Lecture+11_BiolInfoFlow+and+Gene+Structure_PostClass_Oct16th2018.pdf

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Oct. 18 th (Thursday) 5 – 6pm? A. Yes, I’ll be there B. No, I can’t C. Maybe……
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Come prepared to answer questions related to the DNA structure, assembly, Biological Information Flow Clicker Question Quickies! CQQ CQQ ©2018_UBC_BIOL112
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Pick the Correct statement(s) about ds-DNA assembly 1) ds-DNA assembly is spontaneous. 2) It is energetically favorable. 3) The ΔG associated with ds-DNA assembly is < 0. 4) Assembled ds-DNA is more stable than ss-DNA. 5) DNA assembly is driven by the hydrophobic effect. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. B. 1, 2, 3, 4. C. 1, 2, 3. D. 4, 5. E. 5. ©2018_UBC_BIOL112 Monomers Polymers Functional structures Nucleic acid monomers Linear nucleic acid polymer Double-stranded Nucleic acids DNA assemble spontaneously into a larger structures From last day… CQQ
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Macromolecular Assembly - DNA Monomers Polymers Functional structures Nucleic acid monomers Linear nucleic acid polymer Double-stranded Nucleic acids DNA assemble spontaneously into a larger structures ©2018_UBC_BIOL112 From last day…
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Pick the Correct statement(s) about ds-DNA assembly 1) ds-DNA assembly is spontaneous. 2) It is energetically favorable. 3) The ΔG associated with ds-DNA assembly is < 0. 4) Assembled ds-DNA is more stable than ss-DNA. 5) DNA assembly is driven by the hydrophobic effect. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. B. 1, 2, 3, 4. C. 1, 2, 3. D. 4, 5. E. 5. ©2018_UBC_BIOL112 Monomers Polymers Functional structures Nucleic acid monomers Linear nucleic acid polymer Double-stranded Nucleic acids DNA assemble spontaneously into a larger structures CQQ DNA assembly ≠ DNA polymerization
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Information Flow Learning Objectives § Describe the biological information flow from DNA to proteins in cells, and the role of transcription and translation in this process. § Distinguish between the processes of replication, transcription, and translation. § Describe the role of RNA molecules as a link between genes and proteins. § Compare and contrast the different types of RNA molecules: rRNA, tRNA, mRNA. ©2018_UBC_BIOL112
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DNA and Information Copying DNA for cell division = DNA Replication Output: Proteins, via the process of: ü Transcription ü Translation Information Storage Information flow ©2018_UBC_BIOL112
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Biological Information Flow HW write up on Canvas ©2018_UBC_BIOL112 Describe this diagram in your own words For participation Deadline: Oct. 16 th (Tuesday) by 11am Thank you for Posting!
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Structure of a Gene (= Transcriptional Unit (TU)) Learning Objectives § Draw the structure of transcription units (a gene) in both bacteria and eukaryotes, clearly differentiating between regulatory and transcribed regions. § Identify a promoter region on a transcription unit (gene). § Explain and Identify upstream and downstream regions of the genome when used to describe relative location of gene structures.
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