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Revision as of 11:48, 17 March 2016

My Student Page

Attendance

Z3465531 (talk) 11:53, 10 March 2016 (AEDT)

Z3465531 (talk) 11:06, 17 March 2016 (AEDT)

Lab 1 Assessment

Search PubMed

prokaryotic cytoskeleton

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=eukaryotic+cytoskeleton

PMID 26756351

<pubmed>26756351</pubmed>

BioMed Central

How to make an in-text citation

Bacterial division protein FtsZ.[1]

Links

Testz8600021

Carnegie stage table

Cell_Biology_Introduction

Lecture 1

SMH Sydney Paper

What I have learned so far

The most useful information I have learned so far is multiple specific computer programming language commands necessary for organizing information on wiki pages. In particular, I have learned the incredibly useful command for instantly creating a citation of a PubMed article. I have also learned how to rename links a wiki page so that full website address itself is not necessarily listed and is instead whichever name I select. The simple coding language use of equals signs will be extremely helpful for organizing my work into simple headings and subheadings. Additionally, I learned that all of the edits to the wiki will be completely preserved so that there is no risk of information and progress being lost. In general, I learned how to execute several wiki commands, and now I have a useful template available for the purposes of creating wiki pages throughout the rest of the course.

Student Image

Here is the uploaded image

Bacterial Phylogenic Tree Example.png

Bacterial phylogenetic tree reconstructed from a concatenated alignment of 50 nearly ubiquitous r-proteins[2]

You can also set it to any size you want, this is 200px wide.

Bacterial Phylogenic Tree Example.png]

Bacterial phylogenetic tree reconstructed from a concatenated alignment of 50 nearly ubiquitous r-proteins[2]


To Do: Find a research article and write a brief summary. Upload an image of the super resolution as a thumbnail sitting next to the shortcut. The image has to be taken from an allowable article.

References

  1. <pubmed>26756351</pubmed>
  2. 2.0 2.1 <pubmed>22615861</pubmed>