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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Special Creation, Allele Frequency, Phylogenetic Tree

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2 Feb 2018
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Big questions in biology: adaptation: is the good fit of organisms to the environment. Alfred r wallace: he wondered why organisms still adapt to the e
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

Great Transformation Video.docx

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24 Oct 2012
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We are all connected common ancestor. Great transformation have opened the door for new forms. Human civilization stretches back thousands of years. Ma
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mustard Plant, Macroevolution, Microevolution

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2 Feb 2018
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSpring

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Natural Selection, Quantitative Genetics, Daniel Craig

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2 Apr 2015
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Heritability is not a fixed feature of a trait (fact) Variation due to genes and variation due to the environment. All of our traits are derived from o
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lycopersicon, Medium Ground Finch, Brassica Oleracea

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5 Jan 2017
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Fossil record had shown that the specie changed over time, there were ancient creatures appeared on the fossils in geology continental drift (fossils f
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 + reading notes

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8 Jan 2017
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This 220-million-year-old fossil turtle, odontochelys semitestacea, has a full shell covering its belly (above) and expanded ribs protecting its back (
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSpring

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Balancing Selection, Dwarfism, Zygosity

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2 Apr 2015
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Moving from one place to another is not enough for evolution to occur, what"s necessary is that they are interbreeding with other populations and bring
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Histocompatibility, Speciation, House Mouse

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25 Feb 2017
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Is mutation alone, cause significant change, by itself. Change in allele frequencies for a given trait in a population over time. Mutation is also a me
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Observable Universe, Phenylalanine, Logica

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12 Jan 2016
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Basilosaurus, Microevolution, Chromosome

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2 Feb 2018
0
Homology: when two types of organism have similar characteristics and traits: there are two types, structural homology: for example, the vertebrate for
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UTSCBIOB51H3Karen WilliamsSummer

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Body Fluid, Retrovirus, Ney

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30 Jun 2016
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UTSCBIOB51H3Karen WilliamsSummer

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tobiano, E-Selectin, Transversion

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30 Jun 2016
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