Lecture 1 - UCSD Biology #1! A cell is an organism or a...

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UCSD Biology #1!
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A cell is an organism or a unit of a multi-cellular organism 2 We are going to cover everything you see on this slide!
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Suggestions for studying Cell Biology 1.Read!!! You should read the textbook BEFORE and after (PodCast) 2. Come to lectures! 3. Principles 4. Details 1.Experiments 2.Ask TAs and Office hours 7. Discuss
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Lecture 1 Genetic Information and the Cell Nucleus 4
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5 The genetic information in the fertilized egg determine the nature of the whole multicellular organism sea urchin mouse seaweed
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The protists: single-cell eucaryotic organisms 6 An extremely diverse class of organisms 10 um Sensory bristles, cilia, appendages, mouth parts, stinging darts, contractile bundles A ciliate (150 um) paralyzes another protozoan with darts from its snout region and then devours it (phagocytosis)
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Several genomes of model system organisms have been sequenced 7
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Mitochondria and chloroplasts contain their own genetic information 1.5 billion years ago 8 (anaerobic) (aerobic)
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course BIOLGY BICD 110 taught by Professor Yiminzou during the Fall '10 term at UCSD.

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Lecture 1 - UCSD Biology #1! A cell is an organism or a...

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