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BIOL 4376 Final: BIOL 4376 Final Exam

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BIOL 2001 Midterm: BIOL 2001 Exam 2

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BIOL 2227 Quiz: BIOL 2227 Quiz 1 Version 1

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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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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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BIOL 3096 Lecture 11: 11

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 3: 3

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 31: 31

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 6: Cell Structure Lecture 6 full notes

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 24: 24

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Deduve - very osmotic strength -> can change where material ends up. Prove they pre-existed cuz they had some exact enzyme - if they would have assembl
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BIOL 3096 Lecture 31: 31

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 27: 27

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Contraction occurs due to interaction of myosin heads with actin filaments. S1 fragment - what binds to actin shows orientation (forms arrowheads) Both
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TEMPLEBIOL 3096Joel SheffieldFall

BIOL 3096 Lecture 18: 18

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 16: new doc 2018-12-25 23.40.31

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BIOL 3096 Lecture 9: 9

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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Nuclear Dna, Phosphorylation, Spinach

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Lecture 33 mitochondria and the krebs cycle. Inner membrane that fold inward in ridges called cristae. Mitochondrial cristae: there are many small part
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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Phagocytosis, Inner Membrane, Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex

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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Ubiquitin, P21, Abscission

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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Zipper, Vinblastine, Paclitaxel

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Initially both motor heads are bound to adp. 10/28/13: as the neck linker of the first slackens, the first motor head also is releasing from the actin,
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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Dapi, Tubulin, Microtubule

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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Titin, Motility, Myosin Light-Chain Kinase

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Muscle: muscle is still composed of cells, but they are highly specialized cell, there are two types of muscle, striated and smooth muscle. It has an e
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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Protein Kinase Inhibitor, Mitosis, Glycolysis

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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -X-Ray, Cytochrome P450, Melvin Calvin

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Lecture 22 nuclear pore, journey through membrane systems. Super resolution techniques that allow one to better see the nuclear pores. Nuclear pores: c
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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -P53, Sarcoma, Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus

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Epidemiology: cigarette smoke, coal tars, asbestos, etc. were all found to cause cancer, this led to the discovery of carcinogens. Carcinogens: a type
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BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Stomach Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Metastasis

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