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BIO1011 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rna Virus, Dna Virus, Veterinary Virology

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Inquiring about the world of life: evolution is the process of change that has changed life on earth from the beginning to the variety of organisms tod
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ribose, Phospholipid, Arthropod

Chemical elements: there are 92 elements in the periodic table, 16 occur in all organisms, 23 occur in living matter, just 4 make the majority (99%) of
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MONASHBIO1011VariousSpring

BIO1011 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rna Virus, Dna Virus, Animal Virus

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MONASHBTC1110Matthews ThomasFall

BTC1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intentional Tort, False Imprisonment, Qualified Privilege

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Answers for part 2: the law of torts: d. the usual remedy in tort is compensatory damages, whereas punishment is the usual remedy for a crime. Thus, wh
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MONASHBTC1110Matthews ThomasFall

BTC1110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reasonable Person, Breast Implant, Partial Defence

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According to the neighbour principle, a defendant owes a duty of care to anyone who might be reasonably affected by the defendant"s conduct. 62 based o
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MONASHMTH1030Yann BernardSpring

MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sequence, Repeating Decimal, Direct Comparison Test

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MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Elementary Function

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MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Irrational Number, List Of Trigonometric Identities, Rational Number

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MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Wolfram Alpha, Integral Curve

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MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Absolute Convergence

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MONASHMTH1030Yann BernardSpring

MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Linear Combination, Quadratic Equation

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MONASHMTH1030Yann BernardSpring

MTH1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Antiderivative, Product Rule, Scilab

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ECF1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Bakers Delight, Black Market, Gdp Deflator

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Gdp: measuring total production, income and economic growth. Learning objective: explain how total production in an economy is measured. All of the rev
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Confocal Microscopy, Phase-Contrast Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope

Microscopy: there are two key properties of a microscope. Resolution - ability to see ne detail. Types of microscopes: light microscopy, allows us to m
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Theodor Schwann, Brownian Motion

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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Photosynthetically Active Radiation, Thylakoid, Accessory Pigment

They are usually bacteria: organisms that use light energy are photoautotrophs. Photosynthetic bacteria: the photosynthetically active radiation that c
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dna Replication, Alpha Helix, Adenine

Dna only has certain sections of genes that are used in creating protein. Dna replication: during dna synthesis, the strands of the helix separate so t
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Archaea, Prokaryote, Organelle

Organisms whose cells do not have a nucleus. Prokaryotes are divided into two domains: bacteria and archaea. Archaea are found not only in bacteria hab
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sucrase, Activation Energy, Reaction Rate

Enzymes: laws of thermodynamics tell us nothing about the speed of spontaneous reactions. E. g. hydrolysis of sugar in water takes so long that it is i
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Membrane Transport, Passive Transport, Membrane Transport Protein

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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Cellular Respiration, Glyceraldehyde, Cytosol

C6h12o6 + 6o2 6co2 + 6h2o + 36(38) atp. Krebs cycle/ citric acid cycle: if o2 is present, the process moves to the matrix of the mitochondria, the pyru
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Lactic Acid, Pyruvic Acid, Carboxylic Acid

Anaerobic respiration: occurs when there is no accessible o2, it is similar to aerobic respiration in that electrons extracted from a fuel molecule are
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hydrogen Bond, Covalent Bond, Major Minor Records

Chemical elements: there are 92 elements in the periodic table, 16 occur in all organisms, 23 occur in living matter, just 4 make the majority (99%) of
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MONASHBIO1011VariousSpring

BIO1011 Chapter Notes -Scanning Electron Microscope, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Electron Microscope

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In a light microscope, visible light is passed through the object under the microscope and then through glass lenses: the lenses bend the light so that
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MONASHBIO1011Dr. Richard BurkeFall

BIO1011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4; 8.1-8.5; 9.1-9.6: Citric Acid Cycle, Acetyl-Coa, Exergonic Reaction

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Why organisms use enzymes to catalyse chemical reactions. Enzymes as a specialised group of proteins and how they speed up chemical. Explain how redox
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MONASHBIO1011Dr. Richard BurkeFall

BIO1011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1; 2.1-2.3; 3.1-3.2; 4.1-4.2; 5.1-5.5: Covalent Bond, Hydrogen Atom, Hydrogen Bond

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Concepts: 1. 1; 2. 1-2. 3; 3. 1-3. 2; 4. 1-4. 2; 5. 1-5. 5 from campbell biology. Understand hierarchy in structural and functional levels in biology.
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MONASHBIO1011VariousSpring

BIO1011 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rna Virus, Dna Virus, Animal Virus

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Inquiring about the world of life: evolution is the process of change that has changed life on earth from the beginning to the variety of organisms tod
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Confocal Microscopy, Phase-Contrast Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope

Microscopy: there are two key properties of a microscope. Resolution - ability to see ne detail. Types of microscopes: light microscopy, allows us to m
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Theodor Schwann, Brownian Motion

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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Photosynthetically Active Radiation, Thylakoid, Accessory Pigment

They are usually bacteria: organisms that use light energy are photoautotrophs. Photosynthetic bacteria: the photosynthetically active radiation that c
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dna Replication, Alpha Helix, Adenine

Dna only has certain sections of genes that are used in creating protein. Dna replication: during dna synthesis, the strands of the helix separate so t
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Archaea, Prokaryote, Organelle

Organisms whose cells do not have a nucleus. Prokaryotes are divided into two domains: bacteria and archaea. Archaea are found not only in bacteria hab
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BIO1011 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rna Virus, Dna Virus, Veterinary Virology

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Inquiring about the world of life: evolution is the process of change that has changed life on earth from the beginning to the variety of organisms tod
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sucrase, Activation Energy, Reaction Rate

Enzymes: laws of thermodynamics tell us nothing about the speed of spontaneous reactions. E. g. hydrolysis of sugar in water takes so long that it is i
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MONASHBIO1011VariousFall

BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Membrane Transport, Passive Transport, Membrane Transport Protein

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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Cellular Respiration, Glyceraldehyde, Cytosol

C6h12o6 + 6o2 6co2 + 6h2o + 36(38) atp. Krebs cycle/ citric acid cycle: if o2 is present, the process moves to the matrix of the mitochondria, the pyru
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MONASHBIO1011Dr. Richard BurkeSpring

BIO1011 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Anaerobic Respiration, Cellular Respiration, Electrochemical Gradient

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Each glucose molecule is broken down into two 3c pyruvate molecules. 4 atp molecules are produced, but 2 are used up in the process. 2 nadh molecules a
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MONASHBIO1011Dr. Richard BurkeSpring

BIO1011 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Silent Mutation, Nonsense Mutation, X-Ray Crystallography

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Nucleotides consist of a nitrogenous base, a deoxyribose sugar and a phosphate group. The four bases in dna are cytosine, guanine, adenine and thymine.
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MONASHBIO1011Dr. Richard BurkeSpring

BIO1011 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cleavage Furrow, Sister Chromatids, Nuclear Membrane

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Enables growth and repair of tissues (mitosis) Cells spend most of their time in this phase. Checkpoint at the end of this phase. Chromosomes condense-
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Vascular Cambium, Vascular Tissue, Red Algae

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Bio1011 lecture 20 +21 plant diversity 2. Sperm ultrastructure: long cylindrical nucleus: 2 flagella inserted asymmetrically. Life cycle: series of cha
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Pittosporum, Ecosystem Ecology, Landscape Ecology

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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Diatomaceous Earth, Marine Habitats, Heterokont

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Bio 1011 lecture 19 plant diversity 1. What were the consequences of its evolution: oxygen levels within the atmosphere increased overtime due to the o
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Rain Shadow, Thermohaline Circulation, Westerlies

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Abiotic factors factors affecting distribution of organisms include: temperature, water, sunlight, wind, rocks and soil, most abiotic factors vary in s
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Eutheria, Amniote, Yolk Sac

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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Gas Exchange, Body Plan, Animal

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Animals can be defined based on: nutritional mode, cell structure and specialisation, reproduction and development. Animals are heterotrophs: not like
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BIO1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cephalization, Symmetry In Biology, Trematoda

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Animal phylogeny: relationships between phyla, points of agreement, all animals share a common ancestor (metazoa are monophyletic, sponges (porifera) a
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