Lecture 9 SRR F-2011

Lecture 9 SRR F-2011 - Biology 313 Lecture 9 Sept 14, 2011...

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Biology 313 Lecture 9 Sept 14, 2011 Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin
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Wednesday 14 September, 7:00 PM Room 118 Horticulture Dr. Jeff Essner, GDCB Department “Hopping genes and jumping fish: Insights into vascular and stem cell development in zebrafish BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES CLUB
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Mary Lyon British Edinburgh (Ph.D.) Medical Research Council (MRC) @ Harwell – mutagens, effects of radiation, post- WWII
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10 points “extra credit”: substitute a quiz grade
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How many other female scientists in Chapters 3 & 4?
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Mechanism of X-chromosome inactivation? Caused by activation of the X-inactivation specific transcript gene ( X-ist ); X-linked Only one of the two X-ist genes becomes active (random, differs from cell to cell) X-ist codes for an RNA that coats the X chromosome and makes genes on it inactive (called gene silencing ) (due to chromatin rearrangements? Packaging? Remodeling?)
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END OF CH. 4
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VEISHEA PARADE 2008 SNOW!
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Chapter 5: Modifications and Extensions of Basic Principles PROBLEMS: All Concept Checks Worked Problem Comprehension/ Application questions (end of chapter)
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1. Phenotypes can be determined by special characteristics of the alleles of a gene A. Different types of dominance: allele interactions B. Penetrance and expressivity C. Lethal alleles D. Allelic series Chapter 5: Extending Mendel-- how is phenotype determined?
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course BIO 313 taught by Professor Rodermel during the Fall '11 term at Iowa State.

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