MCB3209Ch3%20slides - #amino acids = #bases/3 One gene...

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Fig. 3.1
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Fig. 3.2 Plasma Membrane insulation selectivity cholesterol
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microvilli cilia and microvilli
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Cytoskeleton: cellular cables actin : motility, structure keratin : structure, particularly epithelia tubulin : structure, organelle position
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Mitochondria: double membrane energy (ATP) production Fig. 3.10
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Fig. 3.15
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Granular (rough) Ribosomes Protein synthesis Agranular (smooth) Steroid hormone production Drug inactivation Fig. 3.12 Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
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Golgi Complex Protein modification, packaging, targeting Fig. 3.13 Golgi
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Mitochondria
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Microfilaments (actin) Microtubules (tubulin)
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Microtubules , nuclear division , Golgi
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Intercellular junctions
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Protein Synthesis One gene (DNA) codes for one polypeptide chain (amino acids). Codon = 3 bases --> 1 amino acid
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Unformatted text preview: #amino acids = #bases/3 One gene (DNA) codes for one mRNA (genetic transcription) . mRNA converted into protein by tRNA and ribosomes (translation ) Genetic Transcription DNA double helix separates. One strand DNA template for RNA RNA detaches. Fig. 3.18 Protein Synthesis Fig. 3.21 RNA required for transcription-translation Messenger RNA (mRNA ) codes for synthesis of proteins. Transfer RNA (tRNA ) decodes genetic message contained in mRNA. Translation of mRNA into protein ribosomes + mRNA codons; tRNA anticodons + aas Fig. 3.23 Fig. 3.22 Transfer RNA (tRNA) anticodon at one end, amino acid at the other ER produces proteins for export mRNA + tRNA + ribosomes on ER, prot. inside Fig. 3.24...
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