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Lecture Notes for BSCI 105 - PRIN BIOL I with Hutcheson at Maryland (UMD)

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Material Type:Study Guide 3
Professor:Hutcheson
Class:BSCI 105 - PRIN BIOL I
Subject:Biological Sciences Program
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 1996
Keywords:
  • Endosymbiont Theory
  • Initiation Factors
  • Prokaryotes
  • Prokaryotic Features
  • Differences
  • Any Questions
  • Such Factors
  • Endosymbiont
  • Arrangement
  • Central Dogma
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~~ Hutcheson Fall 1996 1 g,~' fdJ- Study Guide for Exam III Use the following as a guide to study the material for this exam. While it is intended to cover most of the important topics for this exam, the ultimate source for exam questions is the material presente.i in lecture and I reserve the right to ask any questions related to this material. Role of Proteins in Cell Biology Explain the general role and function of proteins in cells What information needs to be stored in cells for their survival? Experimental evidence leading to the identification of DNA as the genetic material Griffith Describe his experiment What was the significance of the rough strain's transformation? Avery Describe their experiment What new information was learr'ed? Hershey-Chase Know the general phage life cycle Describe their experiment What was significance of the radioactivity found in progeny phage? Nucleic Acids What are the major types of nucleic acids? How do they differ? How are...

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