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Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Siân L'Roy

Exam 2 Study Guide 2420

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This study guide covers material from chapters 8 through 12.
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Siân L'Roy on Thursday August 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 2420 at Tarrant County College District taught by Mark Pulse in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Microbiology in Biology at Tarrant County College District.


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Date Created: 08/25/16
Exam II: Study Guide Review the following items from the notes: 1. Characteristics of prokaryotic DNA 2. Nitrogenous bases 3. How many possible combinations are there? 4. Complementary strands (A­T and C­G) 5. Know the differences between stronger and weaker hydrogen bonds 6. Genetic code 7. Bidirectional 8. Semiconservative 9. DNA replication 10. Covalent 11. Elongation (DNA) 12. Know the sequential steps that are needed to complete DNA replication 13. Know the process of completing phenotype of a cell and how transcription and  translation fit in the process 14. Characteristics of prokaryotic RNA 15. Transcription 16. Codon 17. Translation 18. How does a ribosome read?  19. Elongation (RNA 20. Environment adaptations of bacteria 21. Spontaneous or induced mutations 22. External genetic material 23. Genetic acquisition methods 24. Know how genetic material can be transferred in regards to donor to recipient cells 25. Know how the recipient cell receives DNA 26. Cell surface nucleases 27. Know where fragments of the donor’s DNA is contained 28. Steps that determine E. coli Fertility 29. Know what a capsid is  30. Know what capsids are made of and their purpose 31. Know the different shapes of capsids 32. Know what a Productive infection is  33. Know what a Temperate infection is 34. Know what a T4 is how many strands do they have 35. T4 replication in E. coli 36. Productive process of E. coli 37. Temperate infection of F+ E. coli 38. Know the differences in Eukaryotic viruses and bacteriophages 39. Know the Eukaryotic taxonomy criteria Exam II: Study Guide 40. Know the Viruses family, enveloped, capsid shape, genomic structure, and pathogenic  members chart 41. Know the 4 different viruses covered in the notes (Picornaviridae, Retroviridae,  Adenovirdae, and Filoviridae) 42. Know the viruses that cause infection through transmission a. Know their name, how they are transmitted , and what other infections or diseases they cause 43. Acute infections 44. Acute infection steps 45. Types of persistent infections


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