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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Lecture 6: Notes 9.27

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Compare and contrast in mitochondrial/ er import: signal sequences are n-terminus, protein is unfolded when imported (single stranded, must fold in org
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Chromosome, Dna Replication, Restriction Point

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Question 1: explain how cdk activation in g1 leads to commitment to the cell cycle (the. Restriction point aka r in vertebrates aka start in yeast). Be
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nuclear Membrane, Ionic Bonding, Protein Folding

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Please type your responses and submit in hard copy. In analyzing differences between star squash players and armchair warriors, you have discovered a p
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tubulin, Kinesin, Microscope Slide

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Dynamic instability causes microtubules either to grow or to shrink rapidly. A microtubule in its shrinking phase has lost its gtp cap and the tubulins
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Long Non-Coding Rna, Operon, Activation Energy

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Ligand anything that interacts with protein: protein binding pocket (lock and key method, protein surface, noncovalent bonds between interactions weake
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrolysis, Chromosome, Gtpase

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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 285Laura FrancisFall

BIOLOGY 285 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Arginine, Hydrophobic Effect, Ice Pack

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16 Nov 2020
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Question 1 draw two amino acids sitting side by side unbonded, then draw them with a peptide bond connecting them. Two amino acids connect through a de
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Zygosity

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16 Nov 2020
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Reserve 2: we"ve seen the effects of a single large population and multiple small populations. I wanted to see if multiple, connected large populations
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Final Guide: Facial Symmetry, Mate Choice, Symmetry In Biology

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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Apical Ectodermal Ridge, Limb Development, Gastrulation

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Describe some general features of animal design and diversification. One general feature of animal design is modularity, or the construction of repeati
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hybrid Speciation, Heteroneura, Reproductive Isolation

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16 Nov 2020
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Describe, in as much detail as you can, some evidence that allopatric divergence can lead to partial reproductive isolation. Partial reproductive isola
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Final Guide: Background Extinction Rate, Shocked Quartz, Pioneer Species

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The event of extinction caused there to be a continual turnover of species where every million years, an average of 25% of species go extinct (called t
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Midterm: Review 7_done

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Provide a general definition and two more specific definitions that attempt to specify more precisely the meaning of the general definition. Specifical
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Final: Review 10_done

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Secondary endosymbiosis, in the history of life, is where a cell created by endosymbiosis will be a symbiote to another cell. Most of the results produ
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Midterm: Review 6_done

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Describe the logic underlying trivers" theory that anisogamy (and more broadly asymmetrical parental investment) results in sexual selection. Anisogamy
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inbreeding Depression, Gene Flow, Population Bottleneck

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An equilibrium (non-evolving) population is an imaginary concept in which no evolution occurs in a population. The allele frequencies, and therefore ge
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Molecular Clock, Paraphyly, Genetic Drift

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List some traditional named taxa that are actually unnatural (paraphyletic) groups. A monophyletic group, or clade, are all of the taxa species that ar
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Final: Review 12_done

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The earliest evidence of culture are tools because somebody needs to teach the craft so others can imitate it. The earliest evidence of tools was the o
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Age Of Enlightenment, James Ussher, Robert Hooke

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Describe both the overall pattern and the process. By a general definition, evolution can be described the process by which the genetic make-up of a po
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Missense Mutation, Mutation Rate, Heritability

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Compare and contrast directional selection, stabilizing selection, and disruptive selection. In directional selection, one trait is favored over anothe
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 280Bruce ByersFall

BIOLOGY 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Megabat, Bacillus Thuringiensis, Daphne Major

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It comes after natural selection where the most fit organisms are able to pass their traits to the next generations. In an ecosystem, there may be a va
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 283Rosa MoscarellaFall

BIOLOGY 283 Lecture 18: Problem Set 3

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Problem set 3: in the late 1800s, mendel defined two fundamental laws of transmission genetics; these were subsequently used to establish chromosome th
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 283Rosa MoscarellaFall

BIOLOGY 283 Lecture 7: Problem Set 2

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Problem set 2: eukaryotic genes can be introduced into bacteria by recombinant dna techniques. If the introduced gene encodes a protein that is also fo
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 283Rosa MoscarellaFall

BIOLOGY 283 Lecture 16: Ethics paper

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When he jiankui, a scientist from the southern university of science and technology in. Shenzhen, announced his so-called success of germline editing o
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UMASS-AMHERSTBIOLOGY 283Rosa MoscarellaFall

BIOLOGY 283 Lecture 3: Problem Set 1

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Problem set 1: in class, i presented a timeline highlighting important landmarks in the research to determine the nature of the genetic material and th
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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Phoneme, Vocal Folds, Language Delay

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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Romanian Orphans, Primitive Reflexes, Psych

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Motor: name and describe examples of reflexes that are present at birth (particularly ones mentioned in lecture). Survival reflexes: serve obvious phys
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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Midterm: Exam_1_Review_Sheet

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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Chapter 2: Ch. 2_Prenatal Development and the Newborn Period

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2 prenatal development and the newborn period. Drugs: pregnant women, including those who think they are, should take medications under the supervision
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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Diffusion Mri, Dyslexia, Electromagnet

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UMASS-AMHERSTPSYCH 350Erik CheriesFall

PSYCH 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Industrial Revolution, Meta-Analysis, Frontal Lobe

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Reasons to learn about children development: understanding how children develop can improve child rearing, promote the adoption of wiser social policie
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