UV Mutagenesis Session 2
To analyze the effects of UV irradiation on bacterial cells in the presence and
absence of a product designed to protect against UV irradiation.
To gain experience with inferential statistics and hypothesis testing.
To learn how to use serological pipettes, micropipetters, a spectrophotometer, make
dilutions, and graph data collected in an experiment.
To learn the concept of a standard curve.
To generate a standard curve for pNP, the product
To gain an understanding of how enzymes function in biological
By the end of this lab, you should be able to generate and interpret a
standard curve and a Hanes-Woolf plot.
By the end of this lab, you should be able
UV Mutagenesis Session 1
To learn about the effects of UV irradiation on cells.
To gain experience with experimental design.
To learn common microbiology techniques such as aseptic technique, plating,
To identify an unknown b
1. Exploratory Data Analysis
1.3. EDA Techniques
1.3.6. Probability Distributions
126.96.36.199. Tables for Probability Distributions
188.8.131.52.2. Critical Values of the Student's t
How to Use
This table contains critical values of the Stu
Names of Group Members:
Sample ID Number:
Group Hypothesis Worksheet (5 pts)
1. What is your groups research hypothesis? (1 pt)
2. What is your groups null hypothesis? (1 pt)
3. Explain why you chose this research hypothesis. (2 pt)
4. List at least one r
Genomic responses in mouse models poorly mimic
human inammatory diseases
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Daniel R. Richardsd, Grace P. McDonald-Smithe, Hong Gaoa, Laura Hennessyf,
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Molecular pathways to neurodegeneration
Ella Bossy-Wetzel1, Robert Schwarzenbacher2 & Stuart A Lipton1
The molecular bases underlying the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases a
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Publication of New Criteria and Guidelines for Alzheimers Disease Diagnosis
For the first time in 27 years, new criteria and guidelines for the diagnosis of Alzheimers
disease have been published. The initial diagnost
Metagenomics Session 5 Presentation Guidelines
If each group member was not able to complete the data analysis in
Metagenomics Session 4, each student should do so prior to his or her
presentation in Metagenomics Session 5.
The entire experimental group
Journal of Microbiology (2014) Vol. 52, No. 9, pp. 721728
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Urban Microbiomes and Urban Ecology: How Do Microbes in the
Built Environment Affect Human Sustainabil
Metagenomics Session 3
Learning Objectives for Metagenomics Session 3
Students will be able to define, explain and perform the techniques used to
generate libraries for next generation sequencing, including gel electrophoresis
Students will know how the
By Lisa J. Bain
THE NEXT BIG THING?
Researchers in the rapidly expanding
research field of microbiomics have shown
that the human body is home to an entire
ecosystem of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and
other microbes. Whats more, they play an
Guide To The California Bucket
This lab consists of non-destructive observation of common marine invertebrate types
found off the coast of California. Take time to observe the undisturbed posture and behavior of these animals. Try to relate mo
BIO ENZYME KINETICS SEP. 11 2015
Missed first several slides due to lab.
NOTE: PROF. Z SAYS, IGNORE LAST 3 ITEMS ON WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW SLIDE
Enthalpy vs. Entropy.
You can look at how much heat is produced, and thats a direct measure of how much energy
Chapter 16: Gene Regulation in Bacteria
Student Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this chapter you should be able to:
1. Distinguish between the various mechanisms of transcriptional regulation.
2. Understand the regulation of the lac operon, includi
Pre-lab Assignment for Arabidopsis Genetics:
You will need the following information to complete the pre-lab assignment:
When a parental generation plant with a short hypocotyl (a homozygous wild type
CRY1 plant-CC) was crosse
How to use digital micropipetters
tip disposal container
50 ml beaker
1.5 ml microfuge tubes
microfuge tube rack
Pipet Tip Volume photo
1/pair of students
1/pair of students
1 box/pair of students
Metagenomics Session 2
Learning Objectives for Metagenomics Session 2
Students will understand why the 16S ribosomal RNA (16S rRNA) gene is
commonly used for microbial identification.
Students will be able to define, explain, and perform the techniques
Metagenomics Session 1
Learning Goals of the Metagenomics Module
Students will know how genomics, and specifically metagenomics, is broadly
used to answer questions and test hypotheses in contemporary research.
Students will apply the scientific method