Lecture 009 - Cell Cycling

Lecture 009 - Cell Cycling - Next Week: Thanksgiving...

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1 Bio1222 Haffie, 08/09 Next Week: Thanksgiving Holiday • Note that Lecture 11 will be Wed/Thurs, Oct. 15/16 • Lab/Tutorial #3 begins the week of Oct. 20. (If you had Lab #2 this week, then you will have Tutorial #3 the week of Oct . 20 etc.) Bio1222 Haffie, 08/09 Before next Lecture, I suggest . . . Before next Lecture, I suggest . . . • Invest 30 min to complete, review and organize notes from today. Link to previous lectures. • Do end of Chap 10 Questions 1, 5, 6, 7, 8 • Invest 15 min in Review of Figures 11.4 and 12.10 and the Human ABO Blood Group material in Chap 12 (pg. 248)
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2 Bio1222 Haffie, 08/09 Lec Lec 10: 10: Cell Cycling Cell Cycling Bio1222 Haffie, 08/09 Elongation by Elongation by DNA DNA Polymerase Polymerase Fig. 14-10
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3 Bio1222 Replication Forks Replication Forks Primer being extended by DNA polymerase DNA polymerase Newly synthesized primer DNA unwinds further, and leading strand synthesis proceeds continuously, while a new primer is synthesized on the lagging strand template and extended by DNA polymerase.
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