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Kari Harber Jr.
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Alice Winn

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kari Harber Jr. on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to BSC 2011 at Florida State University taught by Alice Winn in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see /class/205415/bsc-2011-florida-state-university in Biological Sciences at Florida State University.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
Stuff you should know for Quiz 1 not necessarily an exhaustive list Know the entities and the processes that comprise the central dogma and Know their relationships to one another Know the basic composition of DNA double strands of nucleotides strand polarity bonding speci city Know and be able to distinguish chromatin euchromatin and heterochromatin Know the structure of RNA the three major kinds and their functions Know the basic steps in transcription and the major players template strand RNA polymerase promoter and the role of each player Know what goes on during mRNA processing and exon splicing Know the differences between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes and know how their genomes differ Know the basic steps in translation and the major players tRNA ribosomes what the genetic code is and its role in transcription Understand what cell differentiation is and how the Waddington model has features that represent the processes of development and celll differentiation Know the two early hypotheses about how cells of the same organism become differentiated and know the experiments conducted to distinguish them and the evidence each supplied carrots nuclear transplantation in Xenopus Know the major features ofthe operon model and the role of each player promoter operator structural gene regulatory gene regulatory protein signal molecule be able to label these in a diagram Be able to distinguish between positive and negative gene regulation and between induction and repression and know when each kind of gene regulation would be expected Recognize why and how gene regulation differs between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Know the levels at which gene expression can be regulated and the major mechanisms that control expression at each level see the handout I gave you Be able to de ne the following as used in class gene ampli cation polytene chromosome c some Barr body DNA methylation histone acetylation control elements enhancer sequence transcription factor initiation factor Recognize the consequences of regulation at different levels and when regulation at different levels might be favored Know the roles of male and female gametes and how they are specialized for those roles Know the sequence of events in sea urchin fertilization Be able to describe the events and consequences of the acrosomal reaction the fast block to polyspermy the cortical reaction the slow block egg activation Know the major features of cleavage including the pattern of cell divisions characteristic of Protostomes and Deuterostomes Be able to draw and label diagrams of an unfertilized amhibian egg a morula and a blastula


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