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Monday, October 13, 2008 Chapter 9, Part II (of III)

Monday, October 13, 2008 Chapter 9, Part II (of III)

Monday, October 13, 2008 Chapter 9, Part II (of III). Assignment : Chapter 9 problems 1-4, 6, 9, 16, 20, 25, 26, 32 Chapter 7 problems due this week and QUIZ!. Cloning. Molecular Cloning. Step 1: Ligation of DNA into vectors Sticky ends Different types of vectors Step 2: Transformation

By Audrey
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Zoology 145 course

Zoology 145 course

Zoology 145 course. General Animal Biology. For Premedical Student. Zoology Department Lecture 3 : Viruses. 1436-1437H. Viruses. Objectives. Describe why viruses are not considered living organisms. Describe the basic structure of viruses.

By MartaAdara
(277 views)

Principles of genetic engineering

Principles of genetic engineering

Principles of genetic engineering. L Mathias. What is genetic engineering. Genetic engineering, also known as recombinant DNA technology , means altering the genes in a living organism to produce a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) with a new genotype.

By sherlock_clovis
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This Picture is of a bacteriophage, phage means virus and bacteria is the host.This virus is also known as T4

This Picture is of a bacteriophage, phage means virus and bacteria is the host.This virus is also known as T4

This Picture is of a bacteriophage, phage means virus and bacteria is the host.This virus is also known as T4. Viruses have a covering made of protein which is called a capsid.

By Melvin
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Viral Genetics

Viral Genetics

Viral Genetics. Microbiology: The Genetics of Viruses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEKS4w9bfJg. Viruses &Bacteria: simplest biological systems. Viruses: smaller/ simpler than bacteria Contain nucleic acid and protein ONLY

By elina
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Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity

Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity

Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity. Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity. Pathogenicity The ability to cause disease Virulence The extent of pathogenicity. Portals of Entry. Mucous membranes Skin Parenteral route. Numbers of Invading Microbes.

By Sophia
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Pathogens : An organism that causes disease. ( Chp . 18/chp.39) see p.550

Pathogens : An organism that causes disease. ( Chp . 18/chp.39) see p.550

Pathogens : An organism that causes disease. ( Chp . 18/chp.39) see p.550. Types of Diseases Contagious…if it spreads quickly. Non-communicable Disease : cannot be transmitted from one person to another Heart attach Depression Stroke Hypertension/hypo. Cancer

By Rita
(461 views)

THERAPEUTIC AGENTS

THERAPEUTIC AGENTS

THERAPEUTIC AGENTS. Introduction Recombinant Proteins Nucleic Acids. Therapeutic Agents. Introduction. Before the advent of molecular biotechnology most human proteins were available in only small (limited) quantities.

By MikeCarlo
(458 views)

Virus Structure and Method of Invasion

Virus Structure and Method of Invasion

Virus Structure and Method of Invasion. Higher Biology. Introduction to viruses. Obligate parasites Specific to type of cells they target - poliomylelitis virus attacks nerve cells - hepatitis virus attacks liver cells Reproduction is their only true characteristic of being alive

By paul2
(196 views)

Bacteria & Viruses

Bacteria & Viruses

Bacteria & Viruses. DO NOW:. What are the characteristics of viruses? Bacteria? What kingdom do each of these belong? Are they living? Why or why not ?. What do you already know?. What are the differences between viruses and bacteria? Are all bacteria harmful?

By keran
(204 views)

Genetics of Viruses and Bacteria

Genetics of Viruses and Bacteria

Genetics of Viruses and Bacteria. 0.5 m. Figure 18.1. Microbial Model Systems. Viruses called bacteriophages can infect and set in motion a genetic takeover of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli

By nickan
(1151 views)

Worms!

Worms!

Worms!. Parasitic Worms. Kingdom Animalia : eukaryotic , no cell walls, heterotrophic nutrition, specialized tissues. A. Platyhelminthes. Flatworms e.g. planarians. Platyhelminthes. Trematoda = flukes leaf-shaped parasitic complex life cycles with several larval forms

By kalin
(240 views)

Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Viruses, Viroids, and Prions. General Characteristics of Viruses. Obligatory intracellular parasites Contain DNA or RNA No ribosomes No ATP-generating mechanism Contain a protein coat. General Characteristics of Viruses. Some viruses are enclosed by an envelope

By virginie
(1023 views)

Lec . 9 Dr. Ahmed K. Ali

Lec . 9 Dr. Ahmed K. Ali

Lec . 9 Dr. Ahmed K. Ali Outcomes of the virus infection for the host.

By loyal
(1188 views)

Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, and Virus

Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, and Virus

Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, and Virus. Section 7.1 Pg. 176-180 Section 18.1 pg. 489-492. The Cell Theory. Robert Hooke an English scientist is the one who came up with the cell theory. Cell theory (3 parts) All organisms are composed of one or more cells

By kim
(160 views)

Viruses

Viruses

Viruses. Biology for Majors. Viruses.

By pules
(129 views)

Unit 3: Microscopes, cells and Viruses

Unit 3: Microscopes, cells and Viruses

Unit 3: Microscopes, cells and Viruses. pp. 191-200. Modern Microscopes.

By Anita
(144 views)

Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions

Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions

Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions. Growth of Viruses. While it is easy to grow bacterial viruses, it is much more difficult and expensive to grow animal viruses Whole animals Embryonating eggs (the classic host for vaccine production).

By tymon
(169 views)

Introduction to Virology

Introduction to Virology

Introduction to Virology. Introduction to Virology. A virus is an obligate intracellular parasite containing genetic material surrounded by protein Virus particles can only be observed by an electron microscope. Introduction to Virology.

By pisces
(211 views)

Principles of genetic engineering

Principles of genetic engineering

Principles of genetic engineering. L Mathias. What is genetic engineering. Genetic engineering, also known as recombinant DNA technology , means altering the genes in a living organism to produce a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) with a new genotype.

By thornton
(223 views)

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