Spring 2018 BIOL 3810
Restriction Mapping of Plasmid DNA
Restriction endonucleases or better known as restriction enzymes are enzymes produced in
bacterial cells that act as a defense mechanism against foreign DNA.
Figure 2.1 A Gel Electrophoresis: This
is a picture of the gel electrophoresis.
The DNA sample was displayed very
clearly and there is a contamination of
1 and 4 because no fragments
appeared. The fragments that were
displayed were 2,3, and 5 but
Rubisco is a very important enzyme that always functions by catalyzing the addition of
carbon dioxide group to ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate during the sugar production in plants. This
enzyme fixes 1*10^11 carbon dioxide globally. It is a very ab
3810 CTW Hypothesis Worksheet
In class, we spoke about using the funnel method for setting up introductions for your reports. Below
are 5 statements and your job is to arrange the sentences into a coherent introduction, then briefly
Restriction Digest Enzymes are very important for genetic engineering. Restriction
enzymes are proteins that are made by bacteria to prevent or intercept invasion by foreign DNA.
These enzymes can be used to cut specific DNA sequence
3810 CTW Paraphrasing Worksheet
1. Below is text from a paper and in a sentence paraphrasing it? (3 points)
If dimerization is indeed an ancient and important function of the FHA domains of the
MDC1 family proteins, the divergence of the dimer in
Enzyme Web Quest
Instructions: Follow the steps below, and answer the questions listed IN YOUR NOTEBOOK.
Part I: What are Enzymes?
Go to this website: http:/www.lpscience.fatcow.com/jwanamaker/animations/Enzyme%20activity.html
Answer the questions below.
VIDEO GUIDE FOR BOZEMAN BIOLOGY HARDY WEINBERG
1. What is a phenotype? A phenotype is the appearance of an organism resulting from the
interaction of the genotype and the environment.
2. What is a gene pool? Gene pool is the total genetic information in t