Prokaryotic DNA Replication 
Prokaryotic DNA Replication
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Date Added: August 11, 2016

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Course Index

  1. What does it mean to be alive
  2. Atoms
  3. Isotopes
  4. Bonding
  5. Intermolecular Forces
  6. Polar Properties
  7. Acids and Bases
  8. Hydrocarbons
  9. Polymers
  10. Carbohydrate Structure
  11. Amino Acids
  12. Primary and Secondary Structure
  13. Nucleotides
  14. Nucleic Acids
  15. Lipid Structure
  16. Phospholipids
  17. Cell Theory
  18. Nucleus and Chromatin
  19. Endomembrane System Overview
  20. Endoplasmic Reticulum
  21. Endosymbiotic Theory and Mitochondria
  22. Cytoskeleton: Intermediate Filaments
  23. Cytoskeleton: Microtubules and Motor Proteins
  24. Cell Junctions Plant Cell Walls and Plasmodesmata
  25. Fluid Mosaic Model The Fluid Mosaic
  26. Fluid Mosaic Model Spontaneous Assembly
  27. Osmosis and Diffusion: Simple Dissfusion
  28. Osmosis and Diffusion: Selective Permeability and Transport Proteins
  29. Carrier Proteins
  30. Active Transport and Pumps
  31. Exocytosis and Phagocytosis
  32. Thermodynamics
  33. ATP
  34. Enzymes
  35. Enzyme Catalysis and Cofactors
  36. Redox Reactions and Electron Carriers
  37. Aerobic Respiration and Glycolysis
  38. Glycolysis
  39. Citric Acid Cycle
  40. Electron Transport Chain and Redox
  41. Complexes I, II, III, and IV and Proton Gradient
  42. Anaerobic Respiration
  43. Autotrophs, Heterotrophs, and Chloroplasts
  44. Chloroplast Anatomy, Light Reactions, and Calvin Cycle
  45. Light Reactions Overview
  46. Light Harvesting and Reaction Center Complexes
  47. Calvin Cycle Overview
  48. Photorespiration
  49. Cell Signaling and Yeast Mating
  50. G Protein Coupled Receptors and Receptor Tyrosine Kinases
  51. Secondary Messangers and Phosphorylation Cascades
  52. cAMP and Adenylyl Cyclase
  53. Cell Cycle
  54. Genetic Material
  55. Mitosis Overview
  56. G2 and Prophase
  57. Cell Cycle Control System
  58. G2 and M Checkpoints
  59. Sexual Reproduction and Heredity
  60. Ploidy, Germ Cells, and Fertilization
  61. Meiosis Overview
  62. Prophase I and Crossing Over
  63. History of Mendel's Experiment
  64. Dihybrid Cross and Independent Assortment
  65. Degrees of Dominance
  66. Autosomal Recessive Pedigree
  67. Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance
  68. Morgan's Experiments and Sex Linkage
  69. Chromosomal Abnormalities
  70. Griffith and Hersey Chase Experiments
  71. Prokaryotic DNA Replication
  72. Proofreading and Repair Mechanisms
  73. Beadle and Tatum and The Central Dogma
  74. Bacterial Transcripiton
  75. tRNA, Anticodons, and The Wobble Hypothesis
  76. Ribosomes
  77. Point Mutations
  78. Bacterial Regulation of Gene Expression
  79. Structural Regulation
  80. Transcriptional Regulation
  81. Transformation and Restriction Endonucleases
  82. PCR Ingredients
  83. Genetic Markers
  84. Genomes and Genome Evolution
  85. Protein Encoding Genes
  86. Descent With Modification
  87. Fitness, Adaptation, and Artificial Selection
  88. Phylogenies
  89. Inbreeding and Sexual Selection
  90. Directional, Stabilizing, and Disruptive Seleciton
  91. Biological Species Concept

Course Description

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