Bio181notes - Genetics of Viruses and Prokaryotes Define...

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Genetics of Viruses and Prokaryotes Define operon Describe the different mechanisms of DNA exchange between bacteria Distinguish between constitutive and inducible genes Explain the differences in gene expression between prokaryotes and eukaryotes Explain how promoters, operators, inducers, respressors and RNA Polymerase are involved in regulating the expression of bacterial operons Understand how CRP protein and cyclic AMP are involved in regulating lactose operon mRNA synthesis Predict the consequences of mutations in the lac and trp operons The Eukaryotic Genome and its Expression Explain the types of biological information that arise from complete genome sequencing projects Describe RNA processing events in the eukaryotic nucleus What is the importance of alternative splicing? Understand RNA splicing, and the electron microscopy experiment first used to prove the occurrance of introns Describe the role of RNA polymerase, enhancers, activators, TATA-binding protein and transcription factors in eukaryotic mRNA synthesis
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