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MENAS 401 General Microbiology is an African Studies course at UWM. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this African Studies course.
Notes cover timeline, eukaryotes, prokaryotes, DNA, RNA, proteins, RNA hypothesis, Endosymbiont hypothesis, Germ Theory of Disease, Koch's Postulates, H. Pylori/Koch's Postulates
Notes cover microscopy, types of microscopes, preparation and staining of specimens, bacterial cell structure, bacterial size/shape/arrangement, fluid mosaic model, proteins, diffusion, and active transport.
Notes cover the cytoplasm, plasma membrane, cell wall, gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, peptidiglycan, flagella, and critical concepts from the chapter.
Notes cover the eukaryotic cell and it’s organelles, reactions, oxidation/reduction, electron transport and carriers, pathways, enzymes, activation energy, metabolism, and feedback inhibition.
Study guide covers lectures 1-8
Notes cover Cataholism and Microbial Growth
Notes cover bacterial genome replication and expression
Notes cover DNA and RNA transcription/translation, lac operon, replication, polymerases, CAP, cAMP, repressors, and attenuation.
Notes cover lecture conjugation, transformation, lysogenic/lytic cycle, PCR, and genomics.
Study Guide Covers: Chapter 14 - Regulation of Bacterial Cellular Processes; Chapter 16 - Mechanisms of Genetic Variation; Chapter 17 & 18 - Recombinant DNA Technology/Genomics; Chapter 6 & 27 - Viruses
Covers professor notes of gram-positive bacteria and eukaryotic microbes