need help with science report

Peter C. Giardina, Ph.D. pgiardin at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu
Mon Jan 1 22:34:11 EST 2001


Philip:

You might try a basic review article or general review book on
mitochondria. Also, try to narrow your search by picking an organism.
Yeast is a good bet.  Try this reference to get started:

Accession Number
+
    BACD199900094931
*
   Author/Editor/Inventor
|
    Srivastava H K [a].
|
   Institution
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    [a]  Central Inst. Med. Aromatic Plants, Lucknow 226 015 India.
|
   Title
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    Extranuclear inheritance and mitochondrial genetics.
|
   Source
|
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B
|
    (Biological Sciences). 68(2). 1998. 73-89.


or this one:

 Accession Number
+
    BACD199900207751
*
   Author/Editor/Inventor
|
    Grivell Les A [a].  Artal-Sanz Marta.  Hakkaart Gertjan.  de Jong
|
    Liesbeth.  Nijtmans Leo G J.  van Oosterum Katinka.  Siep Michel.  van
der |
    Spek Hans.
|
   Institution
|
    [a]  Section for Molecular Biology, Institute of Molecular Cell
Biology,   |
    University of Amsterdam, Kruislaan 318, 1098 SM, Amsterdam
Netherlands.    |
   Title
|
    Mitochondrial assembly in yeast.
|
   Source
|
    FEBS Letters. 452(1-2). June 4, 1999. 57-60.


Good luck,

Peter

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On Mon, 1 Jan 2001, Philip Blake wrote:

> I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but here goes. I am
> doing a report in 9th grade biology on the causes and effects of
> mitochondria mutation. I have looked many places on the web, and everything
> that I find that is actually relevent is impossible to translate-ie writen
> for college students to understand! I don't need a whole lot of
> information-the report would only be a few pages long. I just can't find
> anything helpful. If anyone has any info that would help please let me
> know-websites and books would be best, as I have to do a bibliography.
> Thanks!
>
> -Philip Blake
>
>
>






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