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week 4 objectives - Biology 112 Unicellular life Drs Kion...

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Biology 112: Unicellular life. Drs. Kion, Spiegelman, Taylor Week 4 Readings Freeman 15.1-15.3, 16.1, 16.3-16.5 Brock, 11.1-11.3 (e-text chapter 8) Online Pre-Class Assignment - Week 4 Due by 8am on Sept 28 th PeerWise Question Submission Group B – due by 8am on Oct 5 th PeerWise Question Feedback All students must answer at least one question and leave feedback. Sept 28 th Invention Activity Sept 30 th Transcription Discussion topics: square4 Chromosomes and plasmids square4 Information flow in cells square4 Transcription directionality square4 Mechanism of transcription square4 Start and stop signals square4 Interactions between protein and nucleic acids Related learning objectives: square4 Describe the general features of gene organization on bacterial chromosomes. square4 Describe the characteristics of bacterial plasmids. square4 Describe the steps of information flow in transcription and translation. square4 Describe what is meant by a “consensus sequence” and be able to determine a consensus sequence from a simple data set.
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