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Chapter 13-15 – DNA Structure and Function
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Structure of DNA
Nucleotide Pairing
DNA replication
mRNA Synthesis (Transcription)
Protein Synthesis (Translation
Codons
tRNA (anti-codons)
Replication Errors
Point mutation
o Silent
o Mis-sense
o Non-sense
o Frame Shift
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Genome
DNA splicing (removal of Non-coding DNA)
Gene Regulation
Stem cells, and cell differentiation
Epigenetic effects
Cloning
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Genetic modification
o Selective Breeding
o Transgenics
o Uses of Genetic Recombination
Darwin theory of evolution
o Variation
o Natural Selection
o Reproductive advantage
o Change over time.
 Homology
 Homoplasy
 Genomic variation
Evolutionary Concepts
 Evolutionary Process – make sure you understand the purpose of each of the three
main steps:
o Variation
o Natural Selection
o Heritability
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Positive Mutations
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Negative Mutations
Microevolution
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Mechanisms of evolution – be able to explain in 1-2 sentences how each of these
contribute to evolution (change)
o Mutation
o Gene Flow (gene transfer)
o Genetic Drift (changes in gene frequency)
o Sexual selection
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Variation
Natural Selection
Artificial Selection (domestication)
Sexual Selection
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Types of Selection
o Stabilizing
o Directional
o Disruptive
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Biological Species complex
o What makes a species?
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Allopatric speciation
Sympatric speciation
Reproductive isolation
o Geographic
o Ecological (niche specialization)
o Temporal
o Behavioral
o Physical incompatibility
o Gametic isolation
o Hybrid inviability
Hybridization
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What are fossils
o Geological theory of succession (Lyell)
o Theory of extinction (Cuvier)
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Major Events in life on earth
o Cambrian explosion
o Triassic (Dinosaurs & Mammals)
o Tertiary (Primates)
o Quaternary (Humans)