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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Abbot Patrick, Julian HillyerSpring

BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Reference Group, Dont, Drosophila Melanogaster

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# and type of ptc alleles determined if you are a taster or not: more aav = more likely to be non-taster. Molecular clock hypothesis = set the clock by
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BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sister Chromatids, Gamete, Dystonia

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Thermoregulation: balancing heat loss and gain: insulation a. i. Can often be adjusted to thermoregulate can be rapid or seasonal a. ii. 1. a. ii. 2. S
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BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tandem Repeat, Wild Type, Copy-Number Variation

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It takes one generation of random mating to randomize alleles. Can have phenotypic diversity without any genetic diversity: environment can cause diffe
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BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thrombus, Myeloid Tissue, Pulmonary Vein

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Plants: know greening response / de-etiolation. Mainly light stimulates phytochrome cgmp protein kinase txn factors turned on for greening: auxin works
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[BSCI 1511] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (25 pages long!)

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G protein functions as molecular switch that is either on or off depending if gdp or. When gdp is bound, g protein is inactive. Receptor and g protein
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BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adenylyl Cyclase, Guanylyl Cyclase, Anterior Pituitary

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BSCI 1511 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adenylyl Cyclase, Guanylyl Cyclase, Thyrotropin Receptor

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G protein functions as molecular switch that is either on or off depending if gdp or. When gdp is bound, g protein is inactive. Receptor and g protein
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