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LSUBIOL 1001A.HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 502 pages long!)

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Living things are more than the sum of their parts -) life is difficult to define the quality that distinguishes a vital functioning being from a dead
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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Enzyme, Protein, Photosynthesis

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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Enzyme, Protein, Photosynthesis

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LSUBIOL 1001Paul LatoyaFall

[BIOL 1001] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 32 pages long Study Guide!

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The basic unit of taxonomic classification, consisting of a population or group of populations or group of populations that evolves separately from oth
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LSUBIOL 1001HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate, Pyruvic Acid, Glycolysis

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 3

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 1

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LSUBIOL 1001Paul LatoyaFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stabilizing Selection, Population Genetics, Disruptive Selection

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Pre-darwinian science, heavily influenced by theology, held that all organisms were created simultaneously by god and that each distinct life-form rema
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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ribose, Down Syndrome, Start Codon

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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Penicillin, Assortative Mating, Allele Frequency

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 1

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 3

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BIOL 1001 Quiz 5

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Test Bank Questions Chapter 36

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Respiration Review Worksheet

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In the cytoplasm glucose is oxidized to pyruvate. In the _________ of adequate oxygen, glucose is fermented in the cytoplasm. Atp is hydrolyzed to adp
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BIOLOGY LAB WRITING ASSIGNMENT 1

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Recent studies have proven the speculation that salmon are gradually getting. There are several causes for the shrinking of the salmon such as a fight
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Endomembrane Pathway Disruptions Test One

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BIOLOGY LAB Idea For Writing Assignment 1

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Test Bank Questions Chapter 35

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Chapter questions: you are studying a plant from the arid southwestern united states. Skill: knowledge: an evolutionary adaptation that increases expos
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BIOL 4094 Exam 1

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LSUBIOL 1001Professor FarrahFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Atomic Nucleus, Electron Shell, Hydrogen Atom

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Atoms are the fundamental structural units of matter and are composed of three types of particles. In the nucleus, there are positively charged protons
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LSUBIOL 1001Professor FarrahFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hydrogen Bond, Organic Compound, Amine

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Aside from water, most biologically related molecules contain carbon. --organic molecules are molecules containing carbon and hydrogen. Living organism
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LSUBIOL 1001A.HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Maltose, Dehydration Reaction, Corn Syrup

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Organic- consisting of a carbon skeleton bonded to hydrogen atoms. Inorganic- carbon dioxide and all molecules without carbon. Carbon- very versatile,
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LSUBIOL 1001A.HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture 11: CH 11 Outline

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Late 1800s, scientists had a limited knowledge of genes. Chromosomes are made of deeoxyribonucleic acid (dna) and protein. Genes are parts of structure
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LSUBIOL 1001A.HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homeostasis, Cell Type, Mutation

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Living things are more than the sum of their parts -) life is difficult to define the quality that distinguishes a vital functioning being from a dead
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BIOL 1001 Lecture 4: CH 4 Outline

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Cause by defective protein channel (cftr) in epithelial cells. Thick mucus clogs airways and ducts throughout body. Proteins: most phospholipids and so
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BIOL 1001 Lecture 1: Biology Exam 2

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BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Light-Independent Reactions, Thylakoid, Chloroplast

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For most organisms, energy is derived from sunlight, either directly or indirectly. Those organisms that can directly trap sunlight do so by photosynth
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BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Radioactive Decay, Radionuclide, Glossary Of Riemannian And Metric Geometry

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You are chemical, and so is every living and nonliving thing in the universe. Most common elements in living organisms: oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, nitro
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BIOL 1001 Lecture 10: CH 10 Outline

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Marine mussel (mytilus californicus) manufactures ultimate underwater adhesive. Mussel binds itself to rocks with threads coated with byssus: chapter 1
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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spiral Bacteria, Cytoskeleton, Nuclear Pore

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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nonmetal, Atomic Number, Heat Capacity

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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Microfilament, Intermediate Filament, Endosymbiont

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BIOL 1001 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ecological Debt, Biocapacity, Habitat Destruction

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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Sister Chromatids, Chromatin, Interphase

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: the condition where cells have pairs of homologous chromosomes: the ordinary body cells of many organisms are diploid, haploid. : the condition in wh
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LSUBIOL 1001CrousillacFall

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Accessory Pigment, Vascular Bundle, Thylakoid

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Process of using solar energy and water to produce food. Tiny openings in the leaves on of plants that allow water and. Light- dependent reaction: take
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LSUBIOL 1001HerinsavichFall

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Natural Selection, Homeostasis, Chromosome

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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate, Pyruvic Acid, Phosphorylation

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Can occur with or without oxygen so no. Two pyruvate acid molecules: glucose uses cellular atp (2 atps) to phosphorylate, or add a phosphate group, req
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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ethanol Fermentation, Chemiosmosis, Oxaloacetic Acid

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Aerobic pathway occurs only if oxygen is present. The krebs cycle (citric acid cycle: electron transport chain, chemiosmosis. 2 pyruvate (from 1 glucos
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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thymine, Gotland Regiment, Transfer Rna

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Rna processing: polypeptides are assembled from ____. Amino acids: rna processing converts the rna transcript into ____. In eukaryotic cells the first
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LSUBIOL 1001Paul LatoyaFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chromosome, Alexander Oparin, Continental Drift

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LSUBIOL 1001Professor FarrahFall

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Atomic Nucleus, Electron Shell, Hydrogen Atom

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Atoms are the fundamental structural units of matter and are composed of three types of particles. In the nucleus, there are positively charged protons
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BIOLOGY 1001 TEST 2

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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pinocytosis, Chemical Polarity, Atomic Nucleus

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LSUBIOL 1001A.HrincevichFall

BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 502 pages long!)

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Living things are more than the sum of their parts -) life is difficult to define the quality that distinguishes a vital functioning being from a dead
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LSUBIOL 1001Paul LatoyaFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stabilizing Selection, Population Genetics, Disruptive Selection

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Pre-darwinian science, heavily influenced by theology, held that all organisms were created simultaneously by god and that each distinct life-form rema
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BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spiral Bacteria, Cytoskeleton, Nuclear Pore

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LSUBIOL 1001Paul LatoyaFall

[BIOL 1001] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 32 pages long Study Guide!

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BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hydrogen Bond, Organic Compound, Amine

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It is the study of life / living organisms. Each level = building block for the next level going from small to big. Atom (parts of molecule) ->molecule
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The second test is thursday, october 31 during our regular class period and in our lecture room. The test consists of 42 multiple choice questions, wit
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-- the science of living organisms and life processes. *all life forms have these characteristics in common, yet there is an amazing diversity in the f
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The 3 most stable subatomic particles are: neutrons, protons, and electrons (see fig 2. 1) Protons are positively charged particles found at the core,
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Ch 4

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>>>genetic material in cells is deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) Found only in the domains archaea and bacteria. No organelles or internal membranes contain
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Dr. steven pomarico, instructor plants cellulose fungi chitin bacteria polysaccharides and peptides (long sugar molecules cross-linked together. >>>the
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Energy flow in the life of a cell. --matter is anything that takes up space and has mass. --work is the transfer of energy to an object, causing the ob
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