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Week 9 Learning

This week was learned about control of gene expression in prokaryotes.

Prokaryotes lack nuclei and their DNA just float freely around in the cell cytoplasm. So when synthesizing a protein in a prokaryote, the process of transcription and translation happen pretty much simultaneously. 561 more words

Gene Expression

For Apr. 20th: Gene Expression

Here’s the reading for our discussion of gene expression:

  • Essential Cell Biology chapter 7: From DNA to RNA, From RNA to Protein
  • The Machinery of Life…
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Class Prep

Blog 12: The Central Dogma and Gene Expression

This week we learned about the Central Dogma and Gene Expression.  The Central Dogma  “describes the two-step process, transcription and translation, by which the information in genes flows into proteins: DNA → RNA → protein.” Here is a diagram of this process: 82 more words

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Weekly Reflective Response#12: Central Dogma, Mutation Reflection, and Gene Expression

This week in AP Bio we learned about the Central Dogma and Gene Expression, then we did a reflection on mutation and also utilized the chi-squared test of homogeneous again to improve our ability to use the method of comparison between expected counts and observed counts. 767 more words

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Weekly Reflection 4/9-4/13

This week in AP bio, we worked on learning about the central dogma and gene expression.

The central dogma is the term for how information flows throughout cells. 588 more words

Single-Cell Dynamics of Genome-Nuclear Lamina Interactions

Seminar 9 Honours Programme

Aïsha Mientjes

aishamientjes@gmail.com

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Seminar: 9

Speaker: Jop Kind

Department: Hubrecht Institute (seminar given at the hematology department)

Subject: Single-Cell Dynamics of Genome-Nuclear Lamina Interactions… 411 more words

Seminar Report

Gene expression in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

Gene expression in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

Gene expression in Prokaryotes

Gene expression in Eukaryotes

Difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Gene Expression

Differences in translation between prokaryotes and eukaryotes

Lecture Notes