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Lecture 10 Genomics II

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Take out a piece of paper: From last time : 1. Write down your definition for a “sequenced genome,” in your own words. (Googling a definition or looking one up on Wikipedia is cheating.) - How would you explain a “sequenced genome” to a friend or family member who does not have a science background? 2. Can the “C-form” of the RFLP marker associated with Huntington’s disease serve as a diagnostic test for Huntington’s disease? Why or why not? 3. Using the molecular tools we have discussed thus far, design a genetic test for Huntington’s disease.
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Biol142 Foundations in Modern Biology II Cellular Biology and Genetics Lecture 9 – Wednesday, February 8 th , 2012 Genomics II. Reading: Freeman, Emory 2 nd Ed. Chapter 20 (pages 363-67)
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Learning objectives At the end of this lecture, you will be able to: 1) Describe the general properties of prokaryotic genomes and the movement of DNA from one prokaryotic species to another by lateral gene transfer. 2) Describe the non-coding, repetitive DNA sequences found in eukaryotic genomes, including transposable elements such as LINEs.
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