Lecture Notes for MCB 2010C - Microbiology with Gessner at Valencia Comm College (VCC)

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Material Type:Class Note
Class:MCB 2010C - Microbiology
Subject:MCB: Microbiology
University:Valencia Community College
Term: 2010
  • Immunocompromised
  • Coliform Bacteria
  • Microbiology
  • Differences
  • Bacteriophage
  • Relationship
  • The Medicine
  • Prokaryotes
  • Oligotrophic
  • Transduction
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MCB 2010C- Microbiology Lecture Test Packet #4 GENETICS and GENETIC ENGINEERING Learning Objectives 1. Be able to compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic chromosomes. 2. Be able to construct a model of DNA, showing its anti-parallel nature. 3. Be able to distinguish, nucleic acids, nucleotides and nitrogenous bases. 4. Know what a double helix looks like and about Watson and Crick’s contribution to science (and Franklin’s too). 5. Explain the relationship between chromosomes, genes and DNA. 6. Be able to compare and contrast DNA and RNA. 7. Show how DNA replication occurs and is semi-conservative. 8. Demonstrate how DNA functions to make proteins; know the difference between transcription and translation. 9. Explain when RNA polymerase and DNA polymerase are needed in a cell. 10. Explain the reason why DNA transcription and translation can occur simultaneously in prokaryotes and not in eukaryotes and where do polyribosomes occur in each cell type. 11. Explain the significance of...

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