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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
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Requirements for Institutional Biosafety Committees under the NIH Guidelines

Requirements for Institutional Biosafety Committees under the NIH Guidelines

Requirements for Institutional Biosafety Committees under the NIH Guidelines. Institutional Biosafety Committees. The cornerstone of oversight for research involving recombinant and synthetic nucleic acid molecules at the local level.

By RexAlvis
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SYNTHESIS OF P EPTIDE N UCLEIC A CID (PNA) OLIGOMERS AND THEIR CONJUGATES

SYNTHESIS OF P EPTIDE N UCLEIC A CID (PNA) OLIGOMERS AND THEIR CONJUGATES

SYNTHESIS OF P EPTIDE N UCLEIC A CID (PNA) OLIGOMERS AND THEIR CONJUGATES . Györgyi Kovács 1* , Zoltán Timár 1* , Zoltán Kupihár 1* , Zoltán Kele 1 , Péter Forgó 2 , Lajos Kovács 1*. University of Szeged, 1 Institute of Medicinal Chemistry, *Laboratory Of Nucleic Acid,

By Michelle
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Controlling Microbial Growth in the Body: Antimicrobial Drugs

Controlling Microbial Growth in the Body: Antimicrobial Drugs

Controlling Microbial Growth in the Body: Antimicrobial Drugs. 10. The History of Antimicrobial Agents. Drugs Chemicals that affect physiology in any manner Chemotherapeutic agents Drugs that act against diseases Antimicrobial agents Drugs that treat infections.

By betty_james
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TOPIC 2: BIOMOLECULE 1 DNA & PROTEIN

TOPIC 2: BIOMOLECULE 1 DNA & PROTEIN

TOPIC 2: BIOMOLECULE 1 DNA & PROTEIN. Genetic information. usually. maybe. Deoxyribonucleic acid. Ribonucleic acid. Transcribed to. Held together by. Can become. Made of. Made of. Double helix. Stabilized by. Is three main. has. Linked nucleotides. Single stranded. Exist in. has.

By sylvana
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Lesson 2.1

Lesson 2.1

Chapter 2: Cells and Tissues. Lesson 2.1. Molecules of Life. Molecules of Life. An almost countless number of different types of molecules exists in the human body.

By trilby
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Objectives – What you will need to know from this section

Objectives – What you will need to know from this section

3.5.4 VIRUSES. Objectives – What you will need to know from this section. Identify the problem of definition ‑ living or non‑living? State that there is a variety of shapes. Outline the basic structure of viruses.

By sevita
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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
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Links Between Testing and Reporting from the Laboratory Perspective Jyotsna Shah, Ph.D, CMLD, MBA February 25, 2004

Links Between Testing and Reporting from the Laboratory Perspective Jyotsna Shah, Ph.D, CMLD, MBA February 25, 2004

Links Between Testing and Reporting from the Laboratory Perspective Jyotsna Shah, Ph.D, CMLD, MBA February 25, 2004. IGeneX Reference Laboratory. Specializes in Diagnosis of Lyme and Other Tick Borne Diseases. Other Tick-borne Diseases Associated With Lyme Disease. Ehrlichiosis

By viho
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Viral Genomes

Viral Genomes

Viral Genomes. Virus. A virus is a non-cellular particle made up of genetic material and protein that can invade living cells. Viruses are very small – smaller than the smallest cell. They are usually surrounded by a capsid of proteins.

By josh
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Discovering the Structure of DNA

Discovering the Structure of DNA

Discovering the Structure of DNA. What is DNA?. DNA = deoxyribonucleic acid Holds all our cell’s information Located in the cell’s nucleus. What we already know about DNA. Codes for proteins essential to life A nucleic acid macromolecule Monomer of a nucleic acid is a nucleotide

By natala
(172 views)

Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Genes and Gene Technology. DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid Hereditary material that controls all the activities of a cell contains the information to make new cells provide instructions for making proteins. Nucleotide. A subunit of DNA

By kyle
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Which of the following statements about cells is true?

Which of the following statements about cells is true?

Which of the following statements about cells is true? a. Cells are the structures that contain all of the materials necessary for life. b. Cells are found in all organisms. c. Cells are sometimes specialized for particular functions. d. All of the above.

By lani
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Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates. Disaccharide ex. sucrose. Subunits: Sugar, Starch Use: Energy. Examples: glucose, sucrose. Lipids. Subunits: Fatty Acids Use: Energy, cell structure Chain length: ranges from 12 to 24, always with an even number of carbons. Saturated: NO double bonds

By kairos
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Gene Manipulation Concepts

Gene Manipulation Concepts

Gene Manipulation Concepts. Dr. G. Muralitharan Assistant Professor Dept. of Microbiology Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli 620024 E-mail: drgm@bdu.ac.in. Genetic Engineering. Using in vitro techniques to alter genetic material in the laboratory Basic techniques include

By rafe
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Pathogens and Disease

Pathogens and Disease

Pathogens and Disease. IB Biology. What is a Pathogen?. Any microbes (organism or virus) that cause disease Including: Viruses Bacteria Fungi Protozoa Flatworms Roundworms. Viruses. Considered Non-Living Two Parts: A Capsid: protein coat A Nucleic Acid: DNA or RNA

By zhen
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The Biology of Viruses

The Biology of Viruses

The Biology of Viruses. Where do viruses fit in the 3 domain, 6 kingdom classification of life?. Viruses do not fit into the classification of life because they are not considered to be living things Not composed of cells Cannot reproduce on their own. Properties of Viruses.

By matia
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Unit 4 Genetics

Unit 4 Genetics

Unit 4 Genetics. Section 2 What is DNA? Access Biology. Sections in this Unit. Essential Questions/Big Ideas. Standards. DNA what is it? Click link to view video…. https://www.brainpop.com/science/cellularlifeandgenetics/dna /. Let’s start with what is a chromosome?.

By chayton
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CHAPTER 9 Essentials of Virology

CHAPTER 9 Essentials of Virology

CHAPTER 9 Essentials of Virology. Virus and Virion  General Properties of Viruses.

By cuyler
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Thrive Discipleship & Apologetics Proverbs 11

Thrive Discipleship & Apologetics Proverbs 11

Thrive Discipleship & Apologetics Proverbs 11 28 Those who trust in their riches will fall, but the righteous will thrive like a green leaf. Jude

By vila
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