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Genetics & The Evolution of Life

BIOL10005 Final: H1-level Notes for Genetic & Evolution of Life

lOMoARcPSD Seemmeesster 2 Leecturre nootess All eccturess Geeneics The Evoluion OfLie (Unversiy ofMelbourne) Distributing prohibited

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BIOL10005 - Genetics & Evolution of Life Notes

Blood groups Antigen induces an immune response to occur; embedded in membrane of RBC Antibody free floating; contains antigen binding site; cause agglutination Genotype Phenotype (Blood Antigen Antibody group) A A B , B B...

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BIOL 10005 - Complete Course Notes

20022015 10:11 AM What is genetics The study of inheritance and variation What is a variation and how can it arise Variation is any difference between cells or organisms. it arises via an interaction between genes and the ...

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Biology 2 Notes (Lectures 1 – 18)

Lecture 1: Genetic variation and the genomeGENETICS AND GENOMES-Genetics: the study of variation and how (in some cases) it is inherited.-Genotype: the genetic constitution of an organism; comes from a parent if haploid (a...

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