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YORKBIOL 1500Robert G TsushimaFall

[BIOL 1500] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 58 pages long Study Guide!

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All life shares 5 characteristics: organization: life is organized. Atoms molecules organelles cell tissue organ organ systems organism. Atom: the smal
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YORKBIOL 1500Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Circadian Clock, Accessory Pigment, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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20 Mar 2013
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that humans can detect with their eyes. Categorized as a wave (stream of energy particles) These particles
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Nuclear Membrane, Nuclear Pore

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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plant Cell, Alpha And Beta Carbon, Lactase

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2 Oct 2013
Distinguish between quantitative and qualitative data: quantitative data is a measurable observation, usually to do with numbers, qualitative data is d
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YORKBIOL 1500Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Growth Medium, Endergonic Reaction

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21 Apr 2014
This entire test package and scantron must be submitted to receive a grade. Your student number and name must be clearly indicated on this package and
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BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Archaea, Regrading, Dna Replication

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Sc/biol 1000 3. 0 biology i cells, molecular biology and genetics f/w 2012 course outline. Biology i is the first half of our introductory biology cour
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YORKBIOL 1500Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Chlorophyll, Chloroplast, Microevolution

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3 Oct 2014
The biosphere: abiotic factors (non-living) include sunlight, temperature, humidity, wind speed, cloud cover, and rainfall. These factors contribute to
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Synapsis, Prophase, Metaphase

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3 Oct 2013
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final-exam-overview-study-guide.doc

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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Giardia Lamblia, Salivary Gland, Plasmodium

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1 Oct 2019
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

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23 Mar
Table 1: cumulative oxygen gas produced by cabomba every 2 minutes (0. 03 hours), under red light in a monometer. Time (hours) exp tube 1 trial 1 exp t
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Methylene Blue, Pipette, Pressure Measurement

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pressure Measurement, Standard Deviation, Null Hypothesis

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12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pressure Measurement, Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation

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12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chlorophyll, Photon, Chemical Equation

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12 Mar 2019
Effect of green light vs white light on photosynthetic rate of aquatic plant cabomba caroliniana. The photosynthetic rate measured by the cumulative ox
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plasmolysis, Optical Microscope, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
Determining the minimum concentration threshold required for plasmolysis to occur in the. Aquatic plant rotala nanjenshan using a compound microscope.
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YORKFall

BIOL 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pressure Measurement, Pipette, Methylene Blue

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13 Feb 2019
Table 1: photosynthetic rates and oxygen production data collected for the aquatic plant, Cabomba caroliniana, exposed to a white light source. The con
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YORKFall

BIOL 20102014_term_2_annotated

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31 Jan 2019
Sc/biol plant biology second term test (28 february 2014) page 1 of 4: ascogenous hyphae, cleistothecium, conidiophore, calyptra, mycorrhizae, trichogy
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YORKBIOL 1500Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Moment Of Inertia, Zygosity, Retina

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4 May 2014
In a population, sperm and eggs each exhibit a 34% likelihood of carrying the b allele. The other allele in the population is the b allele. Draw a punn
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YORKBIOL 1500kyleFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture 3: ch 1

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30 Sep 2017
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YORKBIOL 1500Robert G TsushimaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Substance, Thermostat, Heterotroph

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6 Oct 2016
All life shares 5 characteristics: organization: life is organized. Atoms molecules organelles cell tissue organ organ systems organism. Atom: the smal
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - bio

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6 Feb 2019
Uses the scientific method: experimental science, set up experiments, explaining natural phenomenon, how and why we got here. We can formulate hypothes
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Reproductive Isolation, Zygote

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9 Nov 2013
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YORKBIOL 1500Paul KashiyamaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Decay Product, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Molecular Cloning

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10 Dec 2013
Impressionism - art movement in 19th century characterized my use of small visible brush strokes that emphasized light and color rather than lines to d
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YORKBIOL 1500Robert G TsushimaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mass Number, Ionic Bonding, Chemical Bond

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6 Oct 2016
Atoms make up all mater, consume space, consists of one or more elements. An element is a substance that cannot be broken down by chemical means into o
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YORKBIOL 1500Robert G TsushimaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Punnett Square, Gregor Mendel, Plant Breeding

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6 Oct 2016
Gregor mendel was a 19th century austrian monk, considered the founder of modern genetics. Pea plant were an idea plant to study because: easy to grow,
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YORKBIOL 1500Robert G TsushimaFall

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Nitrogen Fixation, Obligate Aerobe, Spirillum

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6 Oct 2016
Bacteria and archaea belonging to distinct domains. The nucleoid is the region where dna resides. Plasmids are the circles of dna apart from the chromo
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture 2: Lecture 2- bio

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6 Feb 2019
Acidic solutions low ph and high h+ concentration. Cells have molecules within them buffers prevent ph from changing so quickly. Four main types: carbo
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

Chapter 4 - Respiration and Photosynthesis.docx

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Archaea, Protist, Prokaryote

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

Chapter 3 - Introduction to the Cell and the Working Cell.docx

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ribose, Surgical Suture, Ionic Bonding

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7 Dec 2014
Learning objectives: describe the importance of chemical elements to living organisms and relate major principles of chemistry to the study of biology,
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YORKBIOL 1500allFall

Notes on Mitosis/Meiosis/Genetics

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18 Sep 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaSummer

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Literacy, Null Hypothesis, Blind Experiment

6 Page
13 May 2012
{science} is not simply a body of knowledge or a list of facts to be remembered. It is an intellectual activity, encompassing observation, description,
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaSummer

Learning Objective 1.doc

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4 Aug 2013
Qualitative data is data that can be observed that can be described but not measured: distinguish between a scientific theory and a hypothesis. Hypothe
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YORKBIOL 1500Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Balancing Selection, Calcium Signaling, Calmodulin

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4 May 2014
Chapter: evolutionary processes pages: 65-73 & pages: 51-55. Evolution can be defined as a change in allele frequencies. Natural selection acts on indi
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YORKBIOL 1500Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Carotenoid, Northern Elephant Seal, Dewlap

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4 May 2014
Does not cause evolution because allele frequencies do not change in the population. Inbreed depression: is a decline in average fitness that takes pla
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YORKBIOL 1500allSummer

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Literacy, Null Hypothesis, Blind Experiment

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BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Light-Independent Reactions, Citric Acid Cycle, Cellular Respiration

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BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Keratin, Reaction Rate, Nuclear Matrix

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BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Guanine, Mutation, Gene Pool

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Heterozygous: an individual inherits two different forms of the same gene. Homozygous: an individual inherits the same allele from both parents; genes
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BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Moodle, Biological Membrane, Phagocytosis

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8 Sep 2013
Reading quiz 3: membranes & membrane transport, chapter 5. This quiz is on membranes/membrane transport: ch 5. You will only be allowed to attempt the
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YORKBIOL 1500Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Growth Medium, Endergonic Reaction

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