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CARLETONBIOL 1103Iain LambertFall

BIOL 1103 Chapter Notes - Chapter (lab): Amylose, Reagent, Vacuole

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CARLETONBIOL 1902John HaleSummer

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes -Swallowtail Butterfly, Painted Turtle, Zoology

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CARLETONBIOL 2600Nigel WalthoFall

BIOL 2600 Chapter Notes -Aposematism, Kleptoparasitism, Allelopathy

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CARLETONBIOL 2600Nigel WalthoFall

BIOL 2600 Chapter Notes -Silt, Symbiodinium, Hypolimnion

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CARLETONBIOL 1103Iain LambertFall

BIOL 1103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Centriole, Fibronectin, Autophagy

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The cell is the fundamental and most basic unit of life. Cells are studied by using high powered microscopes. Cell fractionation: taking cells apart an
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: American Bittern, Countershading, Sensory System

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Week 1 3 - introduction - staying alive (chapter one: behavioural and chemical defences of animals continued. Darker) (i. e. whirligigs, ) (countershad
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CARLETONBIOL 1103Iain LambertFall

BIOL 1103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Electronegativity, Intermembrane Space, Fumaric Acid

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Fermentation: the partial degradation of sugars or other fuels without using oxygen. Aerobic respiration: catabolic pathway where oxygen is used along
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CARLETONBIOL 2104Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

BIOL 2104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Scute, South Carolina Highway 6, Eye Color

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The exact linkage map position of a mutation is used to analyze a genetic locus. I hypothesize that one allele will only be found in the center of the
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CARLETONBIOL 1103Iain LambertFall

BIOL 1103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Pentose, Guanine, Deoxyribose

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3 of the 4 macromolecules form in long chains called polymers linked by covalent bonds. The building blocks of polymers are called monomers and can hav
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CARLETONBIOL 1103Iain LambertFall

BIOL 1103 Chapter Notes - Chapter (lab): Elodea, Archaea, Prokaryote

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The cell is the basic unit of life which supports all living organisms. The two main types of cells are eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Eukaryotic cells co
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Musk, Quills, Eastern Newt

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CARLETONBIOL 2201Mohsen HooshyarFall

BIOL 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2,5,6,7: Deoxyribonucleoside, Amine, Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology

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Cells are enormously diverse in their chemical requirements because some require oxygen to live whereas to others gas is deadly. Difference in size, sh
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