe, used for dna fragments. Mammalian genomes are relatively large, with ~ 3 x 109 bp, the frequency
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Differential Centrifugation, Pcaf, Mitosis

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The 10nm fiber has two sets of h2a, h2b, h3, h4 as its core particles, there is approximately 146 bp of dna wrapped around every 1. 65 turns; the linke
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Transferase, Restriction Enzyme, Ethidium Bromide

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This process of creating a restriction map is based on the idea that there are different recognition sites for the various other types of endonucleases
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YORKBIOL 3110Peter CheungFall

BIOL 3110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Methylation, Uracil, Processivity

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The synthesis of nucleotides are regulated by several feedback mechanisms. Dna polymerization occurs by a specific molecular mechanism. Methylation of
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