Principles of Genetics (BIOLOGY 222) exam notes at the State University of New York at Geneseo (SUNY Geneseo). 2023 created, 384 page notes got me A* in the exam.

  • Class Year
  • 2023
  • Grade
  • A*
  • Number of Pages
  • 384
  • Staff Rating
  • 4.5/5

Explore the extensive “Principles of Genetics (BIOLOGY 222) Exam Notes” for a comprehensive dive into genetic principles at the State University of New York at Geneseo (SUNY Geneseo). With 384 pages of exam-targeted content, these presentation files cover all four exams in the course, providing a strategic focus on essential genetic concepts.

Key Features:

  • Exam-Focused: Crafted with exam preparation in mind, these notes strategically address the content of all four exams in the Principles of Genetics course at SUNY Geneseo.
  • Thorough Exam Coverage: Each exam tackles specific topics, including intro to genetics, methods of purification, DNA replication (Exam 1); Mendel’s Laws, Pedigrees, Transcription (Exam 2); Lac Operon, Transcriptional regulation, DNA sequencing (Exam 3); and Types of proteins, regulators, and small molecules (Exam 4).
  • Comprehensive Content: Delve into essential genetic concepts such as the law of segregation, law of independent assortment (Mendel’s Laws), chi-square, pedigree analysis, linkage and recombination mapping, central dogma (transcription and translation), regulation of bacterial gene expression, DNA methylation, RNA interference (RNAi), bacterial genetics, DNA sequencing, and gene cloning.
  • In-Depth Exploration: Gain insights into various topics, including types of proteins (repressors and activators), types of regulation (negative control and positive control), bacterial operon, differences and similarities in gene regulation within prokaryotes and eukaryotes, signal transduction (CREB/G-protein signaling), epigenetic regulation, Luria and Delbruck experiment, methods of DNA repair, and CRISPR.

Whether you’re preparing for exams or seeking a comprehensive understanding of genetic principles, these exam notes serve as a valuable resource, ensuring you are well-prepared to navigate the complexities of genetics at SUNY Geneseo.

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