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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pyridoxine, B Vitamins, Peptide

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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cell Adhesion, Microtubule, Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor

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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Helicase, Deoxyribose, Exergonic Reaction

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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Lmna, Laboratory Mouse, Reactive Oxygen Species

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4 Mar 2012
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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: In Step, Beta Oxidation, Fumaric Acid

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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Histone Code, Microrna, Rna Interference

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13 Mar 2012
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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Phosphorylation, Signal Transduction, Phosphatase

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30 Sep 2013
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2112 Lectures 13-15 Study Guides(1) (1)-BIOL 2112

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15 Oct 2013
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Spring

Bio 2112 Study Guides-BIOL 2112

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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Chemical Polarity, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, Mitochondrial Matrix

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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Osmoregulation, Osmosis, Dialysis

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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Fibrinogen, Atherosclerosis, Tricuspid Valve

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4 Jun 2018
1. describe the general functions of a circulatory system. to acquire nutrients exchange gases dispose of waste products. 2. compare the structures and
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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Bivalvia, Mollusca, Leech

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4 Jun 2018
Animals are eukaryotes, are multicellular heterotrophs, and have cells that lack cell walls. 3. describe the cambrian explosion of animal diversity and
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Nasal Cavity, Fetus, Respiratory Pigment

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1. describe the three main phases of gas exchange in a human. Breathing (cellular respiration)- taking in o2 and disposing of co2. Transport of gases-
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Lipopolysaccharide, Pseudopodia, Gram-Negative Bacteria

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4 Jun 2018
1. describe the structures and functions of the diverse features of prokaryotes and explain how these features have contributed to their success. Proka
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Heterozygote Advantage, Disruptive Selection, Stabilizing Selection

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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Peristalsis, Occipital Lobe, Nitric Oxide

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1. describe the structural and functional subdivisions of the nervous system. 4. define a resting potential and explain how it is created. inside is mo
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Blastula, Oviduct, Relate

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4 Jun 2018
1. compare the types, advantages, and disadvantages of asexual and sexual reproduction. Fertilization- fusion of two haploid (n) sex cells or gametes t
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Chymotrypsin, Peristalsis, Chyme

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4 Jun 2018
1. define and distinguish between carnivores, herbivores, omnivores, filter feeders, substrate feeders, fluid feeders, and bulk feeders. Filter feeders
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Gene Flow, Adaptive Radiation, Sympatric Speciation

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4 Jun 2018
Microevolution- the change in the gene pool of a population from one generation to the next. Speciation- process by which one species splits into 2 or
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonFall

BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ph Meter, Conjugate Acid, Acid Dissociation Constant

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19 Nov 2018
Lecture 5 - supplement and study guide acids, bases, and buffers: a. In the following reaction, which is the acid and which is the conjugate base? (lec
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hydroxy Group, Ion, Asymmetric Carbon

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10 May 2018
Name the property that gives carbon its ability to form the skeleton of very diverse structures. The tetra valence of carbon allows it to form the scaf
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Exergonic Reaction, Endergonic Reaction, Allosteric Regulation

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10 May 2018
Energy coupling is the use of an exergonic process to drive an endergonic one. Atp is responsible for mediating most energy coupling in cells, and in m
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jmol, Glycolysis, Endergonic Reaction

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19 Nov 2018
In certain bacteria the two following reactions are coupled: Sucrose + h2o glucose + fructose g"o = -29 kj/mol. Glucose + pi glucose-1-phosphate g"o =
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Molecular Geometry, Mirror Image, Hydroxy Group

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19 Nov 2018
Lecture 4 functional groups: name the property that gives carbon its ability to form the skeleton of very diverse structures. (one word lecture notes)
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonFall

BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Garden Ornament, Hydrogen Bond, Sodium Chloride

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19 Nov 2018
Lecture 2 properties of water: describe the two types of weak chemical bonds and why they are important in living systems. (pgs. What are the three ele
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonFall

BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dehydration Reaction, Glycosidic Bond, Aldose

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19 Nov 2018
Three polymeric macromolecules are synthesized by the dehydration reaction (or dehydration synthesis). Describe the mechanism of a dehydration reaction
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cell Membrane, Aspirin, Histidine

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19 Nov 2018
The pka of a protein is the summation of all the pkr values of ionizable side chains on the surface of the protein. Amino acids have unique titration c
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Covalent Bond, Protein Folding, Amine

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19 Nov 2018
1)of the eight categories of protein, which is considered to be most important for the emergence of the earliest life forms ~3. 5 billion years ago? (l
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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Endergonic Reaction, Thermodynamics, Jmol

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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Punnett Square, Mendelian Inheritance, Heredity

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3 May 2018
Lecture 29 - law of segregation and law of independent assortment: a. Mendel began breeding garden peas in the abbey garden to study inheritance. There
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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Nucleosome, Cellular Differentiation, Chromatin

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19 Nov 2018
Lecture 25 study guide genome organization and eukaryotic gene regulation. 1)how does differential gene expression relate to cellular differentiation?
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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Macromolecule, Sickle-Cell Disease, Organic Compound

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10 May 2018
Carbon, the an amino acid monomer of a protein. In your description, include the functional groups of the backbone, and the function of the r group. An
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonFall

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Messenger Rna, Lac Repressor, Catabolite Activator Protein

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19 Nov 2018
1)bacteria respond to changes in their environments, such as nutrient availability, by regulating their metabolic pathways. Describe two mechanisms tha
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Sister Chromatids, Y Chromosome, Somatic Cell

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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Bivalvia, Mollusca, Leech

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Animals are eukaryotes, are multicellular heterotrophs, and have cells that lack cell walls. 3. describe the cambrian explosion of animal diversity and
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Magnesium, Electronegativity, Radionuclide

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10 May 2018
Chemical bonds: the atomic mass of magnesium is 24 daltons and the atomic number is 12. Radioactive isotope, atomic mass will decrease giving off parti
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lysine, Sodium Lactate, Partial Pressure

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10 May 2018
Lecture 5 - supplement and study guide acids, bases, and buffers. A conjugate acid is the species formed by the reception of a proton h+ by a base. A c
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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Signal Transduction, Cell Surface Receptor, Protein Kinase A

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3 May 2018
Unique match between mating factor and receptor is key to ensuring mating only among cells of the same species of yeast. Evidence supports a model in w
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BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Spindle Apparatus, Sister Chromatids, Cell Cycle

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Lecture 22 the cell cycle and mitosis: list three important roles for cell division. Asexual reproduction, growth and development, tissue renewal 2) a.
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BIOL 2112 Study Guide - Photosynthesis, Spectrophotometry, Capillary Action

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Transfer Rna, Cell Nucleus, Cytosine

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jmol, Glycolysis, Endergonic Reaction

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Volumetric Flask, Garden Ornament, Molar Concentration

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Garden Ornament, Hydrogen Bond, Sodium Chloride

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cell Membrane, Aspirin, Histidine

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BIOL 2112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Molecular Geometry, Mirror Image, Hydroxy Group

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