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01:119:101 Study Guide - Golgi Tendon Organ, Earwax, Myocyte

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01:119:101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stereoisomerism, Nucleophile, Racemic Mixture

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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Dna Replication, Mitosis, Chromatin

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Chromatin: dna and proteins the building blocks of chromosomes. Intermediate stages from binary fission to mitosis were: dinoflagellates, diatoms, yeas
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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cell Cycle, Restriction Point, Cyclin-Dependent Kinase

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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Cholesterol, Cell Membrane

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Amphipathic means it has both hydrophilic and hydrophobic parts. Cholesterol is called a fluidity buffer because it helps regulate changes in the membr
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RUTGERS01:119:101prof.burtonFall

01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Glycogen, Energy Returned On Energy Invested, Carbohydrate

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The relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration can be described as inverse or as reverse processes. This means the reactants of photo
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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Activation Energy, Scientific Law

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An educated guess that attempts to explain an observation or answer a question. A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount of data. A
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RUTGERS01:119:101prof.burtonFall

01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Carrying Capacity

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Solutions: a: q2 = 1/20000 = 0. 00005. C: 2pq = . 014142p = . 014043 genotype frequency, then times 1000 = 14. P = 1-q = . 993: a: 50/100 = . 5 = 2pq.
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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Endergonic Reaction, Chemical Energy, Primary Production

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One way that atp provides energy to drive reactions in a cell is when the breakdown of atp releases energy from its bonds which can then be used in oth
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RUTGERS01:119:101prof.burtonFall

01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nucleolus, Peptide, Adaptive Radiation

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A ribozyme is an rna catalyst that carries out enzyme-like functions. One method of dating fossils is radiometric dating. Adaptive radiation are period
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01:160:307 Midterm: Homework 1

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01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Substring

List the resulting array after each iteration of the selection sort algorithm. Sort the following array of letters (sort into. Original: [c q s a x b t
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01:160:171 Lecture 3: Density of Water

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In this rst experiment, we calculate the density of water experimentally, using a beaker, buret, and an analytical balance. Density density is recorded
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01:198:170 Lecture 3: Examples of Numeric Conversions

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01:146:328 Study Guide - Final Guide: Variant Surface Glycoprotein, Giardia Lamblia, Entamoeba

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RUTGERS01:119:101D'arvilleFall

01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cell Wall, Cleavage Furrow, Actomyosin Ring

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stenohaline, Euryhaline, Osmotic Concentration

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Osmoregulation: process of animals controlling solute concentrations and balancing water gain and loss. Osmolarity: osmotic pressure: isosmotic: equal
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Autonomic Nervous System, Homeostasis, Bronchus

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The nervous system is made of specialized cells that transmit signals along dedicated pathways to regulate neurons, muscle cells, and endocrine cells.
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tyrosine Kinase, Signal Transduction, Cell Surface Receptor

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Response: cell signaling leads to regulation of transcription or cytoplasmic activities. Ligand: a molecule that specifically binds to another molecule
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01:119:101 Lecture 1: General Biology Lecture Notes

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Carl Linnaeus, Convergent Evolution, Natural Selection

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RUTGERS01:119:101Jack MartinFall

01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Non-Vascular Plant, Lycopodiopsida, Gametangium

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Exocrine Gland, Paracrine Signalling, Extracellular Fluid

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1: they are generally longer lasting responses, they tend to be more generalized, they regulate metabolism and growth and development and reproduction
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RUTGERS01:119:101Jack MartinFall

01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Microparticle, Ammonia, Surface 3

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Bio lecture 12 10/11/12 chapter 21 origin of life. Formation of polymers: organic polymers can form on clay or rock surfaces (negative ions) attract an
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RUTGERS01:119:101Jack MartinFall

01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Photosynthetic Pigment, Light-Dependent Reactions, Thylakoid

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Plants can convet light energy into chemical bond e. Chloroplasts conversion of light e into chemical bond e(simple sugar) eukaryotes: structure(3 memb
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RUTGERS01:119:101uzwiakFall

01:119:101 Chapter 55: Primary Production

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01:119:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Hemolymph, Extracellular Fluid, Blood Sugar

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01:119:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39: Guanylyl Cyclase, Phytochrome, Signal Transduction

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Chapter 39 plant responses to internal and external signals. Mechanisms by which flowering plants sense and respond to external and internal cues by ad
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01:119:101 Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration & Fermentation

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01:119:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Dither

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01:119:101 Chapter 12: Cell Cycle

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01:119:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Genomics

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RUTGERS01:119:101uzwiakFall

01:119:101 Chapter 21-24: Genome Evolution & Species Origin

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RUTGERS01:119:101prof.burtonFall

01:119:101 Chapter 55: Cycles

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01:119:101 Chapter 40: Animal Form & Function

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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Carrying Capacity

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Solutions: a: q2 = 1/20000 = 0. 00005. C: 2pq = . 014142p = . 014043 genotype frequency, then times 1000 = 14. P = 1-q = . 993: a: 50/100 = . 5 = 2pq.
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stenohaline, Euryhaline, Osmotic Concentration

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Osmoregulation: process of animals controlling solute concentrations and balancing water gain and loss. Osmolarity: osmotic pressure: isosmotic: equal
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RUTGERS01:119:101prof.burtonFall

01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Dna Replication, Mitosis, Chromatin

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Chromatin: dna and proteins the building blocks of chromosomes. Intermediate stages from binary fission to mitosis were: dinoflagellates, diatoms, yeas
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Autonomic Nervous System, Homeostasis, Bronchus

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The nervous system is made of specialized cells that transmit signals along dedicated pathways to regulate neurons, muscle cells, and endocrine cells.
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tyrosine Kinase, Signal Transduction, Cell Surface Receptor

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Response: cell signaling leads to regulation of transcription or cytoplasmic activities. Ligand: a molecule that specifically binds to another molecule
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01:119:101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Glycogen, Energy Returned On Energy Invested, Carbohydrate

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The relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration can be described as inverse or as reverse processes. This means the reactants of photo
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01:119:101 Lecture 1: General Biology Lecture Notes

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01:119:101 Lecture 4: Macromolecules Notes

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Macromolecules: macromolecules = large, complex molecules; formed by thousands of atoms, all living things are made up of 4 classes of large biological
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Heredity, Cyanobacteria, Abiogenesis

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Origin of life: chemical evolution = from nonliving to living, the earth is 4. 6 billion years" old, fossil evidence of microorganisms = 3. 5 bya. Hypo
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cysteine, Cytosine, Glycerol

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Biological importance of carbon: living organisms consist mostly of: a. i. Organic compounds = contain carbon bonded to another carbon or hydrogen a. i
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Colloid, Aqueous Solution, Surface Tension

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Inquiry = search for natural causes to natural phenomena. Hypothesis = testable explanation for observations based on available data. Law = statement o
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Hemoglobin, Intercostal Muscle, Epiglottis

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Meiosis, Mitosis, Antibody

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Meiosis, Ploidy, Sister Chromatids

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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Central Nervous System, Motor Neuron, Sensory Neuron

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Neurons that carry information from a sensory nerve cell to a motor nerve cell. Central nervous system (cns) consists of the brain and spinal cord. Per
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Bronchiole, Bronchus, Respiratory Tract

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A system of organs, functioning in the process of gas exchange between the body and the environment, consisting especially of the nose, nasal passages,
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01:119:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Peptide, Secretory Protein, Endoplasmic Reticulum

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