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Choosing an Antimicrobial Technique (graded) 


You be the expert: Imagine you are a teaching a class on controlling microbial growth in the environment. To test your students, you will present them with a scenario including a site and some probable microbes present. They must design a strategy to eliminate harmful microbes from the area.


In this discussion, each student (at a minimum) should present a scenario for analysis by his or her classmates, propose an answer to another classmate's scenario, and respond to all classmates who attempt to address the scenario. Be as creative as you can! 

Antibiotic Resistance (graded) 



Discuss why MRSA presents a major public health issue. Propose some ways to limit or remove this threat.


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Preview: triphosphates but they lose two phosphate groups during the replication process to release energyOne strand is replicated in a continuous manner in the same direction as the replication fork (leading strand)The other strand is replicated in fragments (Okazaki fragments) in the opposite direction (lagging strand) DNA polymerase I removes the RNA primers and replaces them with DNADNA ligase then joins the Okazaki fragments together to form a continuous strandEukaryotic cell replicationDuring initiation, proteins bind to the origin of replication while helicase unwinds the DNA helix and two replication forks are formed at the origin of replication.During elongation, a primer sequence is added with complementary RNA nucleotides, which are then replaced by DNA nucleotides.During elongation the leading strand is made continuously, while the lagging strand is made in pieces called Okazaki fragments.During termination, primers are removed and replaced with new DNA nucleotides and the backbone is sealed by DNA ligase. Collapse Mark as ReadRE: DNA replicationTashara McGee Email this Author7/27/2016 6:42:35 PMProkaryotes initiate replication through the binding of the DnaA protein to specific sequences at the origin. This then triggers the melting of a downstream AT rich region through ATPase activity. This replication bubble begins at the melted sequence. Eukaryotes have much more complex mechanisms to initiate replication which involve many proteins and protein subunits. Eukaryotes have multiple origins of replication. In prokaryotic cells, there is only one point of origin, replication occurs in two opposing directions at the same time, and takes place in the cell cytoplasm. Eukaryotic cells on the other hand, have multiple points of origin, and use unidirectional replication within the nucleus of the cell.(an instructor response) Collapse Mark as UnreadTerminologyProfessor Awwad Email this Author7/27/2016 7:48:43 AMDefine the following terms: Transcription Translation m-RN.....
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