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Lecture 32. Friday 4-15-11
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Final Exam 1. The final for BIO201B is scheduled for Tuesday (5-10-11) from 11:45 to 2:45 in Knox 20 2. The final exam will consist of the Section III exam (about 30 questions) and the lab exam (about 20 questions) together (for about 50 questions total). 4. The final exam will cover information from the lectures from March 28 (lecture #25) to the end of the course and all of the labs. 5. For examples of what the final might look like, see the final exams on UBlearns under Course Documents.
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Lab Lectures for the Final Lab #1 Lecture #8 (2-7) Lab #2 Lecture #12 (2-18) Lab #3 Lecture #18 (3-4) Lab #4 Lecture #25 (3-28) Lab #5 Lecture #29 (4-8) Lab #6 Lecture #35 (4-22)
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2. Tubulin polymerization and depolymerization and mitotic chromosome movements in Prometaphase What does this do? Lengthen and shorten chromosomal spindle fibers
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New edition of the textbook adds a depolymerase to help shorten the chromosomal MTs Can chromosomal MTs shorten at both the plus and minus ends?
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Remember, kinesin is a plus-end directed motor. It moves the cargo towards the plus end kinesin dynein 3. Motor proteins position the mitotic chromosomes and the poles 1. Polar spindle fiber MT sliding by kinesin causes the poles to move apart 2. Dynein-based movement moves mitotic chromosomes toward the minus ends of chromosomal spindle fibers 3. Kinesin-based movement moves mitotic chromosomes toward the plus ends of chromosomal spindle fibers Which phase is this? Prometaphase
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