BIO_240_Exam_1_Study_Guide

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BIO 240 Exam 1 Study Guide General Stuff: Review the Key Terms and Concepts from the Textbook—don’t reread the chapters  unless you really don’t understand something. Bring a calculator!  Remember that the mw of an amino acid is 110 Daltons, and 310  Daltons for a nucleotide—be able to do conversions between the two. If you see an unfamiliar graph, look at the titles and the axis labels.  These will save your  life. Don’t just memorize an experiment.  Be able to get the conclusion from the data, and not  just the name of the experiment. Be able to identify independent/dependent variables, controls, etc. from experimental  data Know the “Molecular Biology Techniques to Master from Today’s Lecture” for each day  of class (including Chromatography—day 13).  Know how the techniques are performed  and when you would and wouldn’t want to use them.
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