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Weeks 6-11 Lab Schedule

Weeks 6-11 Lab Schedule - 3 Yeast II Brief prelab just to...

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Tentative Lab Schedule for Bio 122: Weeks 6-11 (Fall 11-12) Week 6 = Chapter 11 Meiosis 1. TPA Prelab (includes section on goals for entire 6 weeks in lab). Go through Slide 14. 2. TPA I (Step 1 [DNA isolation])—will leave DNA frozen until Week 8 3. Karyotyping (Steps 1-2) or complete at home (Prelab will be done in recitation) 4. Complete Karyotyping (Steps 1 and 2) at home. Bring completed karyotypes to Recitation with labtop to do Step 3. Submit completed karyotypes for grading in recitation. (2%) Week 7 = Chapter 12 Genetics 1. Yeast Mating I Prelab 2. Yeast Mating I (Steps 1-4) 3. Submit Step 4 Yeast Mating questions for grading (1.5%) Week 8 = Chapter 13 More Genetics, Chapter 14 DNA 1. TPA Genotyping: Slides 15-22 2. TPA Genotyping II (Steps 2 [make gel]and 3 [start PCR])
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Yeast II: Brief prelab, just to remind students of role on yeast project today 4. Yeast Mating II (Steps 5-6) 5. Store gel safely for Week 9 Week 9= Chapter 15 Gene Expression 1. TPA Genotyping III (Step 4 [run gel]) 2. Discuss TPA Genotyping analysis While gel runs: 3. Yeast Mating III (Steps 7-8, Final Report Due Week 11 in Lab) 4. Submit Questions from Step 8 (Yeast) for in class grading or by Recitation of that week (1.5%) 5. Photograph gel Week 10 = Chapter 27 No Lab for Thanksgiving Week 11 = Chapter 27, review 1. Submit Final Report for Yeast Mating Due Week 11 in Lab (6%) 2. TPA Genotyping Prelab: Slides 23 - 30 3. TPA Genotyping IV (Steps 5 [gel analysis], Step 6 [questions], Step 7 [submit document]) for grading (4%)...
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