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Exam_3_review_slides - were noted for particular experimens...

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Here are some additional slides for EXAM #3. Some of the slides here are new material and some are clarifications of items that needed additional explaining in preparation for exam #3 The “problem based” questions are mostly (but not exclusively) based on techniques such as: 1. restriction enzyme (or RFLP) applications 1. tRNA structure and binding to mRNA 2. Differences between PROKARYOTES AND EUKARYOTES in terms of transcription and translation 1. DNA structure and analysis 2. Make sure to look at the many scientists who
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Unformatted text preview: were noted for particular experimens and what exactly the experiments verified/discovered. I have posted additional practice questions in your semester book. Please look them over PROKS and EUKS differences for transcription and translation (KNOW THIS!!!) tRNA Structure This is the same thing as this, but shown as dsDNA molecules Any newly synthesized DNA would be shown as this (dashed line) DNA separates New DNA synthesized 1st 2nd New DNA synthesized New DNA synthesized 3rd New DNA synthesized 4th...
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