Genetics Exam 1- study guide
Genetics Exam 1- study guide Bio 214
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Angela Gervais on Saturday February 20, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Bio 214 at Ball State University taught by Dr. Hammersmith in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 79 views. For similar materials see Genetics in Biology at Ball State University.
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Date Created: 02/20/16
Genetics Exam 1 – Study guide Laboratory Know the components of the microscope Know the history of the microscope Know mitosis and meiosis, how they differ in plants and animals Lecture Know cell theory Know chromosomal theory of inheritance Know the different types of ploidy Know the different terms of genetic variation Know Watson and Crick’s model of DNA Know the model organisms, discussed in textbook and in lecture Know the structures of plant and animal cells Know the differences in centromere locations Be able to follow the ploidy and genomic count for mitosis, meiosis and the cell cycle Know the different stages of prophase Be able to recall cell cycle regulations and checkpoints and why they are significant Be able to recall the diagrams for oogenesis and spermatogenesis for typical and atypical plants and for animals Know the history and all of the research that was conducted to support that DNA is genetic material Know the differences for purines and pyrimidines Know the differences in molecular structure between RNA and DNA Know how polynucleotide chains are formed Know the different models for replication (semi-conservative, conservative and dispersive) Know the Messelson and Stahl experiment for supporting the semi- conservative model Know the difference between the units of replication Know all of the enzymes and molecules that are used during replication Know all of the polymerases involved in eukaryotic replication
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