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Unformatted text preview: MIC 150: Bacterial Genetics MIC 150 Reading Assignments (Part I)- 1 - Winter 2010 Reading Assignments (Part I) Molecular Genetics of Bacteria , Third Edition, L. Snyder & W. Champness (2007) Session 1: The Power of Bacterial Genetics Introduction, pp 1-11. Read this short chapter, and note the many useful definitions and concepts. Ch. 1, pp. 13-70. Skim the entire chapter in order to review basic concepts (such as the structure and synthesis of DNA) as necessary. Read the following sections: Replication Errors, pp. 25-29 The Bacterial Genome, p. 51 Features of Bacterial Genomes (Box 1.4), pp. 52-53 Bacterial Genome Sequencing (Box 1.5), p. 62 Session 2: Bacterial Gene Expression Ch. 2, pp 71-137. Skim the entire chapter in order to review basic concepts (such as the structure and synthesis of RNA and protein) as necessary. Read the following sections: Transcription, pp. 74-86 Proteins, pp. 86-106 Regulation of Gene Expression, pp. 115-117 Useful Concepts, pp. 117-125 Annotation and Comparative Genomics (Box 2.7), pp. 125-130Annotation and Comparative Genomics (Box 2....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2010 for the course MIC MIC taught by Professor Meek during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.
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