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Protein Synthesis IB Biology HL Mr. McIntyre

Protein Synthesis IB Biology HL Mr. McIntyre

Protein Synthesis IB Biology HL Mr. McIntyre. Translation: From messenger RNA to protein:. The information encoded in the DNA is transferred to messenger RNA and then decoded by the ribosome to produce proteins. 5’-ATGCCTAGGTACCTATGA-3’ 3’-TACGGATCCATGGATACT-5’. DNA. Transcription.

By topper
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DNA RNA Protein

DNA RNA Protein

DNA RNA Protein. Flow of Information. DNA  RNA  Protein. REPLICATION. DNA. Flow of Information. DNA  RNA  Protein. TRANSCRIPTION. Flow of Information. DNA  RNA  Protein. TRANSLATION. Defintions. Replication – DNA synthesis Occurs in the nucleus

By tahmores
(119 views)

The Caspase Family of Proteins

The Caspase Family of Proteins

The Caspase Family of Proteins. C ysteine-dependent A spartate- S pecific P rote ase s. Outline. Overview 2 main classes of Caspases Regulation Activation Caspase Cascade Consequences of the Cascade References. Overview of Caspase. Cysteine proteases

By lela
(173 views)

Cell Structure

Cell Structure

Cell Structure. Organelles. Recall the Characteristics of Life. All Living things share the following: Cells Organization Energy use Homeostasis Growth/Development Reproduction. The Cell Theory.

By mayes
(320 views)

Gene Function

Gene Function

Gene Function. 19 Jan, 2005. Transfer of information. DNA  RNA  polypeptide Complementary base pairing transfers information during transcription to form RNA during translation between codon and anticodon DNA binding proteins recognize double- or single-stranded DNA

By tawana
(162 views)

Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology. Head. Fig. 10-1a. DNA. Tail. Tail fiber. Radioactive protein. Empty protein shell. Phage. Radioactivity in liquid. Bacterium. Phage DNA. DNA. Batch 1 Radioactive protein. Fig. 10-1b. Centrifuge. Pellet. Agitate in a blender to separate phages

By gautam
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Chapter 17 From Gene to Protein

Chapter 17 From Gene to Protein

Chapter 17 From Gene to Protein. 17.1 – Genes specify proteins via transcription & translation. Gene Expression DNA directs the synthesis of proteins (or RNA) Includes translation & transcription Proteins are the links between genotype and phenotype One gene-one polypeptide hypothesis

By talasi
(83 views)

LB145 Sec 001-004

LB145 Sec 001-004

LB145 Sec 001-004. Today’s Outline. Tutorial Reminder Homework #1: Results Homework #2: Assigned Organelles Nucleus, RER, Golgi Apparatus, Cytoskeleton, SER, Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Peroxisomes, Vacuoles, Mitochondria, Chloroplasts Match’Em Exercise. Last chance to register clickers!.

By santos
(82 views)

Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics. Protein. DNA. Phenotype. RNA. Genome Gene. The flow of information:. 1. Storage. 2. Replication. 3. Gene Expression. Transcription. Translation. Flow of Genetic Information. Flow of Genetic Information. Translation. Cap. Start of genetic message.

By fiona
(286 views)

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis

Protein Synthesis. Making proteins from genes. One gene-one enzyme hypothesis (Beadle and Tatum) Later revised to the one gene-one polypeptide hypothesis Transcription synthesis of RNA under the direction of DNA (mRNA) Translation synthesis of a polypeptide under the direction of mRNA.

By osborn
(118 views)

CYTOLOGY

CYTOLOGY

CYTOLOGY. Cytology. Living organisms are made up of cells. Either PROKARYOTIC or EUKARYOTIC cells. A. two major cell types B. distinguished by structural organization See table on handout for differences . Plant, Animal and Bacteria Cell Models at http://www.cellsalive.com/.

By jaegar
(243 views)

7.3 Transcription in prokaryotes

7.3 Transcription in prokaryotes

7.3 Transcription in prokaryotes. 7.3.1. State that transcription is carried out in a 5’→ 3’ direction. Nucleotides are added in the form of ribonucleoside triphosphates. 7.3.2. Distinguish between the sense and antisense strands of DNA.

By vea
(337 views)

“L23 Protein Functions as a Chaperone Docking Site on the Ribosome”

“L23 Protein Functions as a Chaperone Docking Site on the Ribosome”

“L23 Protein Functions as a Chaperone Docking Site on the Ribosome”. Kramer, G., et. al. (2002) Nature 419 171-174. Presented by Michael Evans Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN 46616. Overview. Introduction to chaperones

By enya
(84 views)

Transcription and Translation

Transcription and Translation

Transcription and Translation. From DNA to RNA to protein. Overview. Genes in DNA contain information to make proteins. The cell makes mRNA copies of genes that are needed. The mRNA is read at the ribosomes in the rough ER. Protein is produced. Key Players.

By devona
(89 views)

Biology 102

Biology 102

Biology 102. Gene Regulation and Expression Part 2. Lecture outline. Translation Review of what translation is Types of RNA and their functions Overview of translation Details of translation Information flow through cell. Review: Information Flow DNA=>mRNA=>Protein. mRNA. U. U. U.

By lexine
(96 views)

Christian Rinke Microbial Genomics DOE, Joint Genome Institute crinke@lbl

Christian Rinke Microbial Genomics DOE, Joint Genome Institute crinke@lbl

Introduction to ARB (From A User's Perspective). Christian Rinke Microbial Genomics DOE, Joint Genome Institute crinke@lbl.gov. Reasons for using molecular markers. Sort and classify organisms. Unravel evolutionary relationships. Track back the origin of organisms.

By selma
(87 views)

Archaeal extreme halophiles (halobacteria, haloarchaea)

Archaeal extreme halophiles (halobacteria, haloarchaea)

Archaeal extreme halophiles (halobacteria, haloarchaea). require high concentration of NaCl for growth found in Great Salt Lake, Dead Sea, evaporation ponds bacteriorhodopsin – light-activated proton pump – covalently attached retinal – red color 1 family, 34 genera heterotrophs

By chaela
(191 views)

How Genes Work

How Genes Work

How Genes Work. 14.1 Translation. What is translation?. Conversion of code to polypeptide Happens in cytoplasm Players tRNA Anticodon mRNA Ribosomes. What does the ribosome do?. Two parts to ribosome 60S, 40S subunits (eukaryotes) 50S, 30S subunits (prokaryotes) Polyribosomes.

By buzz
(84 views)

Base stacking classification via automated clustering method

Base stacking classification via automated clustering method

Base stacking classification via automated clustering method. Eli Hershkovits 1 , Xavier Le Faucheur 1 , Neocles Leontis 2 , Allen Tannenbaum 1 1 Georgia Institute of Technology, 2 BGSU. Data Classification. Coordinate system and parameterization

By iona
(144 views)

Translation

Translation

Translation. Function of 5 ′ CAP. Protect mRNA from degradation-RNAses cannot cleave triphosphate linkages Enhance the translatability of mRNAs-cap needed for binding of cap binding protein which is needed for attachment to ribosome Enhance the transport of the mRNA from nucleus to cytoplasm

By ince
(95 views)

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