LECTURE 4 AND 5: THE BACTERIAL CELL (8/31 AND 9/2)
Bacteria overall life goal: replicate faithfully and survive in its environment
Replication: binary fission process takes 30-60 minutes dependent on bacteria and nutrients
What is necessary to achieve lif
TRANSLATION AND PROTEIN LOCALIZATION (LECTURE 14 [9/26] AND LECTURE 15 [9/28])
mRNA is translated into protein by the ribosome catalyzes peptide bond formation between two amino acid molecules
3 bases = 1 codon = 1 amino acid
Translation starts at AUG (me
LECTURE 11 AND 12: CHROMOSOME REPLICATION (9/19 AND 9/21)
Important things to remember on deoxyribonucleotides and replication
The chromosome is double-stranded
In each strand, dNTPs are linked by phosphodiester bonds the energy for polymerization comes f
Lecture 1: Introduction (8/24)
Domains of life:
Eukarya have nucleus
Bacteria no nucleus, single cells
Archaea unusual bacteria
Phylogeny: degree of difference based on DNA similarity (homology)
In Bacteria, based on 16s ribosomal RNA sequence
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LECTURE 6 AND 7: METABOLISM (9/7 AND 9/9)
Metabolism bacteria take in food and oxidize into energy or make building blocks
Catabolic processes break food down to produce precursors for other crucial molecules
Generate ATP through substrate level phosphory
LECTURE 11: DNA REPLICATION (9/19)
Binary fission continued faithful replication of the chromosome important for growth
Remember: all the enzymes and other proteins are encoded by the chromosome
DNA chromosome has oriC and ter sequences
oriC origin of rep
Below is the standard growth pattern of bacteria that can be observed in the laboratory shown in class. A
stationary culture is used to first inoculate liquid media at time 0. A measure of cells is used on the Yaxis and this is plotted against TIME on the
Calculating Protein, Gene, Genome size
If the average molecular weight of a protein is 30 to 40 Kilo Daltons, how large is the
gene (DNA in bases) that encodes for the protein?
On average, an amino acid is 110 Daltons (or roughly 100 Daltons)
So first que
PREHISTORY OF SOUTH INDIA
sou-m INDIA. is one of- the earliest habitats of man. On a. rough estimate the anti-
quity of human activity in this part of the world can be traced back to about 500,000
years. Its history based onwritten records co
Syllabus: Global Health PBH 334 (54395)
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Case Study 2
This disease is transmitted via skin contact.
Usually this disease can be treated with antiviral medications.
A possible explanation for why there is a lower attack rate for wrestlers with
Economics August 29, 2016
In a perfectly competitive market, there has to be so many buyers and sellers, that not one
could affect the market price.
Other Determinants for Demand to go up (Shift to the right):
Prices of complements going down (Demand wil
Case Study 5
1. Hamburgers are made from ground beef, which is comprised of meat from
different parts of the animal. Therefore, when cooking hamburgers it is best
to cook the meat all the way through. On the other hand, steaks when
Case Study 3
1. The patient most likely has Streptococcus pyongenes beta hemolytic group A.
2. The tell tale feature that indicates that this is not Clostridium perfringens is
the morphology. Streptococcus pyongenes is cocci chains whereas Cl
Diphenoxylate (Lomotil, Lonox) Anti-diarrheal
Actions: inhibits gastric motility by acting on mucosal receptors responsible for
Uses: acute nonspecific and acute exacerbations of chronic functional diarrhea
Contraindications: children <2yr, hy
Comp 1010, Section 11E
November 1, 2014
Exemplification Paper Reflection Assignment
The exemplification paper was definitely more complicated and more tedious than
the definition paper. Of course it is the point of the class to get a little h
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Case Study 1
1. The first step in determining if the patient has meningitis would be to
perform a spinal tap or lower lumbar puncture. A gram stain should follow
2. The probable diagnosis is Cryptococcus neoformans Meningitis. A couple
Case Study 4
1. No, the vaccine injection cannot give you the flu.
2. It is not a good idea to skip the current years flu vaccination because each
year brings a new strain of influenza.
3. Antigenic shift is responsible for re-occurrence of t
Calcium Citrate/Calcium Carbonate (Citracal, Calcitrate)
Uses: prevent and treat calcium deficiencies; dietary supplement
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