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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

[Biological Sciences 55-380] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (70 pages long!)

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

[Biological Sciences 55-237] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (335 pages long)

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27 Mar 2017
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 11: Biotech Lecture 11 (Nov 28)

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7 Feb 2017
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Idea of having ability to analyze known protein complexes, but especially unknown ones. With that knowledge, you can advance knowledge of existing prot
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 9: Biotech Lecture 9

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7 Feb 2017
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Schematic figure of cell culture week: only the first week. When you use electricity to transfer your proteins onto the inert membrane, it gives. Immun
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 6: Biotechnology Lecture 6

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7 Feb 2017
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Need to label what was found in terms of fragmentation data as well as what parts of the fingerprint you are identifying. Spot it on the plate for mald
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 4: Biotech Lecture 4

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7 Feb 2017
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Use purified protein for various applications: enzyme assays, therapeutic assays, used to make antibodies against protein of interest, structure/functi
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 7: biotech 7

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7 Feb 2017
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When you have multiple peaks in a certain area, you should not enter all the values. If there is complete baseline resolution, you can separate them an
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 5: Biotech December 5

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7 Feb 2017
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Main goal is to get an idea of the state of all the proteins in a given cell: can be under certain conditions. This can also be used to characterized s
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 3: Biotech Lecture 3

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7 Feb 2017
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Sds-page: has been a useful tool, fundamental. Significance of using in vitro systems and over expression systems to advance knowledge of a particular
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 10: Biotech Lecture 10

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7 Feb 2017
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Proteomics means a lot of different things to different people. A couple different techniques are applied to proteomics. Proteomics looks at looking at
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 2: Biotech Lecture 2

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7 Feb 2017
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The objective of this week"s lab is to start expressing the protein in e. coli. In bacteria expression, we want to produce a lot of protein for the pur
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 5: Biotech Lecture 5

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7 Feb 2017
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No way to unambiguously know that it is pten in the band until you get sequence information. Using mass spec, we will be able to be certain that the pr
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U WINDSORBIOL 3581VacratisFall

Biological Sciences 55-380 Lecture 1: Biotechnology Lab Lecture 1

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 6: Microbiology Topic 6 part 1

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7 Feb 2017
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Microbiology topic 6: genetics, genomics, and studying the microbiome. Genetics: the study of heredity and variation of inherited characteristics. Bact
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 6: Microbiology Topic 6 Part 2

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7 Feb 2017
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Bacterial (cid:498)immune system(cid:499) and revolutionary gene editing tool. Plasmids (cid:523)an other mobile elements(cid:524) considered (cid:498)
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 5: Microbiology Topic 5

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7 Feb 2017
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All living organisms eat, or at least they have nutritional needs. This is true for growing plants, cultivating livestock, and when we grow bacteria, t
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 : Viruses and Other Infectious Particles

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7 Feb 2017
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Microbiology topic 4 viruses and other infectious particles. Viruses (as well as viroids, prions) are microbes that are not considered truly living. Vi
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Lecture 1: Microbiology Lecture 1

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7 Feb 2017
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Can pass from mother to fetus, and this can lead to birth defects. If oyu are pregnant, risk of it passing to baby: microcephaly- small head and other
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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7 Feb 2017
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The science of microbiology has taken its greatest leaps forward as new tools are developed and new tool are improved. Microscope is oldest and most ba
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Lecture 2: Microbiology Lecture 2 In class

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7 Feb 2017
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 2: Microbiology Lecture 2

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7 Feb 2017
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You can divide up microbes in certain ways. Fungi: there are both large fungi and microbial fungi. Algae: phylogenetically, complex things go on, looki
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Lecture 1: Microbiology Topic 1 Online Lecture

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 : Microorganism and Microbiology

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Microbiology revolves around two interconnected themes: understanding the nature and functioning of the microbial world, applying our understanding of
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 3: Microbiology Topic 3

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 2: Microbiology Topic 2

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Chapter 3: Microbio Lecture 3

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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 Lecture 3: Microbio September 29

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Need ways of grouping organisms with different types of features. There are sometimes systems that are artificial vs. phylogenetic. Phylogeny means tha
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U WINDSORBIOL 1101Dora CavalloWinter

[Biological Sciences 55-141] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (315 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

[Biological Sciences 55-140] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (126 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Chapter 17 evolution: the development of the theory. Biological evolution refers to gradual change of populations or organisms over time, measuring tim
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Pattern Recognition Receptor, Adaptive Immune System, Innate Immune System

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5 Oct 2016
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Every organism is constantly exposed to pathogens and parasites, potentially disease causing organisms. 1st involves physical barriers that prevent the
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 42: Chapter 42 note

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5 Oct 2016
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Housing provides a place a place in which the embryo can develop. An escalation in parental investment is moving eggs and young inside the body. Many s
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Animal Communication, Sound Pressure, Striped Skunk

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5 Oct 2016
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Male white-crowned birds sing their own distinct song. According to a hypothesis, their song would be instinctive behaviour, one genetically or develop
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39: Muscle Tissue, Epithelium, Hydroxylapatite

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5 Oct 2016
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Processes responsible for homeostasis are homeostatic mechanism. Physiology: study of functions of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. Animal cel
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Batesian Mimicry, Cardiac Glycoside, Herbivore

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5 Oct 2016
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Many of the relationships we witness are products of long term evolutionary modi cation. Coevolution: genetically based reciprocal adaption in 2 or mor
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Ecosystem Ecology, Population Ecology, Allelopathy

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5 Oct 2016
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Ecology: study of relationships among species and between species and the environment in which they occur. Workers in applied ecology develop conservat
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Mycelium, Hypha, Saprotrophic Nutrition

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5 Oct 2016
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Fungi are heterotrophic eukaryotes that obtain carbon by breaking down organic molecules synthesized by other organisms. Fungi can be divided into 2 ba
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 23: Chapter 23

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5 Oct 2016
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Viruses cannot reproduce their own and lack a metabolic system to provide energy for their life cycles. Structure of a virus is reduced to the minimum
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 22: Chapter 22

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5 Oct 2016
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The full extent of the diversity of bacteria and archaea is unknown. Recent molecular techniques have been developed that allow us to isolate and clone
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 19: Chapter 19

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5 Oct 2016
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Species: population of organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring. A species should be genetically distinct from other species:
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 18: Chapter 18

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5 Oct 2016
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Microevolution: a change in frequencies of alleles of heritable phenotypic variants in a population over time. Population: includes all the individuals
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