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BIOS 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Portal Vein, Hepatic Veins, Middle Colic Artery
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BIOS 214
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BIOS 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Glans Penis, Pubic Arch, Erectile Tissue
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Semen 1. 1.55 ml ejaculate 3.Motility: 1 hour after ejaculation 70 or greater 3 hours after eJacu 60 or greater 4. Leukocyte count2000mL 6. Fructose concentration00 mg100mL . . 7. Semen with a sperm count of less than ~25o...

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BIOS 214
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BIOS 214 Lecture 6: BIOS LEC6
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BIOS 214 Lecture 8: BIOS LEC8
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BIOS 214 Lecture 7: BIOS LEC7
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BIOS 214 Lecture 9: BIOS LEC9
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heritability, Miscarriage, Blastocyst

Cyaf CH 1 th Medical advances of the 20 century and the elimination of deadly diseases- the rise of human population. o Why the US population is growing- immigrants and a lower fertility rate...

Biological Sciences
BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Xylem, Germination, Glycerol

Water I. Chemistry of lif2 is H O chemistry. Water is the most common liquid on earth II. Structure - water is composed of atoms which are composed of electrons, protons and neutrons 1.atomic number= n...

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BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Y Chromosome, Spermatogenesis, Karyotype

Life Cycle of Sexually Reproducing Organisms I. Sexual reproduction = A. Typical Life Cycle sexually reproducing animal 1. Fertilization = II. Meiotic cell division = ________ + __________ ...

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BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Benign Tumor, Cytokinesis, Mitosis

Eukaryotic Cell Cycle I. Cell Cycle = A. 4 stages in cell cycle = G1, S, G2 & M Cell Cycle of a Human Liver Cell 1. Length of time in each...

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BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Chlorofluorocarbon

Greenhouse Effect & Global Warming I. Greenhouse Effect = A. Greenhouse gases absorb ___________ wavelengths & slow their escape from earth resulting in __________ temperature B. Greenhouse gases include: ...

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BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ploidy, Chromosome

Eukaryotic Chromosomes I. Structure of Eukaryotic Chromosomes A. Chromosomes are composed of ____ histone proteins and _______ DNA. B. Chromosomes exist in 2 forms depending on stage in cell cycle.

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BIOS 101
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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Photosystem I, Photosynthetic Reaction Centre, Radiant Energy

Photosynthesis I. Photosynthesis = II. Light & Pigments A. Light = B. Visible Light C. Pigments = III. Plant Photosynthetic Pigments A. Chloroplast Structure B. Chloroph...

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BIOS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cellular Respiration, Bioluminescence, Thermodynamics

Energy & Metabolism I. Energy (E) = A. Forms of E include B. E exists in 2 states 1. Kinetic E 2. Potential E C. Laws of E Conversion (Thermodynamics) st ...

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