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Welcome to Biology 150 - Fall 2006 - Section PT
Course Syllabus - 150syllabus
Section PT - TR - 11:00a-12:15pm & 5:00pm - 6:15pm in SA 126
Final Exam - Thu, 07 Dec 2006 - 11:00am - 1:3pam in SA 126
Final Exam Review - Wednesday, 06 Dec - at tba in tba
|Design an Experiment Assignment
Bil 151 (Laboratory) is a CO-REQUISITE course.
Please make sure that you are enrolled in a lab section.
A Peer Led Team Learning Facilitator will provide guidance.
The second workshop will be Tuesday Sep 04 at 5:00pm.
Be sure to meet your
Facilitator at the room location
The second set of practice questions will deal with basic
2004 Nobel Prizes in Physiology & Medicine
2004 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry for "Proteasomes" - for the discovery of ubiquitin mediated protein degradation. Arron Ciechanover, Avram Hershko, and Irwin Rose. Protein degradation takes place through a controlled process in which proteins are tagged with a label molecule called ubiquitin, which fastens to the protein to be destroyed. The labelled proteins are then fed into a cells' "waste disposers", the so called proteasomes, where they are chopped into small pieces and destroyed. Animation (Nobel website) »