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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Oxoacid, Chromate And Dichromate
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Unit 01 Class notes 02.16.16 – Acids & Temp: Pressure ratio General Chemistry I 1. Acid nomenclature: ...

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BIO SCI 94 Study Guide - Final Guide: Harvard University Press, Raisin Bran, Memory Stick

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 88: Placentalia, Marsupial, Monotreme

Mammalia (lab) Remember the following distinctive features of the class Mammalia:1. Heterodont (different type of teeth) dentition Single bone in lower jaw Middle ear composed of three bones Endothermic 4 chambered heart...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 86: Sacrum, Cervical Vertebrae, Occipital Condyle

Aves (lab) Remember the following distinctive features of the class Aves:1. Feathers Bill Fused bones Endothermic Amniotic egg Internal fertilization Keeled sternum What features of the birds allow them to fly?2. Its pec...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 84: Nictitating Membrane, Internal Fertilization, Desiccation

Reptilia (lab) Remember the following distinctive features of the class Reptilia:1. Water proof scales Produce uric acid as nitrogenous waste product Have the true egg (called amniotic egg) Internal fertilization Be abl...

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Michael Clegg
BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 82: Resting Potential, Neurotransmitter, Active Transport

Nervous System Study Guide 1) list the functions of the nervous system. To receive information from the environment both external and internal by specialized receptor cells. from the receptor cells transmit via sensory cel...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 81: Neuroglia, Spinal Cord, Photon

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 79: Reptile, Agnatha, Chondrichthyes

Amphibia (lab) Remember that the subphylum vertebrata includes all of the evolutionary groups derived from the 1. early chordates. These groups include: Agnatha (jawless fish) Chondrichthyes (cartilage fish) Osteichthye...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 78: Osteichthyes, Nostril, Chordate

Osteichthyes: April 28, 2009 Thursday Identify the four distinctive chordate features in the Osteichthyes:1. Postanal tail Dorsal nerve chord Pharyngeal slits (at some stage in the life of the animal) Internal supporti...

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Michael Clegg
BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 77: Red Blood Cell, Protozoa, Passive Transport

1 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 1. Define diffusion. Where does this occur in the respiratory system? of passive transport (no ATP required), therefore, it is a net movement of A type molecules in and out of the cell across the cell ...

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Michael Clegg
BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 76: Bronchus, Vocal Folds, Neoteny

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 75: Water Vascular System, Circulatory System, Gastrovascular Cavity

Circulatory System 1. What are the circulatory exchange mechanisms in Protozoa and Porifera? Protozoansuse diffusion only. These single celled organisms do not require any special circulatory system. Their cytoplasm must b...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 74: Hemolymph, Aorta, Interatrial Septum

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 71: Potassium Channel, Muscular System, Myosin

Muscular system 1. How are muscles arranged? What is actin and myosin? that are about 0.01 um in diameter, they are composed of protein. Myosin thick filaments Actinmolecules that are small and globular and in each filamen...

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BIO SCI 94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 70: Dorsal Nerve Cord, Gill Slit, Chordate

Chordata (lab) April 21, 2009 Tuesday Remember and describe the following distinctive features of phylum Chordata:1. Deuterostome: during embryonic development 1st opening is the anus, 2nd is the mouth Notochord (endoskele...

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