Lori_s_BS111L_Lab-Signal_Transduction1

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Signal Transduction Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
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    To start today… Set up Exercise 2 in groups of 4 Each pair collect the sample in steps 2-3 You will come back later to do steps 1-7  with this sample Continue to set up Exercise 2 Do steps 8-18 and we will go back to  Exercise 1 and the first part of Exercise 2  while the tubes are sitting for 60 minutes
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    What is  Chlamydomonas? Unicellular,  biflagellate algae Common in soil  and water world- wide Haploid and  diploid at  different stages  of its life cycle Used by a large  research  community
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    Outline for this lab… Focus: How signaling controls cell behavior Week 1 (October 9) Observe organism behaviors Read literature on  Chlamydomonas  (3 articles) Week 2 (October 16) Finish behavior observations (if needed) Turn in literature review assignment Design experiment with your partner
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BS 111L taught by Professor Alison during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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