MidtermIIIreviewSp08

MidtermIIIreviewSp08 - Bio 300: Midterm III Review Chapter...

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Bio 300: Midterm III Review Chapter 16: Control of gene expression (reading: 433-447, 454-464) Mechanisms for regulating gene expression (different levels) o why gene regulation is important in single cell and multicellular organisms Proteins and DNA sequences important in regulating gene expression Transcriptional regulation in prokaryotes: general features of operons o Negative, positive, inducible, repressible o Monocistronic vs. polycistronic mRNA The lac operon o negative regulation The Jacob/Monod experiment and the phenotypes observed in their mutants partial diploids o cAMP-CAP and positive regulation Epigenetic modifications in eukaryotic gene regulation o imprinting (p120-121), why the same deletion causes Prader-Willi and Angelmans mRNA splicing in Drosophila sex determination RNA silencing/ RNA interference o types of small RNA molecules (393-394) You are responsible for understanding the level of gene regulation associated with the 3 paper abstracts presented in lecture (methylation by royal jelly in honeybees, caudal
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIOL 300 taught by Professor Rivard during the Spring '08 term at San Diego.

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