Peptidoglycan structure and function (pp. 216-217).
As discussed earlier, most bacterial cell walls contain a large, complex peptidoglycan molecule consisting of long
polysaccharide chains made of alternating N-acetylmuramic acid (
General concepts, history
What was the technique that Carl Woese used to identify another domain to classify m/o in?
How did Pasteur help resolve the debate on spontaneous generation?
What is the difference between Pasteurization and Ty
Review Questions - 3
What is chemotaxis? Mechanism of chemotaxis. Role of different proteins involved in response.
Control of cell cycle
Role of DnaA, PBP3, FtsZ
Mutations, Mutagenesis, Mutagens
Energy and Metabolism
ATP, its role in metabolism, generation of ATP by different mechanisms.
Mention the number of high energy bonds in each of the following molecules:
ATP; PEP; 1,3 BPG;
catabolism, anabolism, endergonic, exe
Herpes: LINEAR, ENVELOPED, primary and latent infections (VP & HCF NOT enter nucleus in neurons