BIO 311CSpring 2010Lecture 33 – Wednesday 21 Apr.1Your graded Exam 3 will be available for you to pick up at the end of today’s lecture.The key to Exam 3 has been posted on the course web site on Wednesday (April 21).If you believe that a question on your Exam 3 was graded incorrectly or your score was calculated inaccurately, then see Rebecca before 4:00 p.m. on Monday (April 26) to explain your concern. We cannot consider changes after that time.Jerry Brand will not be available for Office Hours on Thursday April 23).
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*Definition: Bioinformation molecule - a biopolymer whose sequence of monomers conveys useful information in the cell. The three kinds of information molecules in cells are DNA, RNA and polypeptides.Primary Structure of a portion of a strand of DNAPrimary structure of a portion of a molecule of RNAPrimary structure of a portion of a polypeptide chainThe information content of bioinformation molecules resides in their primary structures.3