Lecture 22 DNA replication I

Lecture 22 DNA replication I - WHY EVOLUTION IS TRUE...

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Unformatted text preview: WHY EVOLUTION IS TRUE Sponsored by: Emory College Department of Biology, Emory Center for Science Education Center for Chemical Evolution, Hightower Fund Emory Population Biology, Ecology and Evolution Graduate Program Jerry Coyne Professor, University of Chicago Department of Ecology and Evolution Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Harland Cinema Wednesday, March 28th at 4PM book signing and reception to follow Emory Department of Biology Public Lecture Dr. Coyne will also give a seminar on his research on Drosophila fly speciation as part of the PBEE lecture series. Friday March 30th, 12PM, O Wayne Rollins, RM 1052. Biol142 Foundations in Modern Biology II Cellular Biology and Genetics Lecture 22 Wednesday, March 21 st , 2012 DNA Replication I Reading: Freeman, Emory 2 nd Ed. Chapter 14 (pages 285 - 263) Learning objectives At the end of this lecture, you will be able to: 1) Describe the results of the 1952 HersheyChase experiment that demonstrated DNA and not protein is the hereditary material. 2) Interpret DNA band patterns visualized by density gradient centrifugation during the Meselson and Stahl experiment to determine whether DNA replication is accomplished in a conservative, semi-conservative, or dispersive manner. conservative, semi-conservative, or dispersive manner....
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