Background Knowledge for BIO230 2013

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Department
Biology
Course
BIO230H1
Professor
Peter Harris
Semester
Fall

Description
Background Knowledge: It is assumed that all students are familiar with and understand the content covered in the prerequisite course BIO130H1. The BIO230H1 curriculum will build on what has been taught in BIO130H1 and has been designed with the assumption that students have mastered the content in BIO130H1 prior to enrolling in BIO230H1. A detailed list of concepts and topics covered in BIO130H1 and relevant page numbers can be found below. Very little lecture time will be spent reviewing this background material. It is therefore essential that you have a firm understa nding of this content. We therefore strongly recommend that you review this material. Note that the textbook used in BIO130H1 is the same as that used in BIO230H1 (Alberts et al . 2008. th Molecular Biology of the Cell, 5 Edition. Garland Science). BIO130 Lecture Syllabuswith Readings The required course textbook: Alberts, B., Johnson, A., Lewis, J., Raff, M., Roberts, K., and Walter, P. 2008. Molecular Biology of the Cell 5th ed. New York: Garland Science; 1463p. Section 1 The Building Blocks of Life Lecture 1 - Introduction to Celland Molecular Biology - Cellular Diversity - Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes - Model Organisms Readings: Chapter 1, Chapter 2 (pp. 116-117) Lectures 2 & 3 - The Molecules of Life and Their Chemistry - DNA, RNA, and Proteins Readings: Chapter 2 (pp. 51-64), Chapter 3(pp. 125-152) Lectures 4 - 7
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