BIO 1140 DGD feb 28 - BIO 1140 DGD March 3, 2011 Note...

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BIO 1140 DGD March 3, 2011
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Note taking for Dr. Johnson’s lectures Do not write down every word Dr. Johnson says (he tends to tell jokes) Print out the notes (or to save trees have them open on your laptop)  most of the info is on there  add in information that you consider important and try to transcribe it into your own words (you will remember it better)
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Review of DNA structure DNA vs RNA DNA  deoxyribonucleic acid RNA  ribonucleic acid
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Different DNA structures
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The Basic or Archetypal Structural Forms for DNA and RNA. Type of Organism Genetic Material Organization “Bacterium” dsDNA(s) Protein/DNA circular Nucleoid “Eukaryote” dsDNA Protein/DNA linear Chromosome Mitochondria dsDNA Protein/DNA circular Chloroplast dsDNA Protein/DNA circular Virus ss or ds DNA Protein/DNA circular or linear ss or ds RNA Protein/DNA circular or linear Viroid ssRNA, circular None ?
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DNA is the genetic material Evidence? Giffith’s experiment  followed by Avery’s work
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course SCIENCE BIO1140 taught by Professor Fenwick during the Spring '09 term at University of Ottawa.

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BIO 1140 DGD feb 28 - BIO 1140 DGD March 3, 2011 Note...

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