Biolab final

  1. Assayed
  2. Inhibitors
    reduce or prevent the activity of the enzyme
  3. Begins
    with glycolysis to
    • produce
    • pyruvate in the cytoplasm
  4. Pyruvate
    enters the Krebs cycle
    located in
    • the
    • mitochondria
  5. Reactions from Krebs cycle produces protons and electrons which will enter the
    the electron transport chain located in the mitochondria
  6. Most of the ATP molecules are produced by the
    electron transport chain
  7. Homologous Chromosomes
    Chromosomes that are morphologically alike and which carry genes for the same traits
  8. Diploid
    2 sets of homologous chromosomes (body cells)
  9. Haploid
    Having only one set of chromosomes
  10. Principle of Independent Assortment
    states that alleles on separate, non-homologous chromosomes separate independently during meiosis.
  11. Vectors
    • entities that carry foreign DNA into the
    • cell of an organism where DNA is expressed
  12. Restriction
    Recognize a specific sequence and cleave the phosphodiester backbone of both strands of DNA at or near the recognition sequence
  13. DNA has a negative charge due to
    Phosphodiester bonds make up the spiral backbone of the DNA
  14. Carbs
    subunit and tests
    • Monosaccharaides or sugars (Iodine test, dark blue=starch)
    • (Benedicts test simple sugars, yellow/orange)
  15. Lipids
    subunits and test
    fat/carbona and hydrogen(Sudan Test)
  16. Nucleic acids
    subunits and
    • (MONOMERS)
  17. Fermentation
  18. pikmints
    • Cartnoids reflect red and orange
    • Chlorphil reflects green, B is more polar than A
  19. Fold dilution
    parts stock+parts diluent
  20. Proteins
    • Amino acids
    • (Biuret test, more purple more protein)
  21. Amino acids are linked
    tight peptide bonds
  22. RU DT (are you down town? RNA uracil, DNA thymine
    (are you down town? RNA uracil, DNA thymine
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Biolab final
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