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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Pleiotropy, Dna Mismatch Repair, Mutation

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14 Jan 2013
24
And yet, longer life spans have not evolved. Given that organisms are capable fo constructing themselves from scratch, they should also be capable of m
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Courtship Display, Fosb, Haliotis Rufescens

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22 Aug 2012
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Cystic Fibrosis, Eye Color, Tyrosine

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14 Jan 2013
28
Dna codes for assembly of amino acids / forms a polypeptide chain (proteins - enzymes) Each triplet codes for one amino acid. Single amino acid may hav
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Ectotherm, Testicle, Thermoregulation

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14 Jan 2013
18
As they get warmer, they run and digest more quickly, tire more slowly, and poorly hear more keenly. Vast majority of organisms are ectothermic, means
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Perphenazine, Risperidone, Family Therapy

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14 Jan 2013
15
Should be more focus on negative and cognitive symp since they are more strongly associated with social and occupational functioning. Neurocognitive de
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Antipsychotic, Risperidone, Fluphenazine

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14 Jan 2013
30
Most imp develop in the treatment of s was the advent in the 1950s of several medications referred to as antipsychotic drugs. These drugs referred to a
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Sympatric Speciation, Allopatric Speciation, Reproductive Isolation

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22 Aug 2012
12
We can recognize and identify many species by their appearance. Linnaeus described hundreds of species on the basis of their appearance morphological s
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Cytosine, Messenger Rna, Cell Nucleus

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14 Jan 2013
24
Nucleic acids carry the genetic code that determines the order of amino acids in proteins. Genetic material stores information, can be replicated, and
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

significant differences

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14 Jan 2013
17
Species are named on the basis of statistically significant differences in the traits used to estimate the phylogeny. Recent analyses have found that t
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

mortality rates

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14 Jan 2013
19
In populations where mortality rates are high, individuals tend to breed earlier in life. Read example on mainland and island opossums. Populations hav
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Sirius Passet, Extinction Event

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22 Aug 2012
17
Chapter 21- the history of life on earth. For 14c, production in the upper atmosphere is about equal to its natural decay. The waste product is o2: one
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Intertropical Convergence Zone, Alpine Tundra, Rain Shadow

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22 Aug 2012
7
Chapter 52: ecology and the distribution of life. As air mass moves toward equator, it encounters an increasingly faster spin, and its rotational movem
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