CSU BMS 300 - The Actin Cytoskeleton and Myosin, to DNA Function and Structure (5 pages)

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Includes the actin cytoskeleton and the beginning of explaining DNA.


Lecture number:
7
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Colorado State University- Fort Collins
Course:
Bms 300 - Principles of Human Physiology
Edition:
1
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BMS 300 1st edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture I Mitochondria and the cytoskeleton mitochondria 1 structure 2 function use O2 to generate ATP Oxidative phosphorylation 3 history of the mitochondria capture genetic lining the cytoskeleton 1 protein polymers with protection ability 2 microtubules polymers of tubulin 3 filament actin polymer of G actin 4 intermediate of filament proteins II Microtubules structure tubulin assembly polarity of molecules microtubules as substrate for movement 1 kinesin structure ATPase motor function dynein actin using myosin These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Outline of Current Lecture I Filamentous actin in the cortical cytoskeleton myosin motors 1 2 movement in F actin vesicle access to the membranes 1 local delivery II DNA structure replication and the central dogma DNA as molecules of life 1 stores information about RNA structures 2 RNA structure stores information about protein structure III DNA components 5carbon sugar dextrose bases 1 purines adenine quinine 2 pyrimidines thymine cytosine IV Polymerization of sugars phosphodiester bonds V Antiparallel structure and hydrogen bonds role of bases VI Replication Current Lecture Filamentous Actin as a Substrate for Vesicular Transport there is an actin binding site there is an ATP binding site where adenosine and triphosphate turn into ATPase see image hard to explain with words here Long Distance vs Short Distance Transport Vesicle access to the plasma membrane there is a cortical actin kinesin microtubules all of these are long distance the SNARE hypothesis is that the vesicle and targets both SNARE and release contents see image Exocytosis the process of squishing the two membranes together Endocytosis claythrin Deoxyribonucleic Acid stores information replication changes by mutation Central Dogma where the DNA stores information the information stored in DNA



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