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## BIOL 1123- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

Study guide: nucleic acid structure and dna replication. An individual"s dna provides it the blueprint to produce enzymes that are needed to survive in
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## MATH 2233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Random Variable, Standard Deviation, Blood Pressure

To answer this question we must complete the following tables. Remember, by independence p(x1 = a and x2 = b) = p(x1 = a) p(x2 = b) or p(a, b) = p(a) p
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## MATH 2233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Probability Distribution, Random Variable, European Route E6

Variable possible values real the on from a continuous interval of line continues continuous using random variable probability model for. X formula to
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## MATH 2233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Standard Deviation

# of in a times a rare event. Example 1: in a certain culture the average number of typhia cells (cells that cause typhus) is 5 per 20 square micromete
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## MATH 2233 Lecture 15: HYP vs BIN

Example 2: in a study of falcons in a certain region of north west canada, 30 falcons were caught, tagged and released. At a later date, twenty falcons
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elitism, Rhyton, Beni Hasan

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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Generation Time, Speciation

There are a few issues on deciding which is true, as the following: Gradualism: suggests that each new species evolves continuously over long spans of
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gana

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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gene Expression, Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology

Gene expression: gene function at both the trait and molecular level. The molecular level affects the structure and function of cells, which in turn de
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Genotype Frequency, Panmixia, Allele

Population genetics: study of genes and genotypes in a population to understand genetic variation. Gene pool: all the genes in a population make up its
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture 30: 17.2 Development in Animals

Segmentation genes: genes required for an embryo to develop a segmented pattern. Homeotic: changes in cell or tissue identity in which one body part is
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frederick Griffith, Ribonuclease, Deoxyribonuclease

When injected, would cause pneumonia in rats and kill them. It had 2 strains: s (smooth), r (rough). The smooth strain had a smooth outer capsule that
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Escherichia Coli, Hemoglobin, Ovoviviparity

Gene regulation: refers to the ability of cells to control their level of gene expression. A sizable portion of the entire genome is dedicated to gene
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Start Codon, Release Factor, Transfer Rna

Initiation: the mrna, trna and ribosomal subunits assemble into a functional complex. To begin, mrna binds to the small ribosomal unit near the 5" end
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## BIOL 1123- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

Study guide: nucleic acid structure and dna replication. An individual"s dna provides it the blueprint to produce enzymes that are needed to survive in
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elitism, Rhyton, Beni Hasan

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Prof states to read the textbooks as well as the lecture powerpoints because he doesn"t mention things that are in the chapters in the text that will b
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Generation Time, Speciation

There are a few issues on deciding which is true, as the following: Gradualism: suggests that each new species evolves continuously over long spans of
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gana

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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gene Expression, Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology

Gene expression: gene function at both the trait and molecular level. The molecular level affects the structure and function of cells, which in turn de
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Genotype Frequency, Panmixia, Allele

Population genetics: study of genes and genotypes in a population to understand genetic variation. Gene pool: all the genes in a population make up its
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture 30: 17.2 Development in Animals

Segmentation genes: genes required for an embryo to develop a segmented pattern. Homeotic: changes in cell or tissue identity in which one body part is
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frederick Griffith, Ribonuclease, Deoxyribonuclease

When injected, would cause pneumonia in rats and kill them. It had 2 strains: s (smooth), r (rough). The smooth strain had a smooth outer capsule that
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Escherichia Coli, Hemoglobin, Ovoviviparity

Gene regulation: refers to the ability of cells to control their level of gene expression. A sizable portion of the entire genome is dedicated to gene
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture 38: 32. Kingdoms

Mammals evolved during the triassic period from mammal-like reptiles, known as therapsids. The earliest mammals present where shrew-like mammals that l
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Convergent Evolution

Systematics: study of biological diversity and evolutionary relationships. Biologists use this to develop the methods to construct taxonomic groups. Ph
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Cell Wall, Plant, Thermophile

Taxonomy: field of biology concerned with the theory, practise and rules of classifying living organisms and viruses. Systematics: study of biological
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Hydrogen Cyanide, Peptide, Lightning

13. 7 billion years ago, the big bang happened and gave rise to the first clouds of hydrogen and helium. Gravitational forces collapsed these into heav
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Psychrophile, Continental Drift, Archean

Geological timescale: is a timeline of the earths history from its origin about 4. 55 billion years ago to the present. This is divided into 4 eons and
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Genomics, Telomere, Centromere

Genome: complete genetic makeup of a cell or an organism. It stores information in the form of genes which provide a blueprint to produce the character
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Anabolism, Gene Expression, Collagen

Large genomes can produce proteomes with 1000s of different proteins. Despite the fact that a human liver and muscle cell are the same, their functions
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Cell Migration, Cell Division, Invertebrate

Development: a series of changes in the state of a cell, tissue, organ or organism that gives rise to the structure and function of living organisms. D
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture 30: 17.2 Development in Animals

Segmentation genes: genes required for an embryo to develop a segmented pattern. Homeotic: changes in cell or tissue identity in which one body part is
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## BIOL 1123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Meristem, Cell Potency, Cell Migration

Most plant growth occurs via cell division near the tips of the shoots and the bottoms of the roots in a well-defined radial pattern. Cell migration do
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