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Diversity Of Life-2
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6  cards
Errors in Meiosis & X-inactivation-15
- Outline various chromosomal abnormalities (non- disjunction, aneuploidy, deletion, duplication, inversion, translocation) & their consequences in humans. - Describe how these chromosomal rearrangements happen & behave at meiosis, & state their contribution to birth defects in humans. v Define the term polyploidy. - Outline the concept of X-inactivation & explain the effects of odd numbers of chromosomes in meiotic segregation.
12  cards
gene expression-17
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16  cards
Microbes & Energy Flow-29
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26  cards
The Human Microbiome- 30
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23  cards
Introduction to Viruses-31
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15  cards
Microbial Pathogenicity-32
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21  cards
Antibiotics-33
- Explain what is meant by the term “selective toxicity”. - Identify bacterial cell components targeted by different classes of antibiotics (with a special focus on penicillin and its action on bacterial cell walls). - Describe some of the mechanisms of the development of antibiotic resistance. - Outline how to reduce the spread of antibiotic resistance.
15  cards
Microbial Genetics-34
- List the properties of the bacterial genome. - Outline the difference between vertical and horizontal gene transfer. - Outline the four strategies that generate genetic diversity in bacteria (mutation, transformation, transduction and conjugation). - Describe how microorganisms exchange genes to alter their virulence.
11  cards
Spread of Infectious Diseases-35
- Outline the five stages of an infectious disease. - Describe and explain the components of the ‘chain of infection’ and ‘how to disrupt the chain of infection’. - Outline how infectious diseases are classified epidemiologically.
29  cards
Evolution & Medicine-36
-Compare DNA sequences to understand their relationship. - Patterns of relationships between sequences provide evidence for evolution. - Selective pressures the HIV virus is under. - Role of evolutionary change in the virulence of pathogens. - Importance of evolutionary thought to understanding of disease
24  cards

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