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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

Chapter 1: Cells and genomes

OC419927 Page
23 Jan 2011
62
Heredity is central to definition of life; it distinguishes life from other processes: other processes: burning of a candle, growth of crystal, formati
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes -Hsp60, Molten Globule, Chloramphenicol

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16 Feb 2011
37
Chapter 6: from rna to protein (reading 366-390) Even though the final product of some genes is the rna itself, most genes in a cell produce mrna molec
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

Chromosomes and Genomes

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16 Feb 2011
35
Chapter four: dna, chromosomes, and genomes (pp 195-263) Chromosomal dna and its packaging in the chromatic fiber. Dna"s most important function is to
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130

OC436212 Page
8 Oct 2011
57
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

pg.1158-1163.docx

OC330291 Page
10 Apr 2012
22
Passageways from cell to cell: gap junctions and plasmodesmata. Gap junctions couple cells both electrically and metabolically. Gap junction have two d
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes -Alpha Helix, Coiled Coil, Nucleoside Triphosphate

OC330293 Page
7 Apr 2012
18
The self-assembly and dynamic structure of cytoskeleton filaments. 3 types of cytoskeletal filaments: intermediate filaments: provides mechanical stren
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes -Methionine, Small Interfering Rna, Recognition Sequence

OC255419 Page
29 Jan 2014
14
Transcription elongation in eucaryotes is tightly couples to rna processing: In eucaryotes, transcription"s only the first of several steps needed to p
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes -Thylakoid, Chloroplast, Electrochemical Gradient

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12 Apr 2012
16
Membrane transport of small molecules and the electrical properties of membranes. Describe the permeability properties of the membrane. Protein-free li
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

Pg. 1092-1094.docx

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10 Apr 2012
18
Occurs between anaphase and ends at telophase. The change is visible through cleavage furrow; which spreads until the cell divides into two. The struct
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes -Vacuole, Cell Membrane, Lysosome

OC330291 Page
7 Apr 2012
20
Transport from the trans golgi network to lysosomes. Trans golgi network: sorts all the protein that passes through the golgi apparatus. Lysosomes are
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UTSGBIO130H1John ColemanWinter

pg. 1150-1155.docx

OC330291 Page
10 Apr 2012
14
Epithelia has two sides: basal and apical side. Tight junction form a seal between cells and a fence between membrane domains. Occluding junctions foun
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Pg.1010-1022.docx

OC330292 Page
10 Apr 2012
15
Motor proteins: bind to cytoskeleton filament and move along actin/microtubule. They carry cargo and differ in the direction that they are moving. Moto
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