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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

[BIO207H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (89 pages long)

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BIO207H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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Slide 12: overall formation of this hb complex some of the complexes hae ba allele product and some will have mutated or combination, wt globin formed
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UTMBIO207H5Rawle FionaWinter

[BIO207H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (29 pages long)

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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleFall

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Sickle-Cell Disease, Robertsonian Translocation, Chromosomal Inversion

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Chapter one: describe the molecular basis of evolution. Assessment of genetic similarities and differences between species, explore the relationship of
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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Sister Chromatids, Cyclin D1, G0 Phase

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Based o(cid:374) hypothesis that segregatio(cid:374) at o(cid:374)e locus does(cid:374)"t affect the segregatio(cid:374) of a(cid:374)other locus. Doin
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Erwin Chargaff, Semiconservative Replication, Francis Crick

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Humans have been aware of genetics, via selective breeding, for over 10,000 years. Exploration and understanding of the principles of heredity is a mor
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UTMBIO207H5George S EspieWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Actinin Alpha 2, Hypertrichosis, Haemophilia A

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More male should have the trait than female. All sons of effected mother should show the trait. Affected male will have all daughters as carries if mat
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Meiosis, Gamete, Dihybrid Cross

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UTMBIO207H5Nicole MyersWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Chromosome, Homologous Chromosome, Mendelian Inheritance

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Linkage the association of genes located on the same chromosome such that they tend to be inherited together. Linked genes genes that are located on th
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleFall

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vibraphone, Barr Body, Chromosome

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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 17: ers120h-au17

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UTMERS120H5Lindsay SchoenbohmSummer

ERS120H5 Lecture 16: ers120h-a16

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahSummer

BIO207H5 Lecture 1: Lecture 1

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Behavioural genetics - genes in behaviour, social interaction. This course involves the intersection of 3 concepts (evolutionary genetics, molecular ge
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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gregor Mendel, In Vitro Fertilisation, Botany

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UTMBIO207H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dihybrid Cross, Earlobe, Lethal Allele

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahSummer

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dna Replication, Ribosome, Phenotype

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture 3: Mendel Genetics 2

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahSummer

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: G1 Phase, Dna Replication, Germ Cell

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dna Replication, G1 Phase, Centriole

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Once a cell undergoes meitosis produces 2 daughter cells identical to the parent. Occurs in somatic cells (no reproductive cells (cid:272)ells that do(
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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nuclear Membrane, Sister Chromatids, Prophase

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Reproductive organs are in charge of producing the gametes through the process of meiosis. These gametes then fertilize to produce a zygote: egg, sperm
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UTMBIO207H5Steven M ShortWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Chromosome Segregation, Separase, X Chromosome

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Until now our analysis of genes has focused on gene function as determined by phenotype differences brought about by different alleles or by a direct t
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

BIO207H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dihybrid Cross, Mendelian Inheritance, Punnett Square

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UTMBIO207H5Rawle FionaWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Allosome, Dna Replication, Interphase

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UTMBIO207H5Jade AtallahWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter 3.1-3.2: Cell Division and Chromosome Heredity

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UTMBIO207H5Nicole MyersWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Chromosomal Inversion, Fragile X Syndrome, Telomere

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Chromosomal mutations (or chromosomal aberrations) are variations from the normal (wild-type) condition in chromosome structure or chromosome number. C
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UTMBIO207H5Rawle FionaWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gregor Mendel, Scientific Control, Pollination

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Transmission genetics: the field that describes and investigates the patterns of transmission of genes and traits from parents to offspring. Blending t
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UTMBIO207H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mns Antigen System, Palomino, Eosin

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More than 2 allelic forms of a gene can exist any given diploid individual can possess only 2 different alleles of a given gene. Complete dominance, th
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UTMBIO207H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes -Depurination, Thymine, Adenine

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1. mutation theory: variation among organisms resulted from random mutations that. 2. adaptation theory: others thought the variations resulted from ad
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ultraviolet, Wild Type, Dihybrid Cross

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The genotype is the genetic makeup of an organism, whereas the phenotype is the observable characteristic (produced by interaction b/w genotype environ
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UTMBIO207H5Nicole MyersWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nuclear Membrane, Herbert Boyer, Entrez

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Concerned primarily with the understanding that biological properties are transmitted from parent to offspring. Genetics includes heredity, molecular n
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UTMBIO207H5Rawle FionaWinter

BIO207H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gregor Mendel, Gustav Tschermak Von Seysenegg, Alkaptonuria

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BIO207H5 Chapter Notes -Eukaryote, Ribosomal Rna, Transfer Rna

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BIO207 ALL TUTORIAL.pdf

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Problem sets: due at the beginning of the class. Genetics: science that deals w/ the structure & function of genes & their transmission from 1 generati
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleWinter

BIO 207 Final Exam Reviews.docx

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BIO207H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Sister Chromatids, Cyclin D1, G0 Phase

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Based o(cid:374) hypothesis that segregatio(cid:374) at o(cid:374)e locus does(cid:374)"t affect the segregatio(cid:374) of a(cid:374)other locus. Doin
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BIO207H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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Slide 12: overall formation of this hb complex some of the complexes hae ba allele product and some will have mutated or combination, wt globin formed
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UTMBIO207H5Fiona RawleFall

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dihybrid Cross, Backcrossing, Reciprocal Cross

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[BIO207H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (89 pages long)

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Chapter one: describe the molecular basis of evolution. Assessment of genetic similarities and differences between species, explore the relationship of
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UTMBIO207H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO207H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Haemophilia A, Chromosomal Rearrangement, Heterogametic Sex

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Please note that the purpose of this sample exam is to give you an opportunity to practice writing your genetics exam, and to practice your timing. It
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BIO207H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nondisjunction, Chromosomal Translocation, Chromosomal Deletion Syndrome

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