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UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (38 pages long!)

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Biology is a hierarchy of smaller units that compose the largest things in the universe. Hierarchy of organisms: atoms the simplest unit of patter. App
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UCLALIFESCI 2Esdin JosephFall

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 64 pages long Study Guide!

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Four major types of macromolecules are: proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and lipids: macromolecule: huge molecules in size. Very large molecule
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 152 pages long!)

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Ice melting is driven by increase in entropy: breakdown of molecules = increasing entropy, cells must work against entropy to maintain order, heat gene
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UCLALIFESCI 2KhankanSummer

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 51 pages long Study Guide!

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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 89 pages long Study Guide!

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Chemical bonds and chemical reactions: atoms of reactive elements combined, four most important chemical linkages=ionic, covalent, hydrogen, and van de
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 109 pages long!)

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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (22 pages long)

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Lipids are also biological molecules but not macromolecules- monomers: fatty acids and glycerols. Functions of these biological molecules are related t
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UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

[LIFESCI 2] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

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Biology is a hierarchy of smaller units that compose the largest things in the universe. Hierarchy of organisms: atoms the simplest unit of patter. App
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 76 pages long!)

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Know how to use: d=coefficient, a=surface area (c2-c1) = concentration gradient. Cell organization examining role of membrane bound organelles & the en
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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Chemical Polarity, Ionic Bonding, Cell Adhesion Molecule

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UCLALIFESCI 2AllFall

LIFESCI 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tight Junction, Collagen, Exergonic Reaction

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[questions 1-2] the phosphorylation of a protein is not a spontaneous reaction. However, when that reaction is coupled to the hydrolysis of atp, the pa
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UCLALIFESCI 2AllFall

LIFESCI 2 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Multiple Choice, Keratin, Collagen

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[questions 1-2] the phosphorylation of a protein is not a spontaneous reaction. However, when that reaction is coupled to the hydrolysis of atp, the pa
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UCLALIFESCI 3AllFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prokaryote, Nucleophile, Lac Operon

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Ls3 midterm i practice exam (10 pts) 1. Name:_________________________________ id __________________________ (last) (first) (9 pts) 3. Rna plays a key
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UCLALIFESCI 4AllFall

LIFESCI 4 Midterm: LIFESCI4 Midterm with Solutions

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UCLALIFESCI 4AllFall

LIFESCI 4 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Genetic Linkage, Glutamine, Praline

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Before starting, w1ite your name on every page. 2. clearly will be graded: do not write on the backs of pages. 6. on the last page is the codon table.
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UCLALIFESCI 3AllFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Selectable Marker, Genomic Library, Exonuclease

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Wed, nov. 10, 2010 (last) (first) you have all the pages. Instructions: this exam is 7 pages long. Before starting make sure: write your name on every
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UCLALIFESCI 3AllFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cell C, Covalent Bond, Enzyme

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This midterm counted 20% of the final grade. The exams in 2008 will be in the similar format, but the level of difficulty may be different. The score d
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UCLALIFESCI 4AllFall

LIFESCI 4 Midterm: LIFESCI4 Midterm 1 2012 Winter with Solution

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UCLALIFESCI 3AllFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deoxyribose, Northstar Engine Series, Histone H2B

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The structure of dna is critical to its function: describe in words what makes up the backbone of dna. (2 pts) Sugar phosphate backbone made up of alte
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UCLALIFESCI 3AllFall

LIFESCI 3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Repressor, Alfred Noble Prize, Affinity Chromatography

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Questions 1-4: use the codon table in the appendix to answer the following multiple-choice questions. N-term met-trp-met-his-arg c-term: 5"- atgtggatgc
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Water Vascular System, Tube Feet, Symmetry In Biology

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Week 8 (11/22: deuterostomes: mouth develops second, anus develops first, radial cell divisions, phylum echinodermata--spiny-skins (sea stars, sea urch
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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Citric Acid Cycle, Atp Synthase, Oxidative Phosphorylation

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Two turns of the krebs cycle releases 4 co2 molecules. Where do the other 2 carbons go: released as co2 during glycolysis, released as co2 during pyruv
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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kinetic Energy, Thermodynamics, Potential Energy

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Biogenetics is the flow of energy in biochemical systems. Energy is defined as the capacity to do work: work in a cell refers to chemical processes, io
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Feathered Dinosaur, Habitat Destruction, External Fertilization

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Intraspecific Competition, External Fertilization, Paramecium

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Ecology = study of relationships of organisms to each other & environment. Week 9 (12/01: distribution: where organisms are found, abundance: how many
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UCLALIFESCI 2AllSummer

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Threshold Voltage, Fluid Compartments, Axon Hillock

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Meiosis, Anemophily, Dendrochronology

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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Yoshinori Ohsumi, Lysosomal Storage Disease, Fluid Mosaic Model

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The enzymes are not getting to the lysosomes so as cellular waste gets sent to the lysosome, so it isn"t able to break them down. Waste accumulates in
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Hydrothermal Vent, Radula, Gas Exchange

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Examples of marine & terrestrial animals, lophotrochozoans defined by feeding structures & larval characteristics. Week 8 (11/20: have one or both, tro
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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Mycorrhiza, Dikaryon, Glomeromycota

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Sea Anemone, Comparative Embryology, Gastrulation

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Sponges = cells are not organized into tightly coordinated tissues or organs, simple & widespread in oceans, unicellular ancestors of animals carried o
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UCLALIFESCI 2KhankanSummer

LIFESCI 2 Chapter 2: 2SmallMoleculesandtheChemistryofLife

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Mycelium, Plant Cell, Critical Role

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Solution: they secrete many enzymes that break down the complex molecules into simple ones: 2. ) hard to find food in environment bc cannot move. Solut
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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.1: Electron Donor, Glycolysis, Chemiosmosis

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 49: Biogeochemical Cycle, Ecological Footprint, Evapotranspiration

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UCLALIFESCI 2Avedian, A.Spring

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Coconut, Ecological Niche, Brazil Nut

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UCLALIFESCI 2Esdin JosephFall

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Acetyl-Coa, Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate, Citric Acid Cycle

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UCLALIFESCI 2Elizabeth Roth- JohnsonFall

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.5-7.6: Allosteric Regulation, Acetyl Group, Hydrogen Sulfide

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Anaerobic respiration and fermentation: what is anaerobic respiration and fermentation, two processes evolved to enable cells to produce atp without us
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UCLALIFESCI 2Esdin JosephFall

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40: Central Nervous System, Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex

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Types of neurons: afferent neurons, interneurons, efferent neurons. Neural pathway: sensory neuron interneuron motor neuron effector. A glial cell is a
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UCLALIFESCI 2KhankanSummer

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Amylopectin, Oligosaccharide, Mannose

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An important advantage of biochemical unity is that some organisms can acquire needed raw materials by eating other organisms. each type of macromolecu
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LIFESCI 2 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coenocyte, Mycelium, Entertainment Uk

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