Lec21+2010 - Reading: Chapter 17, pages 325-348...

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Unformatted text preview: Reading: Chapter 17, pages 325-348 Supplements: Web Activity: 17.1, 17.2, 17.3, 17. Lecture 21: From Genotype to Phenotype Wednesday 11/10/10 Bio 93 Fall 2010 Reminder: In-class Quiz #2 on Friday 11/12/10 Lectures 15-21 5 Questions; 2 points each NO make-up quizzes Fall 2010, Bio 93, ODowd and Warrior, UCI - Copyright: All rights reserved HOW DO YOU GO FROM GENOTYPE TO PHENOTYPE? An organisms genotype is carried in the sequence of bases The Central Dogma Fall 2010, Bio 93, ODowd and Warrior, UCI - Copyright: All rights reserved The phenotype is a consequence of the proteins that are expressed DNA RNA Protein Eukaryotes: Transcription occurs in the _____________________ _____________________ occurs mainly at ribosomes in the cytoplasm. The primary transcript is ______________ before export to the cytoplasm. Bacteria: Because bacteria lack nuclei , transcription and translation are coupled. _____________________ attach to mRNAs while transcription is still in progress....
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Lec21+2010 - Reading: Chapter 17, pages 325-348...

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