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Biological Systems

1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cambrian Explosion, Choanoflagellate, Microrna

Week 8 Animal diversity and animal form and function ANIMAL DIVERSITY Characteristics Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophs - Ingest and then digest unlike absorption byfungi Nervous and muscular tissue No cell wall alth...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Steven Melvin
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ground Tissue, Meristem, Indeterminate Growth

Week 7 Plant growth and development, resource acquisition and transport, soil and plant nutrients PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Growth occurs throughout a plants life (indeterminate growth) - Plant has embryonic, developing...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Steven Melvin
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Antheridium, Archegonium, Sporopollenin

Week 6 Plant Diversity and Plant Anatomy PLANTDIVERSITY Origin Plants colonized land (along with fungi and animals) around 500 million years ago Advantages of living on land: - Access to sunlight unfiltered by water - More...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Steven Melvin
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endergonic Reaction, Ribose, Organic Compound

Week 4 Metabolism, Cellular respiration, Photosynthesis METABOLISM Metabolism is the sum of all chemical reactions performed by a cell or organism Individual reactions are catalyzed by specific enzymes and connected into m...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Steven Melvin
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Non-Vascular Plant, Vascular Plant, Red Algae

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 4-5 No classes in week 4 Week 5 - 4th April Evolution of Plants: Seedless Vascular Plants Primary endosymbiosis produced the rst photosyntheti...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sister Chromatids, Spindle Apparatus, Lysosome

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 1-3 Week 1 - 1st March Endosymbiosis: a small cell being engulfed by a larger one Eukaryotic: distinct nucleus, many organelles within Prokaryot...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cardiac Output, Estrous Cycle, Aorta

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 8-9 8.1 Circulation Gastrovascular cavities Animals with simple body plans dont need true circulatory systems Body wall only a few cells thick encloses a central gatrov...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Symmetry In Biology, Organelle, Parazoa

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 6-7 6.1 Evolution Historical views of life: The Greek View: Plato (essentialism) Aristotle: The great chain of being Natural theology Carlos Linnaeus Hie...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Seta, Plant Reproductive Morphology, Hypersensitive Response

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 12 12.1 Plant Growth and Development Plant differentiation from animals Meristems: permeant collection of stem cells that allow growth throughout their lifetimes Post-e...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki
1041SCG Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Meristem, Cell Potency, Cell Plate

1041SCG Biology Systems Notes Weeks 10-11 Week 10 - The Plant Body Photosynthesis - harvesting energy from sunlight and mineral nutrients from the soil They grow throughout their life Plants have three organ typ...

Biological Sciences
1041SCG
Dr Jacinta Zalucki

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