Eukaryotic Gene Expression tutorial and presentation links

  1. Post transcriptional modification to the 3′-end of eukaryotic mRNAs
  2. Features of eukaryotic mRNAs
  3. Why do pre-mRNAs get smaller during RNA processing?
  4. Self-catalytic RNAs
  5. DNA-DNA renaturation and DNA-RNA hybridization
  6. Interpreting a pre-mRNA splicing diagram
  7. Promoters
  8. Protein coding sequences
  9. Hybridization of mRNA with the DNA coding strand
  10. Regulating mRNA synthesis
  11. Features of hnRNA
  12. Features of nuclear RNA processing
  13. Information transfer to the cytoplasm
Which one of the following is NOT a means (or level) of controlling eukaryotic gene expression? (p. 362). DNA packing. transcriptional regulation 

Briefly compare gene expression in bacteria, archaea and eukarya. In general, is archaeal gene expression more similar to bacterial or eukaryotic gene

Our understanding of the mechanisms controlling gene expression in eukaryotes has been enhanced by new research methods, including advances in DNA

B. Prokaryotes and eukaryotes must alter gene expression depending on internal or external environment, and in addition, eukaryotes must develop and

15.1 Gene Expression in Eukaryotic Cells. Gene controls govern the kinds and amounts of substances in a cell at any given interval
Explain how eukaryotic genes can be coordinately expressed and give some examples of coordinate gene expression in eukaryotes.

CSB 349H1F – EUKARYOTIC GENE EXPRESSION. (formerly BIO 349H1). 21L, 16T.

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