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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vascular Cambium, Sporophyte, Gametophyte
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Kingdom plant Green algae Mosses Ferns Conifers Flowering plants Phylum name Bryophyta ...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contractile Vacuole, Red Algae, Chromista
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Common name Characteristics Common usage Red algae Chlorophyll A Gels for molecular bio...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Missense Mutation, Synonymous Substitution, Allele Frequency
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Module 4 population genetics Learning objectives - Recognize ways in which variation can be measured - Calculate allele frequencies for autosomal and X-linked traits - Test if a population i...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chlorarachniophyte, Dinoflagellate, Diatom
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Name Common Uni/multi- chloroplast Chlorophyll 1 or 2 endo- Free-living/ Special Features/Commercial uses Name cellular type...

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BIOL10004 Chapter Notes - Chapter ILT6: Mns Antigen System, Rh Blood Group System, Allele
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Independent Learning Task INHERITANCE OF BLOOD GROUPS Knox et al. 2014 (5 edition) pp. (Knox et al. 2010 (4 edition) pp. 192195PRE READING Knox et al. 2004 (3 edition) pp. 181182, 184189) At the end of this ILT you should ...

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BIOL10004 Chapter Notes - Chapter ILT5: Maize, Transposable Element, Endosperm
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Independent Learning Task GeneLab: eCorn INTRODUCTION This ILT is to introduce you to inheritance in Zea mays (corn). Corn is a model organism used to study many processes in inheritance. It was using corn that Barbara McC...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Dna Ligase, Okazaki Fragments
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Module 1 Genetics is the study of variation and how it is inherited Meaning of genome the total amount of genetic material in a chromosome set; each chromosome has a complete set of genome Variation can be (...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neanderthal, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus
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Name Genus Characteristics Australopithecus Paranthropus - Robust in form Southern apes Time: - Enormous cheek teeth ...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extrachromosomal Dna, Genome Evolution, Genome Size
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Module 1 Essential readings (chapter 13 276278) Genome full complement of genetic information of an organism stored as DNA sequences Genome evolution Related organisms have similarities in their genome sequences that unde...

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BIOL10004 Lecture 2: Lecture 2
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Lecture 2 The gene and replication of DNA What is a gene? The fundamental unit of inheritance A segment of DNA Double stranded molecules Polynucleotide Nucleotide DNA deoxyribose sugar nitrogenous bases purine (2 carbon r...

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BIOL10004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Calcareous Sponge, Sponge, Filter Feeder
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All animals, even simple ones, are multicellular, heterotrophic organisms. They must therefore ingest food, they cannot make it themselves. This tutorial covers the following phylum: PHYLUM PORIFERA PHYLUM CNIDARIA PHYLUM ...

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BIOL10004 Lecture 13: Module 5 Ecology_-animals-in-their-environment-Diversity

Asexual Reproduction new individuals arise from a single parent by mitotic cell division and are genetically identical to that parent. Mitotic cell division cell fission, bacteria Offspring genetically identical (clones) ...

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BIOL10004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Breastfeeding, Estrous Cycle, Thought Experiment

Curious behaviour in the Queensland gulf country - Crows sometimes swoop down to the ground, pick up something, and then drop it from a height Stunning the toads by dropping them from a height may allow...

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