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BIOL3500 Genetics Study Guide Exam 2 Study Guide Know and be able to explain each of the concepts below 0 Chapter 18 000000000 Somatic vs germline cells All types of substitutions look at table 182 Expanding nucleotide repeats Replication Errors Strandslippage Chemically induced mutagens environmental cancer amp radiation Ames test Transposable elements apply to the corn amp grape examples in ch 18 Mismatch repair 0 Chapter 19 O 0 Restriction enzymes I Blunt amp sticky ends Gel electrophoresis Plasmid vectors I 4 important parts PCR I Know how it works amp explain it I Limitations amp applications as well Realtime PCR How to make cDNA Site directed mutagens 0 Chapter 20 OOOOOOOOOOO Synteny Human genome project SingleNucleotide Polymorphisms SN Ps Copy Number Variations SNVs Homologs amp orthologues look at table 209 Microarrays Horizontal Gene Transfer Noncoding DNA Protein diversity More on transposable elements ntrons amp exons 0 Chapter 23 O O 0 000000 Be able to explain figure 231 What is cancer I Genetic amp environmental causes Clonal evolution amp why it s incorrect Oncogenes amp protooncogenes Tumorsuppressor genes p53 CyclinDependent Kinase CDKs I Know diagram 237 Transition elements in cell cycle Apoptosis Be able to draw amp explain figure 239 MicroRNAs Colorectal cancer be able to explain concepts in figure 2310 Viruses amp cancer I Viruses that can turn cells into oncogenes
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