The Mendelian View of the World
Watsons Molecular Biology
of the Gene
Field of Molecular Biology really began with discovery of DNA structure
1953 Nature paper by Watson and Crick proposing the double helical
structure of DNA ended with It has
Nucleic Acids Convey
Discovering the Genetic Material
Discovering DNA Replication
The Central Dogma of Molecular Biology
The Importance of Weak and
Strong Chemical Bonds
Characteristics of Chemical Bonds
Weak Bonds in Biological Systems
High Energy Bonds in Biological Systems
Strong covalent bo
Field of Molecular Biology really
began with discovery of DNA
Paper by Watson and Crick proposing
the double helical structure of DNA
It has not escaped our notice that
the specific pairing we have
Molecular Biology I, Chapters 7-8
1. How many different types of chromosomes do human males have per cell?
2. What percent of the human genome encodes proteins?
3. Which of the following is TRUE r
Molecular Biology I, Chapter 9
1. Why would 98% of achondroplasia mutations be G to A, while only 1% are G to C at position 1138?
a. G to C mutations are more easily detected by MutS.
b. G to A mutations are more easily detected by by MutS.
c. G to C muta
Molecular Biology I, Chapters 5-6
1. Protein structure is determined by
a. weak forces.
b. the primary sequence.
c. the order of the protein's nucleotides.
d. Both A and B.
e. All of the above.
2. Tautomers of the common forms of A/T/G/C
a. are only found
Molecular Biology I, Chapters 1-4
1. You cross YYRR with yyrr to get F1 YyRr. If genes Y and R are on the same chromosome and no crossing
over occurs, the gametes of F1 will be
a. YR and yr
c. Yy and Rr
e. yy and rr
b. Yr and yR
d. YR, Yr, yR, and yr