- the new biology
From: M. Gerstein, Yale
What is genomics?
Genomics is the development
and application of new
mapping, sequencing, and
computational procedures for
the analysis of the entire
genome of organisms.
Presence or absence of
specific genes or alleles is
responsible for generating
However, all genes are not
expressed all the time.
Regulation of gene expression
plays an enormous role in
development, response to the
The Life of Lambda Bacteriophage (k)
based on a true story
The Lambda phage is a bacteriophage which leads a double life, one of dormancy (lysogeny) or aggressive
reproduction (lytic). Lambda will become lytic and kill the host cell 90% of the time. This
Recombinant DNA technology opened the door to the
discovery and use of molecular markers in place of
standard genetic markers
Molecular markers are variations in the DNA
sequence that can be detected by Southern analysis or
PCR but do not res
2. Skin appendages
Components of integumentary system
Functions of integumentary system
Skin structure and function
of the Integumentary
Overview of cells
Cell Life Cycle
Levels of Organization
Cells are numerous and diverse
Red blood cells
Cells have specific structures and
Introduction to Human Anatomy
Prof. Angela Gee
Why study human anatomy?
How is the body organized?
What is this course about?
What is gross anatomy?
How do we study microscopic anatomy?
How do we stud
Joints: (articulations). The site where two or more bones meet
Classification: function and structure
-synarthroses: immovable. EX. Sutures, frontal bones etc
-amphiarthroses: slightly movable. EX. Pubic symphysis
Chapter 22 HW
Anxiolytic: drug that relieves anxiety.
Autism: pervasive developmental disorder characterized by inhibited social interaction and
communication and by restricted, repetitive behavior.
Hallucinogen: drug that stimulates the sensor