Study Guide for March 11-21
Genetics 2008
Dr. Padilla
Study Guide for Week 9-10. Use to study for exam 3. Topics: DNA Synthesis, Condon Table, Transcription. 1. Define the following: a. DNA Polymerase III b. 5' to 3' Polymerization Activity c. Exo
Unit 8
Enzymes
Cryscilla Lopez
Professor Sylvia W Wanjie
BIOL-1408.PZL
20 April 2017
Introduction
Activation energy is the energy that is required for a reaction to take place (Campbell).
In the reactions there are substrates which are reactants that enzy
More Equations and Applications
Section 1.6
Solving a Radical Equation
Step 1
Isolate the radical. If an equation has more than one radical, choose one of the radicals to isolate.
Step 2
Raise each side of the equation to a power equal to the index of the
Math 1314
Lab Module 3
Name _
Show all work for each of the following problems. Simplify and clearly indicate all answers.
1. a. Complete the table and graph the function
x
-2
f ( x ) 5
x
.
y
-1
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
y
- - - - - - -3- - -1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 x
The Algebra of Functions
Section 2.8
Perform Operations on Functions
( f g )( x) f ( x) g ( x)
( f g )( x) f ( x) g ( x)
f
f ( x)
( x )
g ( x)
g
Given
1.
4.
6.
,
f x x 2 3x 1 g x 8 x
f 3
g 10
g h 0
2.
5.
7.
,
provided that g(x) 0
2
h x
x 1
3.
f a
Functions and Relations
Section 2.3
Determine Whether a Relation is a Function
Definition of a Relation:
A set of ordered pairs (x, y) is called a relation in x and y.
The set of x values in the ordered pairs is called the domain of the relation.
The set
Math 1314
Lab Module 1
Name _
For each of the following problems, show all work! Simplify and clearly indicate all answers.
1. For each planet in the solar system, its year is the time it takes the planet to revolve around the
center star. The formula
mod
Math 1314
Lab Module 2
Name _
For each of the following problems, show all work! Simplify and clearly indicate all answers.
1. For g(x) = 3x2 12x + 6, answer the following questions.
a. Find the values of the x-intercepts.
b. State the coordinates of the
Analyzing Graphs of Functions and Piecewise-Defined Functions
Section 2.7
Test for Symmetry
Consider an equation in the variables x and y.
Symmetric with respect to the y-axis: Substituting x for x results in equivalent equation.
Symmetric with respect to
Transformations of Graphs
Section 2.6
Recognize Basic Functions
Linear function
Constant function
f ( x ) mx b
f ( x) b
Quadratic function
f ( x) x
Cube function
f ( x) x
2
Reciprocal function
f ( x)
Identity function
f ( x) x
Absolute value function
Squ
Final Exam Biomedical Science 2015-2016
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the
question.
1) What event will immediately follow the event shown in this image?
A) The cell will divide into two anim
Development of the embryonic body plan
Three general classes of genes specify the body plan:
1. Maternal effect genes (~33)
2. Segmentation genes (~25)
3. Homeotic selector genes (~25)
Its all about laying the groundwork!
Maternal effect genes
All four s
Todays
Lab
_
Single Worm Lysis (for PCR next week)
Continue D. melanogaster Crosses
Chi-Square Analysis Lecture
Complete 2 Chi-Square Problems
Chi-Square Analysis
Genetics Lab
Chi Square Analysis
Addressing & Testing Hypotheses:
Chi Square is used to ei
Take home quiz: 15 pts.
Please use your own words. Any direct quote would result in an automatic zero for the pertaining question .
1. 6 pts. Outline the main topic(s) of the article and briefly describe the purpose of each
2. 6 pts. Reproduce (sketch or
Study Guide for March 24- April 11 Genetics 2008 Study Guide for Week 11-12. Use to study for exam 3. Topics: Translation, Protein Structure, Mutagenesis 1. Define the following: a. Peptidyl transferase b. Shine Delgarno c. Kozak sequence d. rRNA e.
Study Guide for April 9- April 11
Genetics 2008
Dr. Padilla
Study Guide for Week 13. Use to study for exam 3. Topics: Prokarytotic Gene Expression. 1. Define the following: a. Gene expression b. Constitutive expression c. Operon d. Adenyl cyclase
Model Organisms
Rapid development and short life span
Small adult size
Can be purchased
Easy to control
Easily analyzed phenotypes
1. Mus musculus ( house Mouse)
a. Mammalian
b. Link between simpler organisms to higher organisms
2. Escherichia coli (
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Quiz 8 Genetics Fall 2016
1. Discuss the methods of the Forward Genetic Screen with C. Elegans (4 points)
2. Discuss your groups results from the Forward Genetic Screen with C. elegans (5 points)
3. Discuss the difference between Forward Genetic Sc
Mendelian Modes of
Inheritance
Genetics Lab
Genotype & Phenotype
Monohybrid Cross
YY
P0 Parent
Generation
F1 Heterozygous
Yy
F2 - Mixed
yy
P0
F1
F2
Punnet
Square
Law of Segregation Two alleles for one trait
(gene) will segregate independently during gamet
Developmental Genetics
Drosophila melanogaster
Development
Development attainment of a
differentiated state
Only a small subset of genes in
an organism control the events
that shape the adult body
Objectives:
Using the Drosophila embryo as a model
system
Todays Lab
Quiz 7
Begin Forward Genetic Screen
Group Project
Individual Proposal
Next Week:
Individual Proposals Due
Quiz 8
The screen:
P0 population
Mutagenized
by
EMS!
The screen:
P0 A
(Thursday)
Move 5 P0
worms to 5
separate
(large)plates
labeled P0
C. elegans: The soil nematode
as a Genetic Model System
Genetics Lab Spring 2014
Todays Lab
Finish up Planaria
C. elegans Info
RNAi Info
RNAi Experiment
Make Worm Picks
Practice Moving/Picking Worms
C. elegans
Type: Nematode (Round Worm)
Hermaphrodites &
Genetic Screens
Genetics Lab
Genetic Screens
Forward Genetic Screen: Isolation of
mutants that show differences in
phenotype for the process of interest, then
find the associated genes
Reverse Genetic Screen: Start with the
analysis of a specific gene and
Todays
Lab
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Run Gel Electrophoresis
Compare unc-22 portion of C. elegans DNA
in N2 and unc-22 deletion mutant
Gel Electrophoresis Lecture
BLAST Lecture
Finish D. melanogaster Crosses
Turn in F2 recessive mutant phenotype(s)
Dont forget Chi-Square
Forward Genetic Screens Reverse
Genetic Screens
Recall Genetic Model
Systems:
The power in these
systems lies in the ability
to do Genetic Screens
Genetic Screens
Forward Genetic Screen: Isolation of mutants that
show differences in phenotype for the pro