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Diversity and systems within the context of evolution. Classification: the way in which we structure and organize the world as a means of understanding
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01:119:116 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Zygote, Nervous System, Mitosis

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Two different ways to classify organisms: taxonomy nomenclature) nomenclature) > science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms. > every anim
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Bulk flow transport of h20 and minerals: water and minerals in soil. Transported by bulk flow through plants: transport involves loss of water through
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Sticky collar: heterotrophy, 1. 3 million living species identified, possibly 10-20 million species, derived traits of the animals, heterotrophs - dige
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Classification and evolution: classification, taxonomy: science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms-binomial nomenclature, phylogeny: evol
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01:119:116 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Ficus, Evolution, Cell Wall

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Each taxonomic level is more inclusive than the next larger level. All species at a level share characteristics of that group. 25. 10) (this is primary
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The concept of distributive negotiations refer to both sides working together to create win-win result or positive outcome for both parties. Rationaliz
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The profit- leverage effect states that a decrease in purchasing expenditures will directly decrease profit. The purchasing function is one of the most
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01:694:301 Lecture 14: Problem Set #11_Nucleic Acids_2020

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10-11 (recitation for wednesday 22 april will only address questions and problems for material already covered by monday 20 april; questions and proble
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01:447:384 Lecture 17: Fly cross experimentOER14VI18 (1)

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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mutual Exclusivity, Gregor Mendel, Crop Yield

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2 heads heads + tails event total possibilities. Transmission genetics, the inheritance patterns for the resulting offspring of a cross can be predicte
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data

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Corn plants have been crossed (mated) and you will be observing the phenotypes and counting the numbers of offspring produced. This ear of corn holds t
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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cellular Respiration, Glycoprotein, Signal Transduction

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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Egg Cell, Cortical Reaction, Blastocoel

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01:119:116 Lecture 17: Lecture 17 - Development 2

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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Amniote, Convergent Evolution, Insulin

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Lecture 11 - homeostasis: introduction to homeostasis, definition. The ability to maintain a constant internal environment in response to environmental
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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Microsporangia, Megaspore, Sporangium

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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cork Cambium, Primary Cell, Coleoptile

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Lecture 10 - plant anatomy: plant organization, two systems. Systems are comprised of cells, tissues, organs, systems: plant systems are composed of th
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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Charophyta, Sporopollenin, Cell Plate

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01:119:116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Symmetry In Biology, Deuterostome, Chordate

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Shares a single ancestor that had a deuterostome development: shared derived characteristics, cleavage, coelom formation, fate of blastopore, other org
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01:119:116 Lecture 2: Intro to Prokaryotes, Genetic, Metabolic, and Prokaryotic Diversity,

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01:119:116 Lecture 1: Classification and Virology

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01:119:116 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Microevolution

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01:119:116 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Cytokinesis, Follicular Phase, Cervix

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Female gonad found in pair (like testes) Found in abdominal cavity (not external like testes) Gametes oocytes via oogenesis (egg birth) 2 oocyte from o
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01:119:116 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Apoptosis, Necrosis, Lysosome

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Chapter 44 the immune system: internal defense. Immune responses (fig 44-1): body recognizes pathogens, toxins, other harmful agents and responds to el
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01:119:116 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Gram Staining, Lysogenic Cycle, Phylogenetic Tree

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01:119:116 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Year, Photosynthesis, Mitosis

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