History of Genetics
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Required Slides (each slide listed may need to be expanded to multiple slides to accommodate a thorough coverage of the content requested).
Title Slide (1 slide)
Transcription Overview (1-2 slides)
RNA polymerases (1-2 slides)
RNA synthesis (1-2 slides)
Post-Transcriptional modifications: Splicing, 5â€™ Cap, Poly-A Tail (3-5 slides)
Translation Overview (1-2 slides)
Structure of the Ribosome (1-2 slides)
Translation Initiation (1-2 slides)
Translation Elongation (1-2 slides)
Translation Termination (1-2 slides)
References (1 slide)