39 Be able to decode an mRNA into its protein by hand and using the latest

39 be able to decode an mrna into its protein by hand

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39. Be able to decode an mRNA into its protein by hand and using the latest bioinformatic tools 40. For transcription be able to explain the differences between Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya 41. Know what the genetic code is and how it is arranged to decrease the occurrence of mutations. Note, I do not want you to memorize the genetic code table. 42. Know the role of Amino acyl tRNA syntehtases in translation. This is covered in the outside video for the central dogma. 43. Explain the term molecular phylogeny and its importance
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44. Be able to align sequences and classify a new sequence based upon similarities to other sequences. 45. Be able to access the relatedness of two species on a phylogenetic tree. 46. Explain how organisms were originally classified and how this changed with the advent of molecular phylogeny. 47. Why is the concept of a species different for Bacteria and Archaea vs. eukaryotic microorganisms and macroorganisms? 48. What are the three domains of life, how do we classify organisms (based on what and why)? 49. What are the major similarities and differences between the three domains? 50. What is a cell? What are the characteristics of all cells? What are the characteristics of many cells? 51. Explain the concept of endosymbiosis
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  • Spring '09
  • kaspar/escalnte/downs
  • Bacteria, b. Louis Pasteur, e. Edward Jenner, d. Carl Woese, a. Anton von Leewenhoek

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