#BS1015. On Prof Schwabe lectures do we need to know about the "Trombone Model" about the leading and lagging strands. The lecture powerpoint has a diagram but i have no notes on it.. apart from Stryer.
I know its Christmas Eve..But hopefully someone answers!! Two questions for #BS1015. I have read the whole section in Stryer but can't seem to find a simple answer to these two questions relating to PCR.
Enjoyed todays #BS1012 practical on spores! It was interesting to see how the perisome teeth work and how sporangium discharge spores. It was good seeing this as it helped to understand the theory which was learnt in the previous lectures.. :).
The Biochemistry quiz #BS1015 was a definately a wake up call and alot of revision is needed!! But for now.. It's all about passing the Chemistry :)..#CH1070 Was wondering is this the only "Chemistry for Biologists" module? Or do we have one next semester?
I''m writing up my notes for #BS1015 on the lectures given by Dr. C Wells. I didn't note down the answer to this question: "Why are there fewer Ketose structures compared to Aldoses?" (Slides 1 and 2 on page 17 of the green booklet).. Does anyone know? Stryer doesn't answer the queston either!