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Biology 1202B Midterm: 1202B Biology Midterm 1 Study Notes

find more resources at oneclass.com 1202B Biology Midterm 1 Cycle 1 Lecture 2: Cell Structure and Function The Cell Theory states; 1. All living organisms are made of one or ...

Biology
Biology 1202B
Niki Sharan
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Somatic Cell, Lac Repressor, Dna Microarray
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Cycle 5 Explain why an understanding of the structure of the DNA as the hereditary molecule was important in later related work. Although proteins, with 20 amino acids, provide a more logical sense Combinations of the 4 nu...

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Biology 1202B
Dr. Patrick McDonald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Osmosis, Organelle, Active Transport
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Cycle 1 (Cell Membranes and Signaling) Describe the structure and common components of eukaryotic membranes. o Lipids form the lipid bilayers of the membrane (foundation) o Glycolipidsglycoproteins: carbohydrate groups lin...

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Biology 1202B
Dr. Patrick McDonald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Unsaturated Fat, Lipid Bilayer, Golgi Apparatus
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Bio midterm review Chapter 1 - 3 domains of life: Bacteria, Archaea, Eukarya - Cell theory: o All cells are made up of cells o All cells come from previews cells o Cells are the basic unit of life - ...

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Biology 1202B
Tom Haffie
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Phosphofructokinase, Cellular Respiration
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For exam Why are eukaryotic cells able to grow larger than prokaryotic cells? o They can create more energy because they have more room to do oxidative phosphorylation (in the mitochondria) o It needs a membrane to do oxi...

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Biology 1202B
Tom Haffie
Biology 1202B Final: Outcomes Cycles 5+6+7+8

CYCLE 5 OUTCOMES Explain why an understanding of the structure of the DNA as the hereditary molecule was important in later related work. before scientists believed that proteins were hereditary molecules DNA is the gene...

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Biology 1202B
Patrick Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Reading Frame, Thymus, Sister Chromatids
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Biology 1202 Cycle Outcomes list Has anyone made a layout of how everything interconnects? We should make one connecting the concepts in test 1, test 2, and the final -aint nobuddie got time fa that Cycle 1 Membrane ...

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Biology 1202B
Patrick Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rubisco, Carbonic Anhydrase, Conjugated System
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CYCLE 1 - MEMBRAMES: TRANSPORT AND SIGNALLING 1. Describe the structure and common components of eukaryotic membranes. • The plasma membrane is the outer limit of the cytoplasm • It is responsible for regula...

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Biology 1202B
Patrick Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Allergen, Antigenic Variation, Pattern Recognition Receptor
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- It is the primary line of defence - It makes many membranous areas of the body hostile for pathogens - Consists of skin, mucous membranes and cilia - It secretes lysozymes that are lethal to bacteria 4. Describe how hu...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Mutation Rate, Veterinary Virology, Cell Membrane
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4. Describe the impacts of viruses on humans, other animals, and plants. Animal Viruses Plant Viruses  Similar to how they infect bacteria  Some contain ...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plasmid, Oncogene, Rna Interference
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Repressor is synthesized in active form  When tryptophan is present, it binds to the repressor and activates it, which Operon is inducible by allolactose ...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Haplotype, Encode, Y Chromosome
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80 of the human genome is functional. 20000 genes represent 6x the amount of coding proteins while of the human genome is transcribed which are functioning in the same way as an RNA molecule. 4. Explain the reason for the ...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Restriction Enzyme, Genomic Library, Hybridization Probe
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Essential Outcomes – DNA Technologies and Applications 1. Describe, in general terms, how a fragment of genomic DNA can be cloned and expressed in E. coli. 1) Isolate DNA containing the gene of interest. 2) Cut circular p...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
[Biology 1202B] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 239 pages long Study Guide!
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[Biology 1202B] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 2 – Membranes and Transport Membranes...

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Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald
Biology 1202B Midterm: Cycle 4 Essential Outcomes - Cellular Respiration
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Stage 2 Pyruvate Oxidation and the Citric Acid Cycle Some NADH and ATP are also synthesized Pyruvate Oxidation Pyruvate is oxidized and forms AcetylCoA Citric Acid Cycle AcetylCoA enters the Citric Acid Cycle and is ox...

Biology
Biology 1202B
Jennifer Mc Donald

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