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UCONNBIOL 1107AllWinter

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Telomere, Shotgun Sequencing, Francis Crick

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UCONNBIOL 1107AllWinter

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antigen Presentation, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Metabolic Pathway

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Chapter 43 electrical signals in animals 3. Chapter 46 chemical signals in animals 14. 46. 1 cell to cell signaling: an overview 14. 47. 5 the role
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UCONNBIOL 1107AllWinter

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mass Number, Chief Operating Officer, Archaea

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Molecules of life: water and carbon: the chemical basis of life. Molecules of life- protein structure and function. Molecules of life- proteins and fun
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UCONNBIOL 1107AllWinter

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Basal Lamina, Herbivore, Cestoda

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BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Final Guide: Myasthenia Gravis, Antigen, Lipopolysaccharide

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How animals work: electrical signals in animals 9. How animals work: electrical signals in animals ii 13. How animals work: electrical signals in ani
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UCONNBIOL 1107AllWinter

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chromatin Remodeling, Semiconservative Replication, Deoxyribose

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Cell structure and function: introduction to metabolism & cellular. Gene structure and function: the cell cycle. Gene structure and expression: dna, ge
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Strands If, Dna Replication, Semiconservative Replication

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10 Jul 2016
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Chromosomes are a complex of dna and proteins. Dna is the hereditary material in chromosomes: it contains all the information for life. Dna is double s
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Uric Acid, Renal Artery, Cystic Fibrosis

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11 Jul 2016
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Arteriosclerosis: hardening of arterial wall due to aging, leads to heart attack or stroke. Atherosclerosis: narrowing of artery because of plaque buil
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Essential Fatty Acid, Digestion, Osmoregulation

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11 Jul 2016
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Surface area doesn"t increase at the same rate as volume in all matter. Multi-cellular organisms developed organ systems to have the ability to transpo
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottFall

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Protein Structure, Antibody, Critical Role

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8 Sep 2015
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Proteins are a diverse group of polymers that play a critical role in nearly all cell functions. Metabolism (catalyzing chemical reactions): enzyme mol
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottFall

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hydrogen Bond, Chemical Polarity, Heat Capacity

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8 Sep 2015
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Our bodies contain more water than any other compound. Water is the most abundant compound on earth"s surface. The bond between oxygen and hydrogen is
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Polyploid, Nuclear Membrane, Aneuploidy

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10 Jul 2016
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After dividing, each new cell will start to receive less information than the previous cell because it can only replicate at the 3" end, not the 5" end
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Resting Potential, Cotransporter, Antiporter

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10 Jul 2016
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All cells can generate a membrane potential. Only nerve cells can generate an action potential. Central: brain and spinal column, most animals have (if
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottFall

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Atomic Mass, Valence Electron, Atomic Orbital

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8 Sep 2015
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottFall

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intermolecular Force, Ionic Bonding, Ionic Compound

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8 Sep 2015
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Complex carbon-based molecules form the basic for life on earth. Compound: two or more elements that combine in a fixed ratio. Compounds are held toget
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Mhc Class Ii, Antigen Presentation, Immunoglobulin A

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10 Jul 2016
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Activated cytoxic t-cells can"t engulf bacteria, they send out a toxin to destroy bacteria instead. This is an external response (because they are not
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Anaerobic Respiration, Mitochondrion, Electrochemical Gradient

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10 Jul 2016
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Glucose is preferred molecule for atp production. One molecule of atp is produced from glycolysis. Nadh (an electron carrier) is created and carries el
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UCONNBIOL 1107A BbottSummer

BIOL 1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Active Transport, Adipose Tissue, Nervous Tissue

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11 Jul 2016
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Adaptation: not a sudden change, only works if a cell already has the capacity to make a change (that is now beneficial to them) Acclimatization/ accli
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