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The following lecture addresses the topic of Information Flow and Levels of Regulation. In section one, the educator speaks in detail about Cell Regulation and explains the concept of Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. In addition to this, the educator puts forth information regarding Nuclear Membrane and discusses Opportunities for Regulation. Afterwards, light is shed on DNA Replication and DNA Replication Fork.
Levels of Regulation
Section two is devoted to the demonstration of Levels of Regulation. In this section, Telomeres are elaborately discussed followed by an elucidation of Polymerase Chain Reaction. The educator also highlights the process of Transcription and RNA Processing and describes Transcription in Eukaryotes.
Section three deals with the topic of Translation. The educator gives an overview of Translation in the start. After this, the Degeneracy of Codon is reported followed by elucidation of Ribosomal RNA (rRNA). At the end of this section, the educator discusses the four different Levels of Protein Structure.
The prime focus of section four is Genetic Changes. A thorough description of Pleiotropy is carried out after which Genotype and Environment Interactions are explained. The educator then brings under consideration the Biochemical Pathways involved and demonstrates Protein Interaction Map.
Information Flow and Related Disorders
In section five, the educator highlights Information Flow and Related Disorders. A thorough overview of Information Flow and Corresponding Disorders is presented after which Genetic Families are discussed. Apart from this, the educator also sheds light on Conditions Linked with Signaling Pathways, Disorders Linked by Common Signaling Pathway and Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation.