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Class 1 Notes January 20th

by: Amy Arslanian

Class 1 Notes January 20th 10055-001

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First set of notes for the semester.
Bansidhar Datta (P)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amy Arslanian on Friday January 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 10055-001 at Kent State University taught by Bansidhar Datta (P) in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 354 views. For similar materials see MOLECULES OF LIFE in Chemistry at Kent State University.


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Date Created: 01/22/16
Molecules of Life Notes January 20, 2016 Criteria for Life Form 1. Movement 2. Replication Simple Organisms - Bacteria - Move and reproduce Molecule of Life - Old st o RNA (came 1 to give life form), DNA - New o DNA (only) Craig Venter - Bacteria o 517 genes o 378/517 are functional (ligated into one genome) o 1. Microplasm Genotilia - Cell membrane - Cytoplasm - Nucleotide (genomic DNA) 2. The nucleotide has now been removed - Synthetic genome is on the outside (synthesized) - It will die within a few seconds 3. “Synthia” - Very alive - Has movement - Can multiple billions of times The strain of this bacteria is called Labatorium because it was made in a lab. DNA (4 Nuceotides) 1. DATP 2. DCTP 3. DGTP 4. DTTP Nucleotide: sugar, base, phosphate groups Elements (116) Compounds 1. Small molecule - C02,H20,H2O2,NH3 2. NaCL,LiBr,KCL,MgCL2,CaBr2 Ionic Compounds Molecular (Covalent) Compounds - Larger Molecules o Sugars o Carboxylic acids o Lips  Monosaccharides  Disaccharides


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