Lecture_1_bio_intro

Class wins a prize objec7ves for this lecture biology

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Unformatted text preview: never worth the risk! •  Plagiarism includes stealing code. •  We will run all the code on the CS servers so do all your development on them •  Keep an eye on the details in the instruc7ons about turning in code and how it should run… •  This is meant to be a fun review for the course •  You can choose to do the project with a partner or individually •  Choose a topic from the course and make a (youtube) video explaining the main concepts about that topic •  We will watch all the videos in the last lecture and have a vote on the best one •  The best (as voted by the class) wins a prize Objec7ves for this Lecture Biology Basics •  Be able to list the six kingdoms of life •  Be able to name the five basic proper7es shared by all living things •  Be able to describe the proper7es of a cell. •  Understand the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryo7c cells. •  Be able to give some examples of prokaryote organisms and eukaryo7c organisms 2 8/26/13 Two Types of Cells: Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes Chromosome for E. coli (Prokaryote) Chromosomes for Human (Eukaryote) Eukaryote (Animal) Cell Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes •  Prokaryotes –  No nucleus –  Their genomes are circular –  Prokaryotes do not have a nucleus, mitochondria, or any other membrane- bound organelles –  The genome in a prokaryote is held within a DNA/ protein complex in the cytosol called the nucleoid. •  Eukaryotes –  have nucleus (animal, plants, fungi) –  Linear genomes with mul7ple chromosomes in pairs Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes •  Prokaryotes –  No nucleus...
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