Student Strand PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
The Student Senate - presentation
Why do we need a student senate?. Mansfield had a turn out of 26% at the last election.. What do our students know about politics?. Video of students. Our students have a right to voice their opinion and to be heard. .
DNA Strand Polarity, Transcriptional Orientation, Numbering Conventions - presentation
Hardison. Genomics . 1_1_2. 1. 1/8/17. Different polarity for the two strands of DNA. 1/8/17. 2. AGCCTCGCAT. TCGGAGCGTA. 5’. 5’. The sequence of each strand is the reverse complement of the other..
Broadening Strands - presentation
overview. Caroline Campbell (Languages and Cross-Cultural Understanding). Fiona Douglas (Media, Culture and Creativity). Rafe. Hallett (Personal and Professional Development). Bonnie Meekums (Mind and Body).
#whoareyou? - presentation
Genetics. 2 types:. Laboratory Geneticist. Genetics Counselor. Major fields for Geneticists include:. Medicine, Aquaculture, Crime & Pharmaceutical Companies. Uncover Origins of disease, birth defects & search for Preventatives.
Fig. 10-CO, p.240 - presentation
Prokaryotic . cells divide by pinching in two. Learning Objectives. 1. What Is the Flow of Genetic Information in the . Cell?. . 2. What Are the General Considerations in the . . Replication of DNA? .
DNA Replication Model - presentation
By: Samuel Shepler. 5’. 3’. 3. ’. 5. ’. = Thymine. Key. = Adenine. = Cytosine. = Guanine . = Phosphate. = Sugar. =DNA Helicase. 5’. 3’. 5’. 3’. To start off DNA replication, there is a 5’ end and a 3’ end. The DNA replication starts at the 3’ end and it ends at the 5’ end..
Friday 11/14/2014 - presentation
Take a notes sheet from the front table. Get out your warm-up sheet & answer the following:. What is the complementary strand for the below DNA strand?. ACTGCACCTGAGCGTATTGAC. TGACGTGGACTCGCATAACTG.
Annotated example of student workResponding to aesthetic textsThere ar - pdf
STRAND ORAL LANGUAGE and READING and WRITING ELEMENTS Communicating as a listener, speaker, reader, writer Exploring and using language Understanding the content and structure of language LEARNIN
Protein recap - presentation
Use the guided notes sheet to make notes on the Primary – Tertiary structure of proteins on page 29 and then Fibrous and Globular proteins on page 31.. DNA structure and replication . All students will be able to describe the structure of DNA.
Do Now You need ALL class notes, handouts, worksheets, - presentation
etc. All bags, cell phones to front or side of room. DNA- Life’s Code. DNA. -> . RNA . -> . Protein. DNA Replication and Protein Synthesis. From DNA to Proteins. 2 Types of nucleic acid.
Bellringer Please answer on your - presentation
bellringer. sheet:. Replicate the following DNA sequence. AGGTATCAG. Please add questions (at least 2 questions per page) and a summary to your DNA Replication Mutation Notes. 3 things you learned. 2 things you found interesting.
Dna replication - presentation
SC.L.16.3 . Describe . the basic process. of . DNA replication . and how it relates . to the . transmission . and . conservation. of . the genetic information. DNA and Its structure. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a large organic.
Genetics and Information - presentation
0. 7. . DNA and Inheritance. DNA Replication. Protein Synthesis. DNA Structure. DNA is the Hereditary Molecule. DNA is structured to function as the hereditary molecule for all cellular life.. Many scientists contributed to this understanding.
Transcription - presentation
Central Dogma of Biology. Information flows from . DNA . RNA Proteins. Think of it as exchanging money in a different country: proteins cannot be built directly from DNA. Three main processes involved:.
Transcription - presentation
C483 Spring 2013. 1. RNA Polymerase. Polymerizes RNA in a 3’. 5’ direction.. Has 3’5’ . exonuclease. activity. Has 5’3’ . exonuclease. activity. Catalyzes a reaction driven by pyrophosphate hydrolysis.
Watch the animation and complete the card sort. - presentation
The cell has reached the interphase of its cell cycle. DNA is now in the form of identical sister chromatids. The double helix untwists. Hydrogen bonds start to break which ‘unzips’ the DNA. The bases on each strand are now exposed.
DNA TO PROTEIN - presentation
genotype to phenotype. Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.. Albert Einstein. . one-gene, one-enzyme hypothesis. Many enzymes are composed of more than one polypeptide chain, or subunit (that is, they have a quaternary structure). In this case, each polypeptide chain is specified by its own separate gene. Thus, it is more correct to speak of a one-gene, one-polypeptide relationship: The function of a gene is to control the production of a single, specific polypeptide..
A Twisted Tale… - presentation
Objective: . To determine how traits are passed from parent to offspring . Bell work: . In what organelle do we find the instructions for our traits? . Nucleus. What are those instructions called?. DNA: Deoxyribonucleic acid.
A T G C A T C G C T A T A - presentation
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W hat - presentation
if the whole agency has not undergone a systematic construction of strategic performance management? . What . if your Division, or your Unit within a Division, or your Strand of work that cuts across Units and Divisions, wants to up its game by adopting SPM methods? .
Unit 4 - Molecular Genetics - presentation
DNA Replication. Protein Synthesis. Transcription. Translation. Cell Cycle. 1928 – Griffith. 1944 – Avery, McCarty, & . McCleod. Bacteriophage. Viruses that attack bacterial cells (“bacteria eaters”).
CHAPTER 13 DNA - presentation
The Role of . dna. in Heredity. Stores information needed for traits and cell processes. Copying information needed for new cells. Transferring information from generation to generation. Griffith’s Experiments.
TRANSCRIPTION REVIEW - presentation
PROMOTER REGION. REGION. RNA POLYMERASE. POLYMERASE. =. WRITER. S Phase:. Synthesis of DNA. DNA REPLICATION. DNA IS REPLICATED IN A. SEMI-CONSERVATIVE. MANNER. In DNA Replication, the entire genome doubles;.
Prions Infectious proteins - presentation
Inherited and transmissible by ingestion, transplant, and surgical instruments. Spongiform encephalopathies: Sheep scrapie, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome, fatal familial insomnia, mad cow disease.