Bacterial Genetics - Bacterial Genetics Mutations Genetic...

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Bacterial Genetics Mutations Genetic recombination Homologous recombination Transfer of DNA Transformation Transduction Conjugation Transposition
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Bacterial Genetics Gene function Model systems Molecular cloning Biotechnology Pathogens Antibiotic resistance
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DNA is the Genetic Molecule The Griffith Experiment (1928) & The Avery, McLeod, & McCarty Experiment (1944)
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Semi-Conservative Replication of DNA Meselson & Stahl, 1958
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Microbial Genetics Wild type Genotype (hisC) Phenotype (His+) Mutant Selectable Non-selectable Screening
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Mutants
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Replica Plating
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Molecular Basis of Mutation Spontaneous or induced mutations Base-pair substitutions Silent mutation Missense mutation Nonsense mutation Frameshift mutations Reading frame shifts
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Molecular Basis of Mutation Base-Pair Substitution
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Molecular Basis of Mutation Frame-Shift Mutations
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Molecular Basis of Mutation Back mutation Deletions Insertions Translocations
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Mutagens Chemical mutagens Radiation Nonionizing (UV light) Ionizing (gamma rays) DNA repair Biological mutagens (transposons) Site-directed mutagenesis
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Chemical Mutagens Nucleotide Analogs
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Genetic exchange between two homologous DNA sequences from two
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