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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 113 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2017
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Chapter 1: the study of body function (p. 4-10) The feedback mechanisms: negative feedback, common regulatory mechanism for maintenance of homeostasis,
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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It is estimated that 5-10 million species inhabit the earth, approximately 25% of which are beetles: species are unevenly distributed across the globe,
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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It is estimated that 5-10 million species inhabit the earth, approximately 25% of which are beetles: species are unevenly distributed across the globe,
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 113 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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Chapter 1: the study of body function (p. 4-10) The feedback mechanisms: negative feedback, common regulatory mechanism for maintenance of homeostasis,
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Sympatric Speciation, Ecological Selection, Stellar Population

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19 Sep 2017
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Species Complex, Great Dane, Genetic Drift

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19 Sep 2017
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Species concepts: the world species has two overlapping but distinct meanings. The older meaning- a species is a taxonomic category, like genus or fami
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Automatic, Genetic Drift, Founder Effect

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19 Sep 2017
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It is estimated that 5-10 million species inhabit the earth, approximately 25% of which are beetles: species are unevenly distributed across the globe,
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UGABIOL 1108FarmerFall

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Passive Transport, Canada Lynx, Holdridge Life Zones

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19 Sep 2017
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How do we explain the diversity of life on earth?- speciation. What is the most important factor that holds a gene pool of a species together and preve
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Chapter 7-8: Nervous system study guide

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19 Sep 2017
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Ch 7 the nervous system notes lisa peck: organization of the nervous system (pp 222-224) Nervous system- the master controlling and communicating syste
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Chapter 7: chapter 7 Textbook notes for better understanding

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19 Sep 2017
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Nervous system is composed of neurons, which produce and conduct electrochemical impulse, and supporting cells, which assist the functions of the neuro
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Monoaminergic, Implicit Memory, Caudate Nucleus

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19 Sep 2017
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9/9/17 2:11 pm the brain is composed of an enormous number of association neurons and accompanying neurogila, arranged in regions and subdivision. Medu
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Endocytosis, Neurotransmission, Voltage

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19 Sep 2017
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Chapter 6 interactions between cells and the extracellular environment. Looking at what constitutes our body in the outside environment of cells- inter
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Antiporter, Neurotransmission, Resting Potential

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19 Sep 2017
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The cell main parts in the cell: cell (or plasma membrane, cytoplasm, cytosol, organelles, nucleus. Outside of the cell: the extracellular space, the c
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UGAVPHY 3100LiFall

VPHY 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cytosol, Phospholipid, Lipophilicity

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19 Sep 2017
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Chapter 1: the study of body function (p. 4-10) The feedback mechanisms: negative feedback, common regulatory mechanism for maintenance of homeostasis,
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