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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

Theme 1, Topic A: Introduction to Energy Flow

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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

Theme 2, Topic B: Metabolism

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U OF CBIOL 243Heather AddyWinter

BIOL 243 Lecture Notes - Species Problem, Frequency-Dependent Selection, Phylogenetic Tree

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21 Apr 2012
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Convergent evolution refers more to distantly related organisms and parallel evolution to more closely related ones. The evolution of flight is converg
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U OF CBIOL 243Heather AddyWinter

Themes 1 and 2: Evolution, Natural Selection

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Cell (smallest unit with the capacity to live and reproduce) Population (group of individuals of the same species that occupy the same area) Community
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaWinter

BIOL 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Spliceosome, Microrna, Chromatin

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13 Sep 2016
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An organism"s phenotype is dependent on the function and amount of cells. But every cell in an organism has the same genome with the exact same sequenc
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

Theme 2, Topic A: What is Energy

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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

Theme 2, Topic C1: Cellular Respiration

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5 Nov 2011
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U OF CBIOL 371Douglas SymeFall

BIOL 371 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lophophore, Starfish, Chordate

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4 Apr 2016
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Theme 1: evolutionary underpinnings of plant and animal. Cytoskeleton (cell skeleton - structure, movement, changeable) Endomembrane system systems ins
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

BIOL 241 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thermogenesis, Heterothermy, Ectotherm

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14 Jan 2017
4
Objective 3a: calculate the components of an energy budget, and use results to assess how biomass changes will be affected. Einput = ermr + eactivity +
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaWinter

BIOL 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dna Replication, Semiconservative Replication, Noncoding Dna

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17 May 2016
11
Various nitrogen isotopes are incorporated into the dna strands. The marked dna strands are tracked after each replication. Nucleotides can only be add
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaWinter

BIOL 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Coding Rna, Heredity, Chaperone Dnaj

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17 May 2016
13
Molecular genetics studies the function of genes (+ their alleles) and proteins. We observe their mechanisms - how they work, how they are passed on, a
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaWinter

BIOL 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Semiconservative Replication, G1 Phase, S Phase

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17 May 2016
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The cell cycle is where cells grow, and then divide into 2 daughter cells. Dna and organelles must be fully replicated and properly segregated into the
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