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CHAPTER 8 RNA: Transcription and Processing Copyright 2008 © W H Freeman and Company
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CHAPTER OUTLINE 8.1 RNA 8.2 Transcription 8.3 Transcription in eukaryotes 8.4 Functional RNAs
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RNA polymerase in action Chapter 8 Opener
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RNA
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Eukaryotic mRNA moves from nucleus to cytoplasm Figure 8-1
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Unnumbered figure pg 297
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Unnumbered figure pg 298
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The four ribonucleotides found in RNA Figure 8-2
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Transcription
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Opposite DNA strands can serve as template for RNA Figure 8-3
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Overview of transcription Figure 8-4
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Many RNAs can be simultaneously transcribed from a gene Figure 8-5
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Sequences of DNA and transcribed RNA Figure 8-6
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Promoter sequences in E. coli Figure 8-7
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Transcription initiation in prokaryotes Figure 8-8
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Elongation and termination of transcription Figure 8-9
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Elongation and termination of transcription Figure 8-9a
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Elongation and termination of transcription Figure 8-9b
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A bacterial transcription-termination site Figure 8-10
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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IGA9e_ch08_labels - 061807 - CHAPTER 8 RNA: Transcription...

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