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L1 Cell Biology Introduction

L2 Cells Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes

Sydney Morning Harold


Cells

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Individual Assessments

Lab1

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Reference N. Erjavec, M. Cvijovic, E. Klipp, and T. Nyström (2008) Selective benefits of damage partitioning in unicellular systems and its effects on aging PNAS 105(48):18764-18769

Online: doi: 10.1073/pnas.0804550105 PNAS December 2, 2008 vol. 105 no. 48 18764-18769

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Lab2

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Lab Assessment 2 Reference [1] N Erjavec, M Cvijovic, E Klipp, T Nyström Selective benefits of damage partitioning in unicellular systems and its effects on aging. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.: 2008, 105(48);18764-9 PubMed 19020097


Copyright Beginning with articles submitted in Volume 106 (2009) the author(s) retains copyright to individual articles, and the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America retains an exclusive license to publish these articles and holds copyright to the collective work. Volumes 90–105 copyright © (1993–2008) by the National Academy of Sciences. Volumes 1–89 (1915–1992), the author(s) retains copyright to individual articles, and the National Academy of Sciences holds copyright to the collective work.

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Reference [2] J Korlach, P Schwille, W W Webb, G W Feigenson Characterization of lipid bilayer phases by confocal microscopy and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.: 1999, 96(15);8461-6 PubMed 10411897


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--Mark Hill (talk) 12:44, 11 April 2013 (EST) You should have put the paper description on this page rather than associated with the image file and you have also included here a lot of unnecessary information that belongs only with the image file.

Lab3

--Mark Hill (talk) 19:14, 10 June 2013 (EST) There were supposed to be 4 references described here.

Spindle fibers

Reference:

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Copyright:

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Lab 4

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Name of antibody: Beta-Caternin monoclonal antibody (CAT-5H10)

Type of adhesion junction: cell-cell adhesion --Mark Hill (talk) 19:13, 10 June 2013 (EST) adherens junctions.

Type of antibody: monoclonal

Species raised in: mouse

Species reacts against: human, mouse, chicken

Type of application uses: western blotting, immunohistochemistry, immunoprecipitation, & immunofluorescence

Lab 6

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(1) Do you see any change in phenotypes between group A & B? There is a a change in phenotype between group A & B. Group B has more "fan", "broken fan" and "pygnotic" phenotype. Group A has more "pronged" and "stringed" phenotype. Not much changes observed between group A & B with "stumped" phenotype.

(2) If you see a difference, speculate about a potential molecular mechanism that has led to the change. If you don't see a change, speculate why that could be. Topomyosin strengthens fibers (stabilization). Over-expression of Tm4 may stresses the fibers (more "broken fan" phenotype) causes the B35 cells to change their morphology. Loss of original cell structure. Stresses of the fibers are normally cause by the Rho activation.

Lab 8 Peer Assessment

Group 1

Main focus of the project is clearly stated in introduction. Table summary is concise. The explanation of each subheading is easy to understand and flow. The structure of the content is well organized. Need to add some more diagrams. There's some spelling errors that need to be corrected. Citation(s) under CDK subheading?

Group 2

The format of how the facts are presented is good (ie. bullet points, linking words to glossary, videos). Explanation on the diagrams help in further understanding the topic. The facts are concise and easy to understand. Lack of diagram. The table colour division could be improved

Group 3

Certain areas are lack of citations and just need to add some diagrams. But overall, I think that it is good. I like how the way the table is presented (colour, bullet points, timeline). Model of division section is good as numbering/bullet point the facts make it easier to follow and understand. The diagrams are well chose. Just need a bit of adjustment.

Group 4

I like the way you use the diagram to explain the mitosis event. The table is well presented and just need to fill in the 1980s part. The diagram in the structure section could be adjusted a bit so that the word "during" isn't separated from the rest of the sentences. Other than that it is good. Overall, the content is logical and well-presented. In certain areas the between diagram and text is good, which makes it interesting.

Group 5

There are too much text. Maybe use diagrams to explain or use bullet points. The introduction is well written but there seems to be some repetition. Maybe just state the key points, will help to reduce a lot of words. The historical background is good. I like the way the table is presented (colour contrast, short summary, good time line). Overall, the project is well written just need to simply or used other method to present the facts.

Group 7

There are sufficient citations used. It would be great if there some diagrams were added into introduction and the structure sections. The citations in B-oxidation, glycolysis, the citric acid cycle and electron transport chain? The history section is good. Maybe cite some articles for 1898,1988 and 1990. “During the cell division” section: If the a mitochondria ….. (grammatical error)

Overall, I think that the project has sufficient information and good. The information is easy to understand and concise.
  1. N Erjavec, M Cvijovic, E Klipp, T Nyström Selective benefits of damage partitioning in unicellular systems and its effects on aging. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.: 2008, 105(48);18764-9 PubMed 19020097
  2. J Korlach, P Schwille, W W Webb, G W Feigenson Characterization of lipid bilayer phases by confocal microscopy and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.: 1999, 96(15);8461-6 PubMed 10411897
  3. Benjamin R Houghtaling, Ge Yang, Alexandre Matov, Gaudenz Danuser, Tarun M Kapoor Op18 reveals the contribution of nonkinetochore microtubules to the dynamic organization of the vertebrate meiotic spindle. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.: 2009, 106(36);15338-43 PubMed 19706424