Does anyone know the difference between synapsis and crossing over. from what I understand, synapsis is when the homologous chromosomes come together and act as a single unit and crossing over is the exchange of genetic material ?
for #MB1031, we are not supposed to add the table that we are aleady given, but the table that we derive (initial rate and substrate concentration) is infact derived from the table given (absorbance readings in time), then how would it make sense if we just add the rate and substrate concentration tables :s
Is there any list on blackboard for #CH1070 exam (both 25% one and the 75% one) stating all the equations we have to know/memorise (apart from in the lectures themselves) ? Would just be much more easier to visualise.
for #BS1015 prcatical 4, the graph for the reciprocals, do we have to produce the line backwards until it cuts the x-axis for the value of Km??? I calculated mine using the gradient of that graph and not producing it backwards :s
From the Cover: tRNAHis guanylyltransferase (THG1), a unique 3'-5' nucleotidyl transferase, shares unexpected structural homology with canonical 5'-3' DNA polymerases [Biochemistry] - http://www.pnas.org/content...