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Calculus Volume 3 | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9781938168079 | Authors: Openstax ISBN: 9781938168079 2033

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Problem 45

Compute the derivatives of the vector-valued functions.


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4/5/2016 Bio 119 – Genomics and Bioinformatics Lecture 3 – Week 2  Genome size in bacteria and archaea  there is a rough relationship between gene size, gene content, and genome complexity (free-living vs. is it obligate, etc.)  In eukaryotes the range in genome size can be very extreme  Smaller – metazoan mitochondrion genome or a plant chloroplast genome o Animal mitochondria genome are very streamlined  smaller o Chloroplast genomes have a size range but they do allow for flexibility  Eukaryotic genomes o often consist of repetitive sequences o Can vary by many orders of magnitude o Organized into chromosomes (which are linear) o Telomeres on the ends of chromosomes o Chromosomes are composed of DNA and chromatin (protein + DNA)  Chromosome morphology o Location of the centromere can vary  depending on where it is you can have different arm lengths o If the centromere is in the center – metacentric location o If it is off-center then you will have a short arm and a long arm  acrocentric o Telocentric – centromere way off to one end o Centromeres have characteristic DNA sequences  Made up of repetitive sequence  A typical repetitive centromere genome sequence: (GGAnT) 1  Unclear where the first GGAAT started  Structure and mor

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Textbook: Calculus Volume 3
Edition: 1
Author: Openstax
ISBN: 9781938168079

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