HNRS MICROBIOLOGY BIO 4104
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Date Created: 10/02/15
Study guide Microbiology Tortora ch 8 908994P N O NHHHHHHHHHH 0000IONUIALANHO39 NNNN ALAN NNN IONUI What is the science of heredity What contains DNA and genes What are genes What is the genetic code What is the difference between genotype and phenotype What does the E coli genome look like What are the components of DNA What are the complementary base pairs in DNA Who is credited with discovering the structure of DNA What does DNA polymerase do What does hyrase do What is the purpose of helicase What do we mean by semiconservative replication What end of the DNA gets new nucleotides What is the lagging strand and what are the little fragments of DNA called What connects these fragments watch the movie clip again How many types RNA molecules are there and what are they What happens during transcription What happens during translation What are amino acids for What is a peptide bond What is the ribosomesjob What is the mRNA s job and what is it often called What is the tRNA s job and what it it called What are the differences between RNA and DNA What is the nucleotide base that is only found in RNA How many amino acids are there What is the start codon What are the 3 stop codons What is a polyribosome What are introns and exons What is a mutation versus an adaptation What is the most common type of mutation What happens during a frameshift mutation What is the difference between nonsense mutations and missense mutations What may cause a spontaneous mutation What is Griffith s experiment about What is conjugation What is transduction What is the difference between specialized and generalized transduction
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