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Bacteria & Viruses

Bacteria & Viruses

Bacteria & Viruses Also Known As… Why We Beat the Aliens at the End of “ War of the Worlds” Bacteria – Basic Info Bacteria were the first forms of life on the planet. They arose from the organic soup of the primordial Earth. There are several characteristics that all bacteria have in common:

By johana
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A. An overview of molecular biology

A. An overview of molecular biology

A. An overview of molecular biology. Read Human Molecular Genetic Ch. 1 A.1. Background A.2. Macromolecules A.3. DNA structure A.4. RNA transcription and Gene Expression A.5. RNA processing A.5.1. Splicing A.5.2. RNA Capping

By Sophia
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Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay. Nucleus - protons are arranged in -neutrons a pattern. Atoms whose nucleus is to large will emit an alpha particle 4 2 . He.

By victoria
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Nucleic Acids

Nucleic Acids

Nucleic Acids. 2 Types DNA- deoxyribonucleic acid RNA- ribonucleic acid What do they do? Contain genetic information . DNA. Exists as double helix- like a spiral staircase Encodes cells protein sequences Exists in our cells in compact segments called chromosomes. RNA.

By erika
(358 views)

Chem150 - Survey of Biochemistry

Chem150 - Survey of Biochemistry

Chem150 - Survey of Biochemistry. Introduction. Introduction. The chemistry we will focus on this semester Organic Chemistry The chemistry of carbon Functional groups Biochemistry The chemistry of living systems. Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry.

By Sharon_Dale
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Nucleotide metabolism – Part 1 (purine biosynthesis)

Nucleotide metabolism – Part 1 (purine biosynthesis)

Nucleotide metabolism – Part 1 (purine biosynthesis). By Henry Wormser, Ph.D Professor of Medicinal Chemistry. Biological significance of nucleotide metabolism. Nucleotides make up nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) Nucleotide triphosphates are the “energy carriers” in cells (primarily ATP)

By flora
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Graduate student of Dr. Don Bergstrom investigates the Medicinal and Bioorganic Chemistry of Nucleic Acids.

Graduate student of Dr. Don Bergstrom investigates the Medicinal and Bioorganic Chemistry of Nucleic Acids.

Graduate student of Dr. Don Bergstrom investigates the Medicinal and Bioorganic Chemistry of Nucleic Acids. .

By LeeJohn
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THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE

THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE

THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE. Section A: DNA as the Genetic Material. Section A: DNA as the Genetic Material. The search for genetic material led to DNA Watson and Crick discovered the double helix by building models to conform to X-ray data. Introduction.

By Mia_John
(618 views)

Written Description : Antibodies Bennett Celsa TC 1600 QAS

Written Description : Antibodies Bennett Celsa TC 1600 QAS

Written Description : Antibodies Bennett Celsa TC 1600 QAS. Antibody Structure. Antibody Variable Domains. Humanization of Antibodies. The W.D. Guidelines.

By oshin
(614 views)

Microbial Genetics

Microbial Genetics

Dr. Gary Andersen, 913-279-2211 Some slides used with permission from Curtis Smith, KCKCC Reference: Chapter 7,8 from (Black, J., 2005). Microbial Genetics. Genomes – the total of the genetic material in a cell.

By salena
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Section 2–3 Carbon Compounds

Section 2–3 Carbon Compounds

Section 2–3 Carbon Compounds. This section explains how the element carbon able to form millions of carbon, or organic, compounds. It describes the four groups of organic compounds found in living things. The Chemistry of Carbon . How many valence electrons does each carbon atom have?.

By arleen
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Pentose Phosphate Pathway

Pentose Phosphate Pathway

Pentose Phosphate Pathway. Generation of NADPH and Pentoses. Overview. Function NADPH production Reducing power carrier Synthetic pathways Role as cellular antioxidants Ribose synthesis Nucleic acids and nucleotides. Characteristics: Tissue Distribution. Demand for NADPH

By Jims
(543 views)

Plankton Culture for Feeding Larval Fish

Plankton Culture for Feeding Larval Fish

Plankton Culture for Feeding Larval Fish. Introduction. You’ve got larval fish!! Good job!! Now what?? If you’ve researched then it shouldn’t be a big deal, because you’re ready to feed those little critters!

By daniel_millan
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GeneChip Hybridization

GeneChip Hybridization

GeneChip Hybridization. Denature 99C 10 minutes. Inject into GeneChip. The following hybridization mix is prepared for each sample. Fragmented cRNA 5ug 10 ul Control B2 Oligo 1.7 ul 20x Eukaryotic Control mix [bio B, bio C, bio D, Cre] 5 ul

By meli
(327 views)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2. 2.1 Introduction. Chemistry is the branch of science that considers the composition of matter and how this composition changes.

By clea
(979 views)

About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources

About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources

About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources.

By rudolph
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1. Four classes of macromolecules

1. Four classes of macromolecules

1. Four classes of macromolecules. All key components of every living cell are made of macromolecules . They can be classified into four main classes: Carbohydrates (sugars, starch and cellulose) Lipids (fats, oils, steroids) Proteins (polypeptide chains and their assemblages)

By rusty
(320 views)

The Origin and Chemistry of Life

The Origin and Chemistry of Life

The Origin and Chemistry of Life. Chapter 2. Water and Life. Water makes up a large portion of living organisms. It has several unusual properties that make it essential for life. Hydrogen bonds lie behind these important properties. Water and Life.

By addo
(312 views)

Welcome to 3FF3! Bio-organic Chemistry

Welcome to 3FF3! Bio-organic Chemistry

Welcome to 3FF3! Bio-organic Chemistry. Jan. 7, 2008. Instructor: Adrienne Pedrech ABB 417 Email: adriennepedrech@hotmail.com -Course website: http://www.chemistry.mcmaster.ca/courses/3f03/index.html Lectures: MW 8:30 F 10:30 (CNH/B107)

By albany
(370 views)

Gene Therapy: Overcoming Enablement Rejections

Gene Therapy: Overcoming Enablement Rejections

Gene Therapy: Overcoming Enablement Rejections. Karen M. Hauda Supervisory Patent Examiner Art Unit 1632 (703) 305-6608 karen.hauda@uspto.gov. SPE Art Unit 1632 Karen M. Hauda (703) 305-6608 karen.hauda@uspto.gov. SPE Art Unit 1633 Deborah J. Clark (703) 305-4051

By metta
(261 views)

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