Cancer Gene Detection Lab Post Lab
Draw the Gel. Make sure to label all of your wells (what sample you placed in there) and the well #.
Label the (-) and (+) end. Draw where you find bands.
Part B: (Answer the following questions.)
Chapter 18 Guided Reading
A. Define the following terms:
Cell Proliferation, metastasis, benign tumor, malignant tumor, carcinogens, quiescent, dysplasia, carcinoma in situ,
tumorigenesis, mutator phenotype
B. Answer the following questions found on page
Chapter 3 Study Guide
Define the following terms:
Units of inheritance, monohybrid cross, P1, F1, F2, dominant, recessive, phenotype, genotype,
homozygous, heterozygous, punnett square, testcross, dihybrid cross, trihybrid cross, locus
The History of DNA.
Four Characteristics of the Hereditary Material
a. Storage of information
Expression of the information
d. Variation and evolution over time( change or mutation )
The Central Dogma
DNA Timeline Scavenger Hunt
Web Site to accompany lesson. If absent please use the web site at DNAi ( Timeline)
Introduction to DNA Structure
A Molecular Graphics companion to an Introductory Course in Biology or Biochemistry.
Copyright 1995, Richard B. Hallick. All rights reserved
Components of DNA
Laboratory Exercise: ELECTROPHORESIS & MIGRATION DISTANCE
In order to analyze the products of digestion by restriction enzymes, it is necessary to
visualize the fragments produced. Gel electrophoresis is a technology that has been
developed to separate DN
How to Make an Agarose Gel
1. Weigh out 1 gm of agarose powder. Put the powder into a 250 ml Erlenmeyer flask
2. Add 100 ml of TBE( Tris Borate EDTA) Buffer of TAE ( Tris Acetate) Buffer for every 1
gm of agarose. TBE and TAE are both