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  1. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 1: Information at the Molecular Level 1.1 What is biological information? 1.2 What is the heritable material? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  2. Six Breeds of One Species Opening Figure Slight differences in genetic informationleads to different phenotypes.

  3. Biological Information Fig. 1.1 a) b) inter-species c) d)

  4. Photographs of Pneumococcus Strains Fig. 1.2 R S

  5. Griffith’s Experiments Fig. 1.3

  6. Genetic Material Determines Phenotype Fig. 1.4

  7. Avery’s Transforming Factor Table 1.1 Table 1.1 Comparison of four independent preparations of transforming factor vs purified DNA.

  8. Five Amino Acids Fig. 1.5a

  9. Four Nucleotides Fig. 1.5b

  10. Title Page Integrating Concepts in Biology PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 1: Information at the Molecular Level 1.3 Can you prove protein is NOT the heritable material? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  11. Fig. 1.6 Hershey & Chase Experiment

  12. Fig. 1.7a Hershey & Chase Experiment

  13. Fig. 1.7b Hershey & Chase Experiment

  14. Fig. 1.8 Hershey & Chase Results

  15. Table 1.2 Hershey & Chase Results Table 1.2. Location of phage protein and DNA after infection of E. coli.

  16. Innocence Project ELSI Fig. 1.1

  17. 1906 Understanding of Genetics ELSI Fig. 1.2

  18. Title Slide Integrating Concepts in Biology PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 1: Information at the Molecular Level 1.4 How does DNA’s shape affect its function? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  19. RNA and DNA Structures Fig. 1.9

  20. Watson and Crick DNA Model Fig. 1.10

  21. Watson and Crick DNA Model Fig. 1.10d

  22. Chemical Bonds Fig. 1.11

  23. X-ray Diffraction of DNA Fig. 1.12 Maurice Wilkins’ data Rosalind Franklin’s data

  24. Watson & Crick Base Pairs Fig. 1.13

  25. 3 Models of DNA Replication Fig. 1.14

  26. Meselson & Stahl Experiments Fig. 1.15a low concentration (low density) high concentration of CsCl (high density)

  27. Meselson & Stahl Experiments Fig. 1.15b & c

  28. Meselson & Stahl Experiments Fig. 1.16

  29. Meselson & Stahl Experiments Fig. 1.17 separate mixed DNA by CsCl gradient

  30. Title Slide Integrating Concepts in Biology PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 1: Information at the Molecular Level 1.5 Is all genetic information encoded linearly in the DNA sequence? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  31. Methylated Bases Fig. 1.18

  32. Thin Layer Chromatography Fig. 1.19

  33. Bases of Active vs Inactive DNA Fig. 1.20

  34. Pharmacological Gene Regulation Fig. 1.21

  35. Title Slide Integrating Concepts in Biology PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 1: Information at the Molecular Level 1.6 How do genetic diseases arise? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  36. DNA Polymerase Activity Fig. 1.22

  37. DNA Polymerase Activity Table 1.4

  38. DNA Polymerase Fidelity Table 1.5 Table 1.5 Comparison of old and young DNA polymerase capacity.

  39. Changes in DNA pol. Error Rate Table 1.6 Table 1.6 Comparison of ions on human DNA polymerase capacity.