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UWBIOL130Heidi EngelhardtFall

BIOL130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Theodor Schwann, Robert Hooke, Cell Theory

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UWBIOL130Dragana MiskovicWinter

BIOL130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endosome, Membrane Transport Protein, Cell Membrane

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Oxford tutorial question: you are an amino acid in the lumen of the small intestine. You are looking at transporter proteins protruding from the apical
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UWBIOL239Christine DupontWinter

BIOL239 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dihybrid Cross, Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency

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Phenotype - observable characteristic (largely determined by genotype). Monohybrid cross matings between individuals that only differ in one trait. All
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UWBIOL303Dragana MiskovicWinter

BIOL 303 - ALL study questions.docx

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We hope you have achieved your goals and learned valuable from this course. Link to biol 208 google doc from spring term. Link to biol 308 google doc f
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UWBIOL308Bruce WolffFall

Biol308 Entire Study Questions that you will need to know

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Isolate genomic clone, sequence it, and determine amino acid sequence. This sequence can be compared with that of the healthy organisms to deduce prote
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UWBIOL130Bryce PickardFall

Biology 130 Study notes These are notes I took while studying.

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What are the three strands that make up cell biology. Viruses- are bits of nucleic acids with a protein coat, inert outside cells. Virods r circular rn
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UWBIOL273Bruce WolffWinter

BIOL273 Study Guide - Final Guide: Resting Potential, Membrane Potential, Dendritic Cell

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The methods of communicating through the cell: nervous system, endocrine system. The cytoplasm of the nerve cells has a negative charge in comparison t
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UWBIOL273LBruce WolffWinter

BIOL273L Study Guide - Final Guide: Resting Potential, Lumbriculus Variegatus, Oscilloscope

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Lab #1: generation of electrical potentials by an artifical. Hans ussing chamber permeable to cations like na+ and k+ but not anions like. V=0. 199*t*l
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UWBIOL308Dragana MiskovicFall

BIOL308 Final: Biol 308 questions & answers.pdf

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UWBIOL240Josh NeufeldFall


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UWBIOL273LVivian DayehWinter

BIOL273L Quiz: Bio 273L Quiz Questions Lab #1-5

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Na+ and k+ move through the membrane and anions like cl and i- cannot move in the using chamber. In the living neuron, na+ cannot freely move through t
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UWBIOL273LBruce WolffSpring

BIOL273L Study Guide - Final Guide: Cerebral Hypoxia, Valsalva Maneuver, Surface Tension

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Generation of electrical potentials by an artifical membrane. Rmp arises because the cell membrane is more permeable to some ions than others. Na+ more
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