Reveiw ch 10-12 revised

Reveiw ch 10-12 revised - 1 BIOL 100 - Boal REVIEW REVIEW...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 BIOL 100 - Boal REVIEW REVIEW Microbial Genetics 2 300,000 × Experiment by Frederick Griffith in 1928: Bacteria 1 – pathogenic: causes pneumonia Bacteria 2 – nonpathogenic: does not cause disease Kill B1, add and mix with B2 B2 became pathogenic Hershey-Chase experiments in 1952: Exp 1. Radioactively labeled protein Results: bacteria not radioactive Exp 2. Radioactively labeled DNA Results: bacteria became radioactive 6 Fig. 10.17-2 OR LE 10-22a LE 10-22b LE 10-22c LE 10-22d 11 Chapter 10 12 Fig. 10.3D Ribbon model Partial chemical structure Computer model G C T A A T T A C C G G G C T T T T A A A A G C A T A C T G C G A T 13 Fig. 10.4 G C T A A T G G C C T T A A C C G G G G C C G G G C C C T T T T T C A A A A A G T G C A T T T T A A A A LE 10-5a LE 10-9a T A A C C A C T C C A A U T T G G U G T T A A C C U A C G G T A LE 10-9b Promoter Terminator LE 10-10 18 Fig. 10.6A 19 Fig. 10.7 A A A A A C C G G C C C G G G U U U U U U U A A LE 10-14 21 Fig. 10.16B Normal gene Protein mRNA Missing Met...
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