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BIOL 230 Week 1 Lecture Notes

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BIOL 230 Week 1 Lecture Notes BIOL 23000

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These are detailed notes for the first week of class.
Biology of a Living Cell
Edward Bartlett
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Biology, cellbiology, prokaryote, eukaryote, Bacteria, cells, notes, bionotes, Bio




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Date Created: 08/27/16
Week 1- Lecture 2 Thursday, August 25, 2016 9:12 AM What defines a cell - Genetic program and the means to use it ○ DNA, transcription (DNA to mRNA), translation (RNA to protein) ○ Aka central dogma of cell bio - Self-Reproduce (mitosis,meiosis) - Cells respond to stimuli (sensing, moving, signaling pathways) - Cells can self-regulate (homeostatic--dynamicbalance, not static) - Cells carry out a variety of chemical rxns ○ Metabolism,enzymatic rxns - Engage in mechanical activities ○ Movement,shape change - Evolve (recombination,mutation, natural selection) General classes of cells - Bacteria - Prokaryotic - Plant - Eukaryotic - Animal - Eukaryotic Virus not a cell because… - Genetic program is only for limited operation, they cannot use it - Reproduction is only through interaction with host - Limited responses to stimuli and limited self-regulation - But they can evolve Screen clipping taken: 8/25/2016 9:35 AM Screen clipping taken: 8/25/2016 9:36 AM Summary of Differencesbetween Prokaryotesand Eukaryotes - Compartmentalization - nucleus, ER, etc. - Specialization- cytoskeleton,mitochondria,ER, etc. - Sexual reproduction, diploid genes


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