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BIS 104 Reading assignments spr 2010

BIS 104 Reading assignments spr 2010 - Cell and Molecular...

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BIS 104 Assigned Reading Assigned readings cover important topics that will be covered either partially or completely in class lectures. Students are responsible for all of the material indicated in the chapters, pages, and articles on this list. Some midterm and final exam questions will come from this material . A . Mukouyama, et al. (2002). Sensory Nerves Determine the Pattern of Arterial Differentiation and Blood Vessel Branching in the Skin . Cell, 109 : 963-705. Obtain this article by downloading from PubMed. B. Lingappa article describing experimental evidence for the signal peptide hypothesis. Posted on the course website. C. Rules of Evidence I and II. Posted on the course website D Assigned pages from the required text for the course:
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Unformatted text preview: Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments. Gerald Karp, 5 th edition. Chapter 1: pp 1 – 13; 15 – 17; 20 – 21 4: pp 120 – 144; 147 – 163 5: pp 179 – 182; 207 – 208; also Figs 23, 24, 31 7: pp 239 – 254; also Figs 30, 31 8: pp 274 – 288; 293 – 296; 298 – 306; 311 – 317; 321 – 324. 9: pp 328 – 356; 360 – 368. 11: pp 459 – 464 12: pp 485 – 491; 507 – 509; 537 – 538 14: pp 570 – 579 15: pp 616 – 619; 629 – 632; 634 – 645. 16: pp 662 – 665; 672 – 677. 18: pp 727 – 743; 7744 – 746; 749 – 751; 769 – 722; 774 – 776. There are no specific reading assignments from chapters 2, 3, 6, 10, 13, or 17...
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