Lab 6- DNA fingerprinting-fall10

Lab 6- DNA fingerprinting-fall10 - Proposals Wrote a lot of...

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Proposals Wrote a lot of suggestions in order to help you with the experimental design, writing and possible problems Please read them and follow my suggestions If I see the same mistakes next time, you will be marked down Do not use “I” in your reports! I know it was you or a partner who did it, so you don’t have to tell me When writing your introductory paragraph, I want to see evidence that you have done some research on the subject you are testing Do not just explain why you are doing your experiment, you should have information backing up your hypothesis
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Materials and Methods For the diffusion experiment: Obtain two petri dishes with wells cut out of the agar. Place two drops of methylene blue and potassium ferricyanide into each of the wells. Place one well in refridgerator and the other at room temperature. Measure amount of diffusion at 30 minute intervals and record.
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Lab 6 DNA Fingerprinting
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Brief Overview of DNA Codes for all proteins formed in the organism Human genome consists of about 3 billion base pairs Codes for approximately 20-30,000 genes Would take someone 9.5 years to read all the bases in the human genome at a rate of 10 bases per second Yeast has about 12 million base pairs coding 6,275 genes Mice have a similar number of base pairs as humans
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DNA Strand
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DNA Fingerprinting What parts are matched? DNA is broken into fragments for comparison using
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