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FAUMCB 3020LScheurle DanielaSpring

MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Lysogenic Cycle, Protoplasm, Capsid

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Viruses (part 2: temperate viruses tend to undergo a lysogenic pathway in order to multiply the number of viral particle present: When the host cell re
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FAUMCB 3020Esiobu NwadiutoSpring

MCB 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Deoxyribonucleotide, Lyme Disease, Human Papillomavirus Infection

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Each frag(cid:373)e(cid:374)t"s (cid:373)igratio(cid:374) rate is i(cid:374)versely proportional to the log of its molecular weight. Southern blotting
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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Calcium Chloride, Electroporation, Plasmid

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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Redox Indicator, Rennet, Ph Indicator

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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Pyrimidine Dimer, Non-Ionizing Radiation, Thymine

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Chapter 17: effects of ultraviolet light on bacteria. Uv radiation: part of the non-ionizing radiation spectrum: divided into three types- according to
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FAUMCB 3020Esiobu NwadiutoSpring

MCB 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Reverse Transcriptase, Alternative Splicing, Microbiology

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Identify which rna viruses use rna-dependent rna polymerases and which use. How do rna viruses replicate their genomes: methods vary from group to grou
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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Oswald Avery, Streptococcus, Auxotrophy

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There are many way that bacteria can exchange genetic material. Transformation: the transfer of genetic material from one bacterium to another, whereby
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MCB 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Electrophoresis, Southern Blot, Plasmid

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MCB 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Human Genome Project, Intron, Genomic Library

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Types of cloning vectors: plasmids (most commonly used, phages and viruses, cosmids, artificial chromosomes. Plasmids: replicate autonomously and easy
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MCB 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Tautomer, Dna Replication, Concept Map

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Mechanisms of genetic variation: distinguish spontaneous from induced mutations, and list the most common ways each arises, construct a table, concept
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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Reaction Rate, Ideal Gas Law

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Sterilization: the complete elimination of vegetative bacterial cells. Ionizing radiation (x rays or gamma rays: are both commonly used to sterilize it
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MCB 3020L Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism, Dna Profiling, Restriction Enzyme

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Each individual (plant, animal, or bacterial cell) will have a dna profile that is as unique as a human fingerprint. Over 99% of the 3 billion nucleoti
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