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    • 1/25/12
 Ch.
13
RNA
and
Protein
Synthesis
 Ch.
13
RNA
and
Protein
Synthesis
 •  I.
RNA
 •  II.
Ribosomes
and
Protein
Synthesis
 •  III.
Muta<ons
 •  IV.
Gene
Regula<on
and
Expression
 I.
RNA

•  A.
The
Role
of
DNA
• 
 
 1.
Comparing
RNA
and
DNA
• 
 
 2.
Func<ons
of
RNA
 I.
RNA

•  B.
RNA
Synthesis
• 
 
 
 1.
Transcrip<on
• 
 
 
 2.
Promoters
• 
 
 
 3.
RNA
Edi<ng
 1

    • 1/25/12
 II.
Ribosomes
and
Protein
Synthesis
•  A.
The
Gene<c
Code
• 
 
 1.
How
to
Read
Codons
• 
 
 2.
Start
and
Stop
Codons
 II.
Ribosomes
and
Protein
Synthesis
•  B.
Transla<on
• 
 
 1.
Steps
in
Transla<on
• 
 
 2.
The
Roles
of
tRNA
and
rRNA
in
Transla<on
 II.
Ribosomes
and
Protein
Synthesis
 •  C.
The
Molecular
Basis
of
Heredity

 2

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 III.
Muta<ons
 •  A.
Types
of
Muta<ons
 • 
 
 1.
Gene
Muta<ons
 • 
 
 2.
Chromosomal
Muta<ons
 III.
Muta<ons
 IV.
Gene
Regula<on
and
Expression
•  B.
Effects
of
Muta<ons
 •  A.
Prokaryo<c
Gene
Regula<on
• 
 
 1.
Mutagens
 • 
 
 1.
The
Lac
Operon
• 
 
 2.
Harmful
and
Helpful
muta<ons
 • 
 
 2.
Promoters
and
Operators
 IV.
Gene
Regula<on
and
Expression
 IV.
Gene
Regula<on
and
Expression
•  B.
Eukaryo<c
Gene
Regula<on
 •  C.
Gene<c
Control
of
Development
• 
 
 1.
Transcrip<on
Factors
 • 
 
 1.
Homeo<c
Genes
• 
 
 2.
Cell
Specializa<on
 • 
 
 2.
Homeobox
and
Hox
Genes
• 
 
 3.
RNA
Interference
 • 
 
 3.
Environmental
Influences

• 
 
 4.
The
Promise
of
RNAi
Technology

 3