Biology 1A    Sept 8, 1998
Lecture 4 - DNA, Archaea, Bacteria


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Lecture Outline:

I. DNA is the "master molecule" of life. II. All life may be divided into three domains. III. Introduction to the Archaea. IV. Introduction to the Bacteria.


Vocabulary:

adenine domain outer membrane
aerobic ester-linkage penicillin
anaerobic ether-linkage peptidoglycan
antibiotic evolutionary distance plasmid
Archaea flagellin prokaryote
bacillus Gram stain rRNA
Bacteria guanine ruminant
bacteriorhodopsin halophile semi-conservative
botulism heterochromatin spirillum
chromosome histone streptomycin
coccus intron thermophile
codon isoprene thymine
cytosine methanogen tRNA
diglycerol mRNA uracil


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