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Learning Exercise: Gene expression patterns in E. coli

Title:
Gene expression patterns in E. coli
Material:
Description:
Students are asked to predict which kinds of E. coli genes might be expressed under one set of conditions and not under an alternate set of conditions.
Course: Microbiology, molecular biology

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Submitted by:
Judith Kandel
Date Last Modified:
January 08, 2002

Exercise

Using E. coli as an example, suggest a possible role for a gene that is
expressed:

In the presence of oxygen and not in the absence of oxygen
In the absence of oxygen and not in the presence of oxygen
During the stationary phase and not during the log phase
During log phase and not during stationary phase
In enriched media and not in minimal medium
In minimal medium and not in enriched medium
In the presence of lactose but not in its absence
In the presence of tryptophan but not in its absence

Explain your answers.

Categories

Audience

  • College General Ed

Topics

Microarrays; gene expression; transcriptional control

Requirements

Understand some basic biology of E. coli

Learning Objectives

To appreciate the power of microarray technology in understanding transcription patterns
To demonstrate knowledge about E. coli by applying it to a research question

Type of Task

  • Individual
  • Student-centered
  • Team
  • Unsupervised