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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mature Messenger Rna, Messenger Rna, Precursor Mrna

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19 Feb 2018
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Chapter 7: from dna to protein: how cells read the genome. Production of different mrnas (and proteins) from the same gene by splicing its rna transcri
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dna Replication, Polynucleotide, Atp Hydrolysis

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19 Feb 2018
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Two complementary nucleotides in an rna or a dna molecule that are held together by hydrogen bonds. Orderly sequence of events by which a cell duplicat
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Adherens Junction, Basal Lamina, Cell Junction

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17 May 2018
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Chapter 20: cell communities: tissues, stem cells, and cancer. Cell junction that helps hold together epithelial cells in a sheet of epithelium; Descri
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ion Channel, Temazepam, Optogenetics

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19 Mar 2018
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Traveling wave of electrical excitation caused by rapid, transient, self-propagating depolarization of the plasma membrane in a neuron or other excitab
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Nucleic Acid Hybridization, Reverse Transcriptase, Noncoding Dna

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19 Mar 2018
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Dna molecule synthesized from an mrna molecule and therefore lacking the introns that are present in genomic dna cdna library. Collection of dna fragme
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dna Mismatch Repair, Dna Replication, Dna Ligase

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19 Feb 2018
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Disease caused by abnormal and uncontrollable cell proliferation followed by invasion and colonization of body sites normally reserved for other cells.
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Regulatory Sequence, Long Non-Coding Rna, Small Interfering Rna

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19 Feb 2018
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Describes the way in which groups of transcription regulators work together to regulate the expression of a single gene. Process by which cell undergoe
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Acetyl-Coa, Atp Hydrolysis, Thioester

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19 Feb 2018
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Small molecule that stores energy or chemical groups in a form that can be donated to many different metabolic reactions. Energy that must be acquired
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nucleoside Triphosphate, Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Non-Covalent Interactions

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19 Feb 2018
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A molecule that releases a proton when dissolved in water; this dissociation generates hydronium (h3o+) ions, thereby lowering ph. Small organic molecu
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Hydrophile, Hydrolysis, Transcytosis

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25 Mar 2018
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Mechanism by which a cell eats itself, digesting molecules and. Molecule that steers proteins along productive folding pathways, helping them to fold c
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Membrane Fluidity, Transmembrane Protein, Peptide

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19 Mar 2018
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Having both hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions, as in a phospholipid or detergent molecule. Pigmented protein found i abundance in he plasma membrane
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UMASS BOSTONBIOL 212alexey veraskaSpring

BIOL 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: C-Terminus, Affinity Chromatography, N-Terminus

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19 Feb 2018
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Region on the surface of an enzyme that binds to a substrate molecule and catalyzes its chemical transformation. Describes a protein that can exist in
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