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These notes encompass the four major ways cells store energy, the properties of water regarding to cellular and molecular bio, and the intro to types of polymers including proteins and nuecleic acids.
*Covers material from the first week of instruction in BIO 161-01 but are applicable to more than just this particular class
This study guide contains an overview of basic chemistry involved in molecular biology as well as reviews of polypeptides, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides. This study guide used alongside the notes for week 1 and 2 will most definitely prepare you for the test!
Introduction, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids
Carbohydrates and Lipids
This set of notes comprehensively covesr Carbohydrates and inroduces Lipids. Monomers of carbohydrates,glycosidic linkages, structures, and properties of these macromolecules are covered. Use these notes alone or supplement them with BIO 161 Midterm 1 Study Guide for a comprehensive review of materials.
These notes finish up lipids (membrane proteins and active/passive transport) and dive into cellular respiration. The first 3 of 4 main steps are covered including Glycolysis, Pyruvate Processing, and the Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle..
These notes finish up cellular respiration: step 3 the Citric Acid Cycle and Step 4 The Electron Transport Chain. Includes descriptions of all 4 complexes in the electron transport chain. Fermentation is also covered.Covers Photosynthesis completely, with the Light Reaction and the Calvin Cycle. Introduces the parts of a cell and their functions.
This study guide covers objectives 3 and 4 as well as topics covered in reading the textbook. Lipids, Enzymes, Cellular Respiration, and Photosynthesis are the main topics however many subcatagories are explored. This study guide used with my week 2-4 notes will stongly prepare you for the midterm!
These notes cover the mitotic cell cycle. The complete cell cycle is covered with a specific emphasis on M-phase of mitosis. Cell cycle regulators and how microtubules work is also covered. The process for the G1 checkpoint and MPF pathways are also expored.
These notes cover chapter 15, DNA synthesis. With a small portion of the notes covering cancers, telomeres, and polymerase chain reaction, most of the notes are focused on the enzymes responsible for the replication of DNA and their unique rolls witing synthesis.
These notes cover Meiosis and introduce Mendel's Genetics. Many terms are defined and crossing over is explored. The question behind why sexual reproduction occurs is explored as well as problems with meiosis such as nondisjunction. The basics of Mendelian Genitics is covered mostly focusing on relationships between terms such as alleles and genes.
This study guide covers objectives 4-5. Meiosis and Mitosis, DNA Replication and Inside the Cell. For use with Week 4-7 Notes
Chapter 13 Meiosis; Chapter 15 Mendel and the Gene
Chapter 16- How Genes work
Pedigrees and Extension of Mendels Genetics
Mendelian Genetics Continued, these notes introduce Pedigrees and other extensions of Mendel's Genitics as well as reviewing over simple Mendelian crosses. The independent assortment theory as well as drosophila sex linked gene study is covered as well.
These notes finish up Exceptions to mendelian genetics by covering the big hitters like linked traits, sex linkage, incomplete dominance, codominance, quantitative traits, polygenic inheritnace, pleiotrophic mutations, and gene dosage effects. Transcription and heloenzymes are explained as well as codons.
This Study Guide covers material covered after Midterm 3. Objectives 7-8 are covered. Topics such as Mendelian crosses, pedigrees, dihybrid crosses, exceptions to Mendelian Genetics, gene expression, transcription, translation, and control of gene expression are covered.
This study guide includes ALL 4 STUDY GUIDES FROM THE QUARTER and is meant to help prepare you for the final. Study guides from midterm 1, midterm 2, midterm 3 and objectives 7-8 (the topics covered between midterm 3 and the final) are included in this study guide. Individual study guide listings explain content in more detail.