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Biology
Course
BIO3102
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Winter

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Bio Key WordsLesson 1AgesofsandAnalogyBinomenBinomialnomenclatureBiogeographyCatastrophetheoryCelltheoryChronologicalpredictionCladogramCommonancestryConstancyofspeciesControlConvergentevolutionCuvierGeorgesDarwinCharlesDarwinErasmusDeductionDescentwithmodificationDivergentevolutionDomainEmpiricalobservationEssentialismEukaryotesEvolutionarytreeExtinctionFactFitnessFossilrecordGermtheoryHistoricalnarrativeHomologyHomoplasyHuxleyJulianHypothesisInductionLamarckJeanBaptisteLawLeclercGeorgeLouisBuffonLinnaeantaxonomyLinnaeusCarolusLogicalpredictionLyellCharlesMendelGregorModernbiologyNaturalsciencesNaturalselectionNullhypothesisNullhypothesisOrganicistsPasteurLouisPhysicalsciencesPhysicalistsProkaryotesProximatecausesSamplingerrorScalanaturaeSchleidenandSchwannScientificrevolutionSpecialcreationSynthetictheoryofevolutionTaxontaxaTaxonomyTheoryTransitionalformsTransmutationTransmutationofspeciesUltimatecausesUniformitariantheoryVestigialstructuresVitalistsLesson 2AdhesionArchaeaneonBiomonomersBiopolymersCarbonCentraldogmaChemicalevolutionCohesionCrystallatticeofwaterEmergenceEvaporationGeologicaltimescaleGreenhousegasesHadeaneonHydrogenbondHydrophilicHydrophobicHydrothermalventsInterstellarorganiccompoundsInterstellarspacedustMicellesMillerexperimentNonpolarcompoundPanspermiaPhanerozoiceonPolarcompoundPrebioticsoupProteinsfirsthypothesisProterozoiceonProtocellsReducingatmosphereRNAworldSpecificheatSpontaneousoriginsSurfacetensionSurfactantVesiclesVolcanicoutgassingMIDTERM1Lesson 3AerobicAnaerobicAntibioticresistanceArchaeaATPsythetasesynthaseAutotrophBacillusbacteriaBacteriaEubacteriaBacterialflagellumBacteriophageBinaryfissionCapsuleCellularrespirationCelluloseChemolithoheterotrophChemolithotrophsChemoorganoheterotrophsChemoorganotrophsChitinCirculargenomeCoccalbacteriaConjugationCyanobacteriaDaughtercellElectrondonorElectronreceptorElectrontransportchainEukaryotaExtremophilesFermentationFlagellarhookFlagellarmotorFnegativeandFpostivebacteriaGramnegativebacteriaGramPositivebacteriaHalophilesHeterotrophHorizontalgenetransferLithotrophsMethanogensMoneraNitrogenfixationNucleoidOxidizedPathogenPenicillinPeptidoglycanPeriplasmPhotoheterotrophsPhotosynthesisPhototrophsPilliPlasmidProkaryoteProtongradientsRedoxpairReducedRibosomeSpirochetebacteriaStromatolitesThermophilesTransductionTransformationLecture 492organizationAlternationofgenerationsAmeboidAmoeboidmovementAntibodyAntigenArcheaAsexualreproductionBacteriaEubacteriaBacteriophageBasalbodyBikontCapsidproteinCellularglidingCentrioleCentrosomesChloroplastCiliaCirrusplcirriContractilevacuoleCytoskeletonDiploidDiplonticDyeninmolecularmotorEctoplasmEndomembranesystemEndoplasmEndosymbiosisEnvelopedvirusEpidemicEukaryaFlagellumFormylmethioneGametocyteGametophyteHaploidHaplonticHistoneproteinsHostImmunesystemKynesinmolecularmotorLatentviralphaseLysogenicreplicationLyticreplicationMacronucleusMalariaMeiosisMerozoiteMetachronalwaveMethionineMicronucleusMicrotubulesMitochondriaMitosisMyosinmolecularmotorNonenvelopedvirusNuclearenvelopeOperongenesPandemicParasitePeptidoglycanPhagePhytoplanktonPlanarflagellarbeatPlanktonPlasmodiumPlastidPrimaryconsumersPrimaryendosymbiosisPrimaryproducersPrionsProterozoicProtistaPseudopodPseudopodiumReversetranscriptaseRNApolymerasesimpleandcomplexSecondaryendosymbiosisSexualreproductionSpiralflagellarbeatSporeSporophyteSporozoiteTrophozoiteTubulinTubulindimersUnikontVaccineVirionViroidsVirusZooplanktonZygoteLecture 5AcoelomateAlgalmatsAmebocyteArcheocyteAssymetricbodyplanBilateralsymmetrybodyplanBivalveBlastoporeBlastulaBryozoaBurgessShalefossilsCambrianCambrianburrowersCambrianexplositionCambrianswimmersCarnivoresCephalizationCephalopodChoanocyteChoanodermChoanoflagellateCnidariaCnidocyteCoelomformationCoelomateColonialchoanoflagellateCoralsDepositSubstratefeedersDetritivoresDeuterostomeDiploblasticDoushantuofossilsEctodermEctoparasitesEdiacaranfossilsEdiacaranperiodEndOrdovicianextinctionEndodermEndoparasitesEnterocoelEpidermisFilterfeederGastrodermisGastropodGastrozooidGastrulaGonozooidHerbivoresHermaphroditeHomeoticgenesHomeoticmutantsHoxgenesHydrostaticskeletonLophophoreMassfeedersMedusaMesodermMesodermformationMesogleaMolluscOmnivoresOnycophoraOrdovicianperiodPinacodermPlatyhelminthesPolychaetePolypPoriferaPredatorsProtostomePseudocoelomateRadialcleavageRadialsymmetrybodyplanRadulaReefsSchizocoelSeminalreceptacleSeminalvesicleSlushballearthSnowballearthSpiralcleavageSpongesSpongocoelSuspensionfeedersTranscriptionfactorsTriploblasticTubefeetWatervascularsystemAlist unfamiliar NONHIGHLIGHTED Blist familiar ALL HIGHLIGHTED WORDSWORDSAges of Sand Adams way to look at Binomial nonmenclature system of periods of innovation naming species genus species1sand in the form of glass was Common ancestry Darwinian theory ground to form lenses to allow when 2 or more species share a common humankind to observe the origin evidence of this includes universe scientific revolutioncomparative anatomy comparative telescopeembryology vestigial structures biogeography and molecules 2use of lenses to view smaller world microscopeConvergent evolution homoplasy analogous different structures but same 3silicabased computer chip function between species enables access to technology data biological models etcCharles Darwin developed 5 theories 4glass in fiberoptic cables 1No constancy of species fossils allowing transmission of dataextinction transitional forms vestigial structuresAnalogy structural or behavioural similarity in terms of functions between 2Common ancestryunrelated speciesorganisms but do NOT 3Gradual changeshare a common ancestor 4Multiplication of speciesBinomen a scientific name at the rank of species with 2 terms written in italics since 5Natural selectionit is in a different language latin Divergent evolution homology similar Biogeography the study of the
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