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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

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History of evolution: what is a theory, organizing the historical development of evolutionary thought, road map for this course. What is a theory: comm
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[Biology 1201A] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (45 pages long!)

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Venus flytrap a leaf specialized to trap insects and edges lined with bristles, black trigger hairs (trichomes) that spring the trap and the red colour
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughWinter

Biology 1201A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 113 pages long!)

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Why do cells divide: growth of an organism, repairs of tissue, genetic continuity (reproduction, differentiation (allows for different types of tissue)
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

[Biology 1201A] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (130 pages long!)

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We start with the rst (biological) topic in the course; inheritance of sameness. This topic is about how living things at the most fundamental level-th
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Dna Replication, Carl Linnaeus, Dna Polymerase

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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dna Replication, Nuclear Dna, Helicase

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Evolution explains how the diversity of life on earth arose and how species change overtime in response to changes in their abiotic and biotic environm
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Biology 1201A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stop Codon, Ribosomal Rna, Start Codon

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Lecture 11: examples of the importance of complementary base pairing in dna structure: in transcription making rna from dna. The rna fold and pairs wit
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

Biology 1201A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gradualism, Uniformitarianism, Centromere

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WESTERNBIOL 1201ARichard GardinerFall

Biology 1201A Lecture Notes - Cottontail Rabbit, Muskrat, Algonquin Provincial Park

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Biology 1201A Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Genetic Recombination, Asexual Reproduction, Parthenogenesis

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Unicellular organisms reproduce though cell division - one parent (no exchange of genetic information with another organism), identical offspring. Bact
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

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Biology 1201A Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sister Chromatids, Dna Replication, Karyotype

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Define, use and understand relevant vocabulary (e. g. including but not limited to: chromatid, chromosome, checkpoint, spindle fibre, metaphase plate,
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughWinter

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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Lecture 9: Generating Diversity - Origins of Variation (Mutations)

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Genotype + environment (nutrition, shelter) = phenotype (appearance) No variation = no diversity = no evolution. Mutation is the ultimate source of var
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Biology 1201A Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Spindle Apparatus, Sister Chromatids, Nuclear Membrane

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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Interphase, Dna Replication, S Phase

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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Zygote, Genetic Drift, Meiosis

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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes -Algonquin Provincial Park, Cottontail Rabbit, Eastern Wolf

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What do biologists believe are the genetic/evolutionary relationships between the eastern wolf (canis lycaon) of algonquin provincial park, the. First
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AhaffeyFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chromosome Segregation, Dna Replication, G2 Phase

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8. 1 the cycle of cell growth and division: an overview all life on earth is composed of cells and their products if cells divide too quickly, daughter
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AhaffeyFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Genetic Recombination, Sister Chromatids, Covalent Bond

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2 dna molecules that differ from one another: a mechanism for bringing the dna molecules into close proximity, a collection of enzymes to cut exchange
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WESTERNBIOL 1201ARichard GardinerFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Gamete, Cochlea, Gynoecium

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During 1700"s anton van leeuwenhoek saw animalcules in sperm of humans and animals. Some scientists speculated they saw little man in each sperm. Pange
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nuclear Membrane, Cell Membrane, Nuclear Pore

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Chapter 2: hooke gave name cell in 1600s, brown observed nucleus through microscope in 1820s, virchow proposed cell division, three domains of life; ba
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AVera TaiFall

Biology 1201A Chapter 12: Inheritance of Sameness - Chapter 12

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Darwin did not know that the variation of traits in a population is genetically based, encoded by dna, that is inherited by following generations. In o
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WESTERNBIOL 1201AJennifer WaughFall

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes -Georges Cuvier, James Hutton

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Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon, Nicolaus Copernicus, Carl Linnaeus

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