Study guide for final-2010

Study guide for final-2010 - 4. How does antibiotic...

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Study guide for the final exam (Dr. Cheng). 1. We may think to use DNA or protein sequence to understand the phylogenetic relationships of organisms. Why do you think this approach is more reasonable than using morphological data? 2. Why do we think life may have been originated from inorganic materials to organic materials and to cellular life? 3. Bacteria are prokaryotes, why do we separate archaea from bacteria?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. How does antibiotic resistance develop in bacteria? 5. Understand the major roles of fungi in our ecosystem. 6. Understand the processes of viral infection in cells. 7. What is the best strategy to control viral infection in humans? 8. Understand what makes protist so diverse. Understand the concept of secondary endosymbiosis....
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