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WESTERNBIOL 1002BBeth Mac Dougall- ShackletonSummer

Biology 1002B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 126 pages long!)

Section reading: 1. 1a, 1. 1b, 1. 2, 1. 3a, and 1. 3b. Chlamydomonas a single celled green alga (eukaryotic not prokaryotic has membrane bound organell
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[Biology 1002B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (79 pages long)

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No quizzes, there are still pre lecture readings. System that is very important in this course. Dna in the nucleus, but also dna in the chloroplast. Th
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

[Biology 1002B] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 278 pages long Study Guide!

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Allows it to sense its environment: eyespot info is transferred to agella, which allows it to moves towards light, allowing it to photosynthesize, sing
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

[Biology 1002B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (153 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom Haffie Denis MaxwellWinter

Biology 1002B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 72 pages long!)

Class 1 note chlamydomonas: a model system. Chlamydomonas: single cell organism, a model system. The information is then sent to the flagella to move t
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BDenis MaxwellWinter

[Biology 1002B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (140 pages long!)

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Class 1: chlamydomonas: a model system: why is chlamydomonas considered a model system, 10 microns in length. Why is that: has a big chloroplast. Eyesp
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

[Biology 1002B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (83 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BHaffie TomFall

Biology 1002B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 107 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieSpring

Biology 1002B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 338 pages long!)

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Most research work is done on the haploid phase of chlamydomonas. Because once a mutation is done, we can see its direct effect, and don"t have to worr
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BBeth Mac Dougall- ShackletonFall

Biology 1002B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: S Phase, Cell Cycle Checkpoint, Microtubule Organizing Center

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Several ways that bacteria terminate transcription: only one talked about is hairpin. A release factor (rf) binds to the termination codon in the a sit
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

Biology 1002B Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Start Codon, Release Factor, Transfer Rna

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Cycle 6: relative location of such dna sequence signals as promoter, 5" and 3" utr, sd box , start codon, stop codon, transcription terminator etc. 5"
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieFall

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

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Identify criteria used to measure complexity: genome size or the total number of genes in an organism, gene (copy) number or the number of copies of a
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom Haffie Denis MaxwellSpring

Biology 1002B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Euglena, Genome Size, Chloroplast

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

Biology 1002B Lecture 12: Cycle 5 (Bio1002B)

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Cycle 5 (bio1002b: factors driving development of aerobic cells. At beginning, anaerobic cells was first living thing. Soon cyanobacteria came that per
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BHaffie TomFall

Biology 1002B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Cone Cell, Photoreceptor Cell

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom Haffie Denis MaxwellSpring

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-6: Dna Mismatch Repair, Dna Repair, Reverse Transcriptase

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Cycle 3 inheritance of sameness: mechanism of proofreading. The mismatched is recognized since it forms a distortion in dna structure. Repair enzymes r
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Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Regulatory Sequence, Operon, Cytogenetics

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Biochemical and cytogenetic analyses have shown that all nucleated cells of a developing embryo retain essentially the same set of genes that was creat
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BBeth Mac Dougall- ShackletonSummer

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Lac Repressor, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Lac Operon

> where a protein called cap can bind and be an activator. No lactose why transcribe the genes for lactose? have the lac repressor protein being bound
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieSpring

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.1a-c: Regulon, Growth Medium, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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14. 1a the operon is a unit of transcription. For a typical metabolic process, several genes are involved, and they must be regulated in a coordinated
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieFall

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes -Photosystem I, Chemiosmosis, Reduction Potential

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Photosynthesis: only way energy enters biosphere (energy/sunlight, measurement of chlorophyll is measurement of photosynthetic organisms, 50% oceanic,
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BHaffieFall

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter Cycle 7: Trp Operon, Essential Amino Acid, Operon

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An operon is a cluster of prokaryotic genes and the dna sequences involved in their regulation. The promoter is where the rna polymerase begins transcr
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WESTERNBIOL 1002BHaffieFall

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter Cycle 8: Nuclear Membrane, Nuclear Dna, Gene Expression

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BTom HaffieWinter

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nuclear Pore, Nuclear Membrane, Nuclear Localization Sequence

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WESTERNBIOL 1002BHaffieFall

Biology 1002B Chapter Notes - Chapter Cycle 3: Lipid Bilayer, Cell Membrane, Biological Membrane

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