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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18-19: Whole Genome Sequencing, Structural Genomics, Transcriptomics Technologies

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13 Dec 2017
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Genomics: field of genetics used to understand content, organization, function and evolution of genetic information in an entire genome. Comparative ge
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Ap Site, Mutagen, Hypoxanthine

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15 Nov 2017
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If replication occurs and the nucleic acids are incorrect then when the polymerase goes through it will read them incorrectly. Tautomeric shifts: the b
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Prokaryote, Chromosome, Organic Compound

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26 Oct 2017
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Advantages of using bacteria and viruses for genetic studies. Don"t have to worry about traits being hidden by others. Minimal media: contains minimum
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Malignancy, Signal Transduction, Zygosity

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30 Nov 2017
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Body loses ability to stop cell from growing. Lose genetic control over cell growth i. b. Forms mass that does not leave the tissue that it originated
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Lac Operon, Repressor, Operon

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30 Nov 2017
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GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Human Body Weight, Genetic Correlation, Heritability

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11 Dec 2017
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Normal distribution: large number of factors contribute to a measurement. The sample measured for quantitative trait is large. Samples: used if populat
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Nucleosome, Chromatin, Methylation

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30 Nov 2017
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Base Pair, Meiosis, Mitosis

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15 Nov 2017
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Any base pair change in part of dna molecule. Changes in dna sequence are passed to daughter cells. If there is genetic mutation in one type of cell (e
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Euchromatin, Consensus Sequence, Tata Box

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7 Nov 2017
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Transcription: rna molecules are synthesized on a dna template. The amount of rna is proportional to the amount of protein in a cell. Transcriptional u
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Proofreading, Plasmid, Topoisomerase

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27 Oct 2017
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Copy original and get new copy but still keep old copy. Dispersive: chunk of old helix + chunks of new helix. Break up old helix strand and fuse with c
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Dna Extraction, Cytosine, Nitrogenous Base

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26 Oct 2017
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Must be able to make more of itself. Must be able to hold whole genome even if some genes aren"t in use. People thought dna lacked chemical diversity f
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CLEMSON UGEN-3000Kate TsaiFall

GEN-3000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Cloning Vector, Molecular Cloning, Recombinant Dna

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13 Dec 2017
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Recombinant dna technology: molecular technique for locating, isolating, altering and studying dna segments. Allows manipulation of different dna seque
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