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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Discovery Science, Chromosome, Exon

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Genome: the total digital information contained within the dna sequences of an organism"s chromosomes. Genomics: the branch of biology dedicated to the
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: The Double Helix, Bacteriophage, Nitrogenous Base

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Chapter 5: the multifaceted nature of the dna molecules. After purifying dna from the nuclein and performing chemical test, researchers establish that
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Anemia, Antibody, Ampicillin

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In the first 5 weeks after conception, the red blood cells carry embryonic hemoglobin, which consists of 2 alpha like zeta chains and 2 beta like epsil
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: F1 Hybrid, Mutual Exclusivity, Lethal Allele

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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Molecules, Chromosome, Pax6

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1. 1 dna: the molecule that stores digitized biological information. Dna molecule stores biological information in units known as nucleotides. Dna mole
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Bacterial Conjugation, Hfr Cell, Auxotrophy

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Bacteria are termed prokaryotes because they lack the membrane bounded nucleus found in eukaryotes. Various species release oxygen into the atmosphere;
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Rna Splicing, Small Nuclear Rna, Alternative Splicing

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Chapter 7 gene expression: the flow of information from dna to rna to protein. The conversion of dna encoded information to its rna encoded equivalent
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Biological Sciences 55-211 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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Each chromosome within a eukaryotic cell nucleus contains one linear molecule of dna. This single dna contains introns and exons. Substantial stretches
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Oocyte, Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Corpus Luteum

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The nature of the specific link between sex and reproduction remained a mystery until. Anton van leeuwenhoek, one of the earliest and most astute of mi
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Robertsonian Translocation, Chromosomal Translocation, Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia

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At the dna level, there is a close similarity of nucleotide sequence across hundreds of thousands of base pairs; but at the chromosomal level, mouse an
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Biological Sciences 55-211 Chapter 8: Chapter 8 Mutation at the Molecular Level

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Dna molecule: insertion: the addition of one or more nucleotide pairs, inversion: 180 degree rotations of a segment of the dna molecule, reciprocal tra
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55-211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Chromosome, Cloning, Factor Viii

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Chapter 15 genome wide analysis of genetic variation. Extensive allelic variation distinguishes individuals within a species. There is no such thing as
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