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Exploring DNA Structure - instructor edition By Sandra Porter
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This is the instructor guide for Exploring DNA Structure. It includes the student edition of the manual, as well as: 1. Worksheets 2. Quizzes 3. Descriptions of all the structures 4. Alignment... More > between topics and national science standards< Less
Exploring DNA Structure - instructor edition By Sandra Porter
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This is the instructor guide for Exploring DNA Structure. It includes the student edition of the manual, as well as: 1. Worksheets 2. Quizzes 3. Descriptions of all the structures 4. Alignment... More > between topics and national science standards< Less
Exploring DNA Structure - student edition By Sandra Porter
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This laboratory manual provides a guide to exploring DNA structure with molecular modeling software from the NCBI. The structures and free modeling software are available in the Exploring DNA... More > structure pack. This text contains several hands-on activities and worksheets to guide your exploration. Chapters are included on the history, discovery, and structure of DNA. Our goal, at Digital World Biology, is to make molecular biology accessible to all. Several hundred students and teachers from universities, community colleges, and high schools, have used the activities in this manual. We hope you agree with our reviewers and find these activities to be an enjoyable way to learn about DNA. Watch a free video tutorial at www.digital-world-biology.com to see how you can use Cn3D to explore DNA.< Less
Exploring DNA Structure - student edition By Sandra Porter
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This laboratory manual provides a guide to exploring DNA structure with molecular modeling software from the NCBI. The structures and free modeling software are available in the Exploring DNA... More > structure pack. This text contains several hands-on activities and worksheets to guide your exploration. Chapters are included on the history, discovery, and structure of DNA. Our goal, at Digital World Biology, is to make molecular biology accessible to all. Several hundred students and teachers from universities, community colleges, and high schools, have used the activities in this manual. We hope you agree with our reviewers and find these activities to be an enjoyable way to learn about DNA. Watch a free video tutorial at www.digital-world-biology.com to see how you can use Cn3D to explore DNA.< Less
The Genesis of DNA - Genetic Oracle By Javier Ruiz Garcia
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The Logical Selection Theory The Genetic Code Decoded – BIOTERNIONS PREMIER Understanding the principles of molecular computing with the application of the Genesis Table. Most models of the... More > origin of life suggest nucleotides developed from environmentally available organic compounds. In this case the amino acids first developed from Logical Selection rather than Darwin’s Natural Selection. In this paper the Bioternions in analogy to the quaternions, are represented as members of a non commutative molecular (chromosomal) algebra, which was extrapolated from the Yupana’s RNA codon table and related correspondence. Also we describe a novel methodology to extract permutation characteristics from codon structures using special matrix algebra in order to compose structural signature vectors which may be used efficiently to generate, compare and classify aminoacid structures into Bioternion families. In this study you’ll learn how the biomolecular structure and codon dynamics was derived from the Genesis Table.< Less
Structure and Agency By J.P. Goss
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How do we define structure? And for that matter, agency? There are certain inescapable forces that both the social reality imposes on the human, effectively generating what we know as... More > ‘man’ or ‘humankind.’ Our tongues enable us to communicate and to know exactly what we are. Yet, there is, indispensably, the ability to step back from such forces, to even step back from identity. This is agency. Reality is brought to us through typifications and habituation. This is structure. This is the dialectic: structure and agency. In this collection of short stories, Goss explores this dialectic wherein the agent is confronted with the force of society. It was his intent to create stories whose DNA was formed with an ounce controversy and at least something to upset what we know as “social reality.” He wanted to step back and write something different.< Less
Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA By Carla Mooney
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Why do children resemble their parents and siblings? Introducing young readers to the fascinating world of genetics, this educational resource presents the main concepts of the science, including... More > what a chromosome does, how DNA is structured, and how genetic inheritance works. Students learn about new discoveries in the field of genetics and how those discoveries have helped to cure or even prevent certain diseases, as well as examine controversial issues in genetics such as genetically modified foods and stem cell research. Combining inquiry-based, age-appropriate activities with biology, Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA features graphic novel illustrations, fascinating sidebars, and a glossary of important vocabulary to illuminate the complex world of genetics and bring it to life. Projects include building a 3D DNA double-helix model, extracting DNA, using a Punnett square, and evaluating the benefits and risks of genetically engineering a new species.< Less
Nucleic Acids, Structure and Function for General Biochemistry, Biology and Biotechnology. By Fidelis Manyanga, Alec Sithole
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The study of the structure, function, and synthesis of DNA and RNA molecules is one of the important branches of biological studies. The study of DNA and the genes that it contains is broadly known... More > as genomics. Gene expression has distinct roles for DNA and RNA during transcription and translation. In this book, DNA structure and function, transcription, and translation are discussed in detail. The book is ideal for college level students studying general biochemistry, biotechnology, and biology. Each chapter begins with some learning objectives, followed by innovative explanations of concepts, and lastly, references for further studies. Enjoy!< Less
Swagger Nation: Sports, Politics, Mind Control, Conspiracy Theories, Racism, DNA Manipulation, Government Takeover & Survival Tactics By Damon J. Smith
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Swagger Nation highlights the hypocrisy in pop culture, the political power structure, the benefits of privilege, the underlying agenda behind the mega dollar sports world, and a society that claims... More > to be past systematic racism. Swagger Nation will jump start your mind if you've been asleep, and validate all you've known if you've felt like an alien in this new world we live in. Break the hypnotic trance and mind control that is so common in this world. Swagger Nation arrives just as we are facing political lies, mind control by way of TV and mind altering foods and a Government Takeover that is happening in clear view for all to see.< Less
Genetic control, biogenesis, spectral properties, biochemical composition and structural and functional organization of chloroplasts Chlamydomonas reinhardtii By Vladimir Ladygin
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The monograph is devoted to the topical and important issues of the study of the genetic control of the molecular organization and functioning of the photosystems in the chloroplasts of... More > Chlamydomo-nas reinhardtii Dang. The inherited chloroplast continuity in the pro-cess of the vegetative and sexual cell cycles is shown. Structural changes of chloroplast DNA in the process of forming daughter cells are studied. All stages of the biogenesis of membrane system the chloroplast from single vesicles to makrogranums are first de-scribed by using pigment mutants. There are current understanding of the biochemical composition, structural organization of photosys-tems I and II, the spatial localization of them in thylakoids in a mono-graph. The values and the number of photosynthetic units are de-fined and their functional activity is studied.< Less