web_L33_08BIO311C - BIO 311C Exam 3 will be held in this...

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BIO 311C April 11, 2008 Exam 3 will be held in this room during the class period next Friday (April 18) Exam 3 will be very similar in length, style and format to Exams 1 and 2. Corresponding Exams from previous semesters have been placed on the BIO 311C-Brand web site.
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* Definition: Bioinformation molecule - a biopolymer whose sequence of monomers conveys useful information in the cell. The three kinds of information molecules in cells are DNA, RNA and polypeptides. Primary Structure of a portion of a strand of DNA Primary structure of a portion of a molecule of RNA Primary structure of a portion of a polypeptide chain The information content of bioinformation molecules resides in their primary structure.
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Major roles of Bioinformation Molecules in Cells DNA RNA Protein (polypeptide chains) long-term storage of information short-term storage of information, regulation of expression of information, management and conveyance of information expression of information *
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