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General Biology I

01:119:115 Lecture 27: Biomes-Aquatic Ecology

Biomes-Aquatic Ecology Friday, December 14, 207:59 PM 1)Earth Climate Macroclimate = global climate patterns Climate = the long term prevailing weather conditions 4 major abiotic components of climate are Temperature Preci...

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01:119:115 Lecture 17: DNA Technology

DNA Technology Wednesday, December 5, 204:57 PM 1)PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction Introduction to PCR Problem! => there is often not enough DNA to run many tests PCR can produce billions of copies in a short period of time ...

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01:119:115 Lecture 24: Population Ecology

Population Ecology Sunday, December 2, 24:09 PM 1)Introduction to Population Ecology Basic concepts Population = group of potentially interbreeding organism of same species Ecology = study of interactions between living or...

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Carl Linnaeus, James Hutton, Binomial Nomenclature

Darwinian evolution Sunday, November 18, 20110:27 PM 1)Pre-DarwinianIdeas Life is constant Carolus Linnaeus developed the concept of binomial nomenclature James Hutton worked with rocks (claims that the world is changing a...

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01:119:115 Lecture 28: Conservation Biology

Conservation Biology Friday, December 14, 208:54 PM 1)Biodiversity Humans are rapidly pushing many species toward extinction Conservation biology Seeks to preserve life, integrating several fields to perceive biological di...

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01:119:115 Lecture 26: Ecosystem Ecology

Ecosystem Ecology Thursday, December 13, 210:42 PM 1)Ecosystem Productivity Producers and consumers Ecosystem = all the organism living in a community, as well as the abiotic factors with which they interact Ecosystem dyna...

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Ecological Niche, Community Association, Character Displacement

Community Ecology Thursday, December 6, 2010:18 AM 1)Community Interactions Introduction Community = association of populations that live and interact in same place at same time (many species) Resources = anything from env...

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Dominance (Genetics), Barr Body, Monosomy

Human Genetics Sunday, November 18, 20110:51 PM 1)Study Of Human Genetic Variance Introduction Difficult to study genetic variance (humans) with Few offspring Long generation time Unethical(illegal) To study humans... Stud...

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01:119:115 Lecture 22: Phylogenetic

Phylogenetic Wednesday, November 21, 6:52 PM 1)Systematics Study of diversity and evolutionary relationships Taxonomy = describing, naming and classifying Phylogeny = including the evolutionary history (names) Taxonomy Bin...

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Macroevolution, Reproductive Isolation, Sexual Reproduction

Macroevolution Sunday, November 18, 210:26 PM 1)Species Concepts Introductions Species = Latin for kind or appearance Speciation = process where one species splits into two new species Microevolution = changes over time in...

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01:119:115 Lecture 11: Meiosis

Meiosis Wednesday, December 5, 204:35 PM 1)Introduction To Heredity Asexual reproduction One parent (No mate needed) Mitosis Clones Advantages 100 of gene is passed Disadvantages Always the same Mutations take a toll Sexua...

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01:119:115 Lecture 12: Mendelian Genetics

Mendelian Genetics Wednesday, December 5, 24:56 PM Vocabulary Gene: unit of hereditary information Allele: alternative version of a gene Character: observable, heritable feature (eye color) Trait: detectable variant of a c...

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01:119:115 Lecture 13: Chromosomes

Chromosomes Wednesday, December 5, 24:57 PM 1)Chromosomal Theory Of Inheritance Morgan and D. melanogaster Mendels hereditary factors were abstract ~1902 = scientists began to develop the Chromosome theory of inheritance G...

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01:119:115 Lecture 16: Gene Regulation

Gene Regulation Wednesday, December 5, 2014:57 PM 1)Prokaryotic Gene Regulation Only a certain subset of genes are used at any given time Constitutive genes = house keeping genes Always needed + constantly transcribed Othe...

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01:119:115 Lecture 3: Biological Molecules

find more resources at oneclass.com Biological Molecules Wednesday, November 28, 29:29 AM Compound Compound Polar? Hydrophilic Acid? Examples Group Name (polar)? R-OH ...

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Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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