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Figure 31-1 The induction kinetics of b-galactosidase in E. coli. Page 1217
Total RNA Pulse-chase MVA Fig. 26.3
3 Major Types of RNA: messenger transfer ribosomal Other small RNAs are involved in splicing.
(prok) Inh. initiation Euk inhibitor Blocks elongation MVA Fig. 26.4
RNAP IV!! Table 31-2 RNA Polymerase Subunitsa. Page 1232
Figure 31-11aX-Ray structure of Taq RNAP core enzyme. a subunits are yellow and green, b subunit is cyan, b¢ subunit is pink, w subunit is gray. What do you notice about this structure? Page 1224
Figure 31-13bModel of the open (Rpo) complex of Taq RNAP with promoter-containing DNA showing the transcription bubble and the active site. Page 1225
Figure 31-14 The two possible modes of RNA chain growth. Growth may occur (a) by the addition of nucleotides to the 3¢ end and (b) by the addition of nucleotides to the 5¢ end. Page 1226 How could you distinguish between these two possibilities?
DNA Footprinting http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/F/ Footprinting.html
Figure 31-10 The sense (nontemplate) strand sequences of selected E. coli promoters. Page 1223
Figure 31-12a The sequence of a fork-junction promoter DNA fragment. Numbers are relative to the transcription start site, +1. Page 1225
Figure 31-16 An electron micrograph of three contiguous ribosomal genes from oocytes of the salamander Pleurodeles waltl undergoing transcription. Page 1228
RNA Backtracking MVA Fig. 26.10