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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieWinter

[BIO206H5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 80 pages long Study Guide!

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Inorganic ions: variety of organic ocmpounds, organelles (not all in cell, water, collectively displays the 5 characteristics of life, cells vary great
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[BIO206H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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This one is ready to undergo cell division. It"s about to cut itself thru binary fission. 10^30 single-celled organisms, and they represent the vast ma
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[BIO206H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (89 pages long!)

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Occasionally, mutations can make bacteria resistant to antibiotics that are used to kill them. Mutations can also produce smaller variations that under
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[BIO206H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (107 pages long!)

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Term test 1 october 5th 25% No labs or tutorials during reading week in october not given a week number. 60 minutes long, mc questions, diagrams and sh
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Dna, Rna, Protein

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Scanned by camscanner: prokaryotic chromosome and gene structure, bacteria have a single circular chromosome. Most of the information about bacterial t
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 21 pages long!)

Characteristics of life: growth, metabolism, response to stimuli, movement. A lipid-membrane bound unit filled with a concentrated and organized aqueou
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Dna, Rna, Protein

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Fall 2018: prokaryotic chromosome and gene structure, bacteria have a single circular chromosome. Most of the information about bacterial transcription
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UTMBIO206H5Anuar RodriguesFall

BIO206H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 21 pages long!)

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UTMBIO153H5Christoph RichterWinter

BIO153H5 Midterm: Term Test Practice #2

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UTMBIO153H5Christoph RichterWinter

BIO153H5 Midterm: Term Test Practice #1

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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleSpring

BIO152H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dihybrid Cross, Gregor Mendel, Quantitative Trait Locus

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The heterozygous condition results in pink (rr) flower color. A dwarf, red snapdragon is crossed with a plant homozygous for tallness and white flowers
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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleSpring

BIO152H5 Midterm: BIO152 sample midterm questions Term Test 1

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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleSpring

BIO152H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scantron Corporation, Hydrophile, Y Chromosome

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In 1668, francesco redi did a series of experiments on spontaneous generation. He began by putting similar pieces of meat into eight identical jars. Fo
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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleSpring

BIO152H5 Midterm: midterm

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Which domain of life would this new organism belong to: archaea, bacteria, eukarya, a or b is possible, a, b, or c is possible. Where did the carbon fo
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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleSpring

BIO152H5 Midterm: BIO152 sample midterm questions_answers

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UTMBIO205H5Christopher RichterFall

BIO205H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Ecological Niche, Interspecific Competition, Null Model

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The conditions under which an organism can function successfully are the consequence of physiological, morphological, and behavioural adaptations. Adap
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UTMERS120H5Lindsay SchoenbohmSummer

ERS120H5 Lecture 16: ers120h-a16

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UTMERS120H5Lindsay SchoenbohmSummer

ERS120H5 Lecture 17: ers120h-au17

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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nuclear Localization Sequence, Nuclear Pore, Atp Hydrolysis

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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trp Operon, Anthranilic Acid, Eukaryotic Transcription

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Transcription versus replication, since rna polymerase does not proofread, we expect lower levels of error in transcription than in. Dna replication: i
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture 1: BIO206 tutorial 1

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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Okazaki Fragments, Dna Ligase, Semiconservative Replication

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Bio206 tutorial replication: when discussing dna replication, explain what is meant by the terms, conservative : daughter cells have newly synth. When
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture 2: bio206 amino acid tut2

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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cell Nucleus, Cell Theory, Inclusion Bodies

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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peptide Bond, Protein Folding, Hydrogen Bond

Tertiary and quaternary structure: cumulative effect of many weak bonds, hydrogen bonding. Ionic bonds: van der waals forces (from dipoles, hydrophobic
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pyrimidine, Guanine, Nitrogenous Base

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All organisms encode their info in their dna Dna will either encode to another protein or rna. Dna packaged in nucleus (transcription occurs rna) Trans
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Endomembrane System, Peroxisome, Chloroplast

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Proteins that are largely synthesized in the cytosol need to be sorted and targeted to their nal destination so that a mitochondria and peroxisomes can
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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Clathrin, Cell Membrane, Organelle

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Transfer of proteins from one organelle to another occurs via transport vesicles (spherical objects that bud off it"s pinched in internal content and m
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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes -Transmission Electron Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope, Hydrogen Atom

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30/05/2010 20:30:00: all living this are made of cells : small, membrane-enclosed, units filled with a concentrated aqueous solution of chemicals and e
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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Nuclear Pore, Nuclear Localization Sequence, Lipid Bilayer

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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dna Polymerase, Dna Replication, Okazaki Fragments

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Chapter 6 dna replication, repair, and recombination. Maintaining order in a cell also requires the continual surveillance and repair of it genetic inf
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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dna Polymerase I, Dna Polymerase Iii Holoenzyme, Dna Replication

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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dna Replication, Noncoding Dna, Y Chromosome

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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Recombinant Dna, Restriction Enzyme

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In the 1970s, it became possible to isolate a selected piece of dna from the millions of nucleotide pairs in a chromosome. Recombinant dna technology:
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UTMBIO206H5George EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter 1: bio206 tut 1

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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Protein Filament, Scleroprotein, Protein Domain

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UTMBIO206H5George S EspieFall

BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Equilibrium Constant, Chemical Bond, Bond Energy

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BIO206H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Scanning Electron Microscope, Confocal Microscopy

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Messenger rna --> messages are translated into protein. Proteins are built from amino acids (there are 20) Viruses have no ability to reproduce outside
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Apparatus, Terminal Hair

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Cell structure and function worksheet answers: given a diagram or a photograph of the three diferent types of cells (plant cells, animal cells, or bact
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit, World Federation Of Trade Unions, Transfer Rna

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Bio206 tut0113: the stop codons for translation are uag ( amber ), uaa ( ochre ), and uga ( opal ). The codons for the amino acids tyrosine (uau and ua
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dna Polymerase Iii Holoenzyme, Dna Polymerase Ii, Dna Replication

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Bio206 tut0113: a) conservative: one of the three models of dna replication is the conservative model. In this model, dna replication involved the form
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Noncoding Dna, Transfer Rna, Cistron

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Bio206 - tut0113: a) i would expect high levels of error in transcription as compared to dna replication, given that rna polymerase does not proofread.
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thymidine Triphosphate, Gc-Content, Uracil

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Bio206 tut0113: there is no ttp (thymidine triphosphate with ribose sugar) in cells because thymine is not one of the nitrogenous bases incorporated in
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BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nuclear Localization Sequence, Nuclear Pore, Atp Hydrolysis

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BIO206H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trp Operon, Anthranilic Acid, Eukaryotic Transcription

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Transcription versus replication, since rna polymerase does not proofread, we expect lower levels of error in transcription than in. Dna replication: i
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Occasionally, mutations can make bacteria resistant to antibiotics that are used to kill them. Mutations can also produce smaller variations that under
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Protein targeting worksheet: there are several things required for successful protein sorting. First of all, signal sequences are required to determine
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BIO206H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hydrogen Bond, Amine, Peptide

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