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Biol 111 - Introductory Biology I

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Chapter 20 PPT Notes 1 Biotechnology manipulation of organisms or their components to make useful products 2 Applications of DNA technology affect everything from agriculture to criminal law to medical research 3 Nucleic acid hybridization the base pairing of one strand of nucleic acid to the complementary sequence on another strand 4 Genetic engineering direct manipulation of genes for practical purposes 5 DNA sequencing exploit the principle of complementary base pairing to determine a gene s complete nucleotide sequence a next generation sequencing techniques use single template strand that is immobilized and amplified to produce an enormous number of identical fragments 6 DNA cloning scientists prepare well defined DNA segments in multiple identical copies by this process 7 Plasmids small circular DNA molecules that replicate separately from the bacterial chromosome 8 Recombinant DNA molecule with DNA from two different sources 9 Gene cloning production of multiple copies of a single gene is a type of DNA cloning a Useful for amplifying genes to produce a protein product for research medical or other purposes 10 Cloning vector plasmid used to clone a foreign gene a Bacterial plasmids widely used as cloning vectors because they re readily obtained easily manipulated easily introduced into bacterial cells and once in the bacteria they multiply rapidly 11 Restriction enzymes cut DNA molecules at specific DNA sequences called restriction sites 12 Restriction fragments the cuts a restriction enzyme makes 13 Sticky ends fragments produced by the most useful restriction enzymes that cut DNA in a staggered way 14 DNA ligase enzyme that seals the bonds between restriction fragments 15 Gel electrophoresis technique uses a gel made of a polymer to separate a mixture of nucleic acids or proteins based on size charge or other physical properties a Negatively charged DNA move toward the positive electrode smaller fragments move faster and further than larger ones 16



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