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Her exams are painfully hard, I'm a 4.0 student and I did better in biochemistry than I did on these exams..which is saying something.The first exam she throws in a few (like 3) short answer problems.This review will mainly focus on the diversity, ecology, physiology, and certain genomic features of the hydrogenogenic species, which are most numerous among the currently recognized thermophilic anaerobic carboxydotrophs and many of which were isolated and described in recent years.Among them are diverse Firmicutes, Dictyoglomi, and Eury- and Crenarchaeota.The key enzyme of anaerobic CO utilization, the Ni-containing CO dehydrogenase, forms in hydrogenogens an enzymatic complex with the energy-converting hydrogenase, and genomic analysis shows this enzymatic complex to be encoded by a single-gene cluster.This work was supported by the Federal Target Program “Scientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel of Innovative Russia 2009–2013” and the Russian Academy of Sciences “Molecular and Cell Biology” and “Origin and Evolution of the Biosphere” programs. She also wouldn't put exam keys up online even though we got all of our exams back (so this was clearly due to laziness).
Exams count for 80% of your grade, and the exams are HARD.
Her lectures online are brief, no more than 8 minutes per lecture (which is nice in a way), but her voice is annoying as nails on a chalkboard with kind of a snarky undertone to it.
Since they are so brief she'll talk about a topic for about 5 seconds and that's it, and does not talk about all the things she wants you to know about it. I stopped watching them after the first exam and just started reading the book because the book was more helpful than her and because I couldn't stand her voice any longer.
The 2nd exam she gets really cruel and makes 1/2 of the exam short answer.
Thanks Prof Mac...thanks for making it easier on your students.
A number of phylogenetically diverse anaerobic prokaryotes, both Bacteria and Archaea, are known to metabolize CO.