I. Title- ANTIBIOTIC AMOUNT OF RESISTANCE SHOWN THRU GENE TRANSFER WITH PHOSPHORESCENCE IN ESCHERICHIA COLI -Names of lab partners-
1 . Background of antibiotics
- The history of antibiotics and just how they have came to exist
a. Fleming's discovery of penicillin as well as early significance * Antibiotic inhibition of protein synthesis,
2. cell wall synthesis,
* and also other cellular operations
b. Antibody has been overused and has caused to lead to bacterial resistance 5. effects upon daily life
* effects on the research industry
* results on the genetic cosmetic
2 . Qualifications of the transfer of amount of resistance genes in one bacterium to another thru conjugation, transformation, transduction (often throughout species boundaries)
- Position of family genes in bacteria and their ways of transfer
a. Family genes located on plasmids, " portionsвЂќ of bacterias and take few qualities. These plasmids usually carry a small number of family genes (as in contrast to as many as several thousand on the chromosome), and are competent of replicating in the bacterias cell
b. Direct transfer by modification of gene transfer from a single bacterial cell to another (Purpose)
3. Technique of experiment
a. Resistance to antibiotic ampicillin on Escherichia coli and the transfer and growth of the bacteria underneath various conditions (Purpose)
b. E. Coli carries plasmid for phosphorescence
c. In order to make E. coli take up the plasmid (we call this competence), we need to treat the cells with calcium chloride which causes the thick cellular envelope of E. coli to become permeable to DNA. Competence (shock) of At the. Coli cells to become permeable to DNA and recognize plasmid 4. Information about At the. coli
II. 1 . Hypothesis
a. If the At the. coli cells are converted with the new plasmid GENETICS, then inside the presence or absence of the antibiotic ampicillin, colonies must be present...
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