Lecture 14: CELL CYCLE
1. Cell cycle is regulated by a _
At G1 check point, G2/M, late M check point: check what?
2. _ also monitor for accidents and errors.
*Cell cycle budding yeast:
Late G1: START (G1 check point) control by availability of nutrients,
Cre is downstream of GAL1 gene promoter (GAL1 only activates in galactose condition). (Cre is
Switching the plate from glucose to galactose to activate the GAL1 gene. Cre is activated too, so
it will mediate the site specific recombinatio
N Lecture 15:
Cdk: when Cdk is active, they do next?
How many type of Cdk responsible for cell cycle in yeast and animal?
How many types of cyclins? ( compare to how many checkpoints in cell cycle)
Cdk and cyclins: which one is stable, which one is unstab
UNM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
TOTAL COST OF ATTENDANCE/LIVING EXPENSES 2013/2014
OUT OF STATE
$ 20,640.00 $ 10,320.00 $
41,678.88 $ 20,839.44
$ 8,774.00 $ 4,387.00 $
8,774.00 $ 4,387.00
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Plant Growth and Development:
Discoveries and Applications
Why Study Plants?
A. Discovery of Fundamental Biological principles
e.g. Transposable elements
Imprinting (owering plants and mammals)