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Unformatted text preview: M B IO 3 8 1 3 - 0 0 2 D a y 1 5
M o n 9 /2 6 /1 1 t o p ic s
Ch 3 on to Ch 4
Organization within “ prok” cells
Projected photo of Nebula taken with
Hubbell Space Telescope
Projected blown-up version Fig 3.3, 2Dproteome map “ star-map like” ribosomes Figure 3-5, 2nd ed. X-ray
diffraction models relate
structure to function. Mutations
in S12 gene loop
can ---> StrepR
ribosome 1 Fig 3.5 1st Ed.
Figure 3-6 Genetic analysis of the streptomycin-resistant ribosome. Figure 3-27 The n ucleoid. Figure 3-28 N ucleoid organization. 2 F ig u r e 3 - 3 0 P r o t e in s y n t h e s is a n d s e c r e t io n . I s p o ly s o m e d ia g r a m in e r r o r ? Figure 3-29 RNA synthesis is coupled to protein synthesis. M ic r o b ia l N u tr itio n C h 4 .1
How are C, N, other elements provided?
Recipes for growth media: important aspect of
the art of microbiology
C O H N S P, Fe2+ Mg2+ K+ Ca2+ M a c r o n u t r ie n t s N?
C? Energy? 3 ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course MBIO 3813 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at The University of Oklahoma.
- Fall '11