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Chapter 17 AP Biology

Chapter 17 AP Biology

Chapter 17 AP Biology. From Gene to Protein. Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. DNA  RNA  Protein. What is RNA?. Contains the bases A, C, G, and U instead of T single-stranded (often folds onto itself)

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Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Chapter 17. Protein synthesis. DNA Responsible for hereditary information DNA divided into genes Gene: Sequence of nucleotides Determines amino acid sequence in proteins Genes provide information to make proteins. Protein synthesis.

By rad
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Protein Synthesis and Gene Expression

Protein Synthesis and Gene Expression

Protein Synthesis and Gene Expression. Why does a cell need proteins to function properly?. Time to make the proteins.. . Proteins are important molecules in our body because some serve as enzymes, hormones, and provide structure (muscles, hair, cartilage).

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Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan

Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan

Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage?. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage? Direct Indirect. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage? Direct Indirect

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Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan

Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan

Infectious Diseases Unit 4 Lesson 4 plan. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage?. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage? Direct Indirect. Do now. What are the two ways a pathogen causes damage? Direct Indirect

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TRANSCRIPTION

TRANSCRIPTION

TRANSCRIPTION. DNA. Transcription. mRNA. Ribosome. Translation. Protein. DNA  RNA  Protein. Transcription. DNA is copied into messenger RNA (mRNA) by an enzyme called RNA polymerase in the nucleus mRNA is identical to DNA except Thymine (nucleotide) is replaced by Uracil

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12.3 PROTEIN SYNTHESIS Cornell notes

12.3 PROTEIN SYNTHESIS Cornell notes

12.3 PROTEIN SYNTHESIS Cornell notes. DNA-RNA-PROTEIN / what does RNA do?. NUCLEUS. CYTOPLASM. -------------. DNA. RNA. What does a scribe do? What does a translator do? What is the Central Dogma of Biology?. PROTEIN. TRANSLATION. TRANSCRIPTION. blueprints. copier.

By roland
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Transcription: RNA Synthesis, Processing & Modification

Transcription: RNA Synthesis, Processing & Modification

Transcription: RNA Synthesis, Processing & Modification. Central dogma. DNA → RNA → Protein. Reverse transcription. Transcription. The process of making RNA from DNA Produces all type of RNA –mRNA, tRNA , rRNA , snRNA , m iRNA and siRNA Ribont is produced rather than deoxyribont

By hilda
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EOCT practice Domain III: Genetics

EOCT practice Domain III: Genetics

EOCT practice Domain III: Genetics. 1. What is the diploid chromosome number in a human body cell?. 23 32 44 46. 2. The gene for red/green colorblindness in humans is recessive and primarily affects males. It must be located on. the X chromosome the Y chromosome

By stella
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Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. DNA and Biotechnology. DNA Is a Double Helix Consisting of Two Strings of Nucleotides. During Replication of DNA Each Original Strand Serves As a Template for a New Strand. DNA Replication. DNA Replication. Process: DNA strands uncoil and “unzip”

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Lecture 13. Retroid viruses	 See chapter 7, and appendix 1 pp. 835 – 837.

Lecture 13. Retroid viruses See chapter 7, and appendix 1 pp. 835 – 837.

Lecture 13. Retroid viruses See chapter 7, and appendix 1 pp. 835 – 837. The retroviral life cycle Salient features: Viral RNA genome is reverse transcribed into cDNA The cDNA is integrated into the host cell genome Integrated proviral genome transcribed by host RNA pol. II.

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interMolecular Interactions & Network Inference Unit 17

interMolecular Interactions & Network Inference Unit 17

interMolecular Interactions & Network Inference Unit 17. BIOL221T : Advanced Bioinformatics for Biotechnology. Irene Gabashvili, PhD. From Previous Lectures. Name a pattern-driven algorithm for promoter prediction

By leroy
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Genes and How they Work

Genes and How they Work

Genes and How they Work. Chapter 15. The Nature of Genes. Garrod Beadle and Tatum Francis Crick. Beadle and Tatum Experiment. Used Neurospora crassa One gene/one polypeptide hypothesis. Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. DNA- RNA- Protein Transcription to translation Rule breakers?

By sawyer
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Inferring Prototypical Transcriptional Regulatory Network from Genome Sequence

Inferring Prototypical Transcriptional Regulatory Network from Genome Sequence

Inferring Prototypical Transcriptional Regulatory Network from Genome Sequence. LO Leung Yau 7 th May, 2009. Outline. Biological Background Objective Current Approaches Various Models Problem: Insufficient Data Proposed Approach Predict TFBS from protein sequence

By claire
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CS 6293 Advanced Topics: Translational Bioinformatics

CS 6293 Advanced Topics: Translational Bioinformatics

CS 6293 Advanced Topics: Translational Bioinformatics. Lectures 1 & 2: Introduction to Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology. Outline. Course overview Short introduction to molecular biology. Course Info. Time: TR 4:00-5:15pm Location: MB 1.01.03 Instructor: Dr. Jianhua Ruan

By niel
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Duckweed: Sequencing the Genome

Duckweed: Sequencing the Genome

Duckweed: Sequencing the Genome. Contains living cells that are producing proteins. DNA  RNA Protein. Through " Molecular Cloning “ or " Genetic Engineering “ or " Recombinant DNA Technology “ we can sequence the DNA of Duckweed. DNA  RNA  Protein. DNA  RNA  Protein. AAAAA.

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HAPPY new Year!

HAPPY new Year!

HAPPY new Year!. Ta ke out a sheet of pape r and textbooks, please . First things first!. You have new assigned seats for this semester! Please follow as instructions will be given. How was my vacation?. AWESOME! What did I do? flew to LAS VEGAS, NV to visit my BFF from HS for a week

By genero
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Chapter 17

Chapter 17

Chapter 17. From Gene to Protein. Beadle & Tatum. Bread mold Neurospora crassa Created mutants using X-rays That differed from the wild type in their nutritional needs. EXPERIMENT: Control: minimal medium- wild type only- all grow Class I: minimal medium +1 additional nutrient

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Chapter 19 Nucleic Acids

Chapter 19 Nucleic Acids

Chapter 19 Nucleic Acids. Nucleic acids represent the fourth major class of biomolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, fats). Like other Macromolecules- contain multiple similar monomeric units covalently joined to produce large polymers. Ch 19 Nucleic Acids Ch 20 DNA Replication

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Bacterial Transcription

Bacterial Transcription

Bacterial Transcription. Dr Mike Dyall-Smith, lab 3.07 Aim: Understand the general process of bacterial transcription References: Schaecter et al , Microbes, p141-8. Bacterial Transcription. Main topics : a) Overall scheme of information processing in cell

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