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TRENTBIOL 2050susanyatesWinter

BIOL 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Kinetochore, Zygote, Microtubule

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Genetic material must possess 4 important characteristics: 1) genetic material must contain complex information. 8. 2 all genetic info is encoded in th
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 9: Module 8 - DNA Replication

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3 Mar 2017
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 3-4: Module 4 - Pedigree Analysis and Sex Linkage

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15 Feb 2017
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3. 5 geneticists often use pedigrees to study the inheritance of human characteristics. Pedigree a pictorial representation of a family history, essent
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BIOL 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18 (18.1-18.3): Equilibrium Point, Selection Coefficient, Population Bottleneck

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30 Mar 2017
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18. 1 genotypic and allelic frequencies are used to describe the gene pool of a population. Genetic variation is the basis of all evolution, and the ex
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BIOL 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14, 15.1: Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism, Plasmid, Zinc Finger Nuclease

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11 Apr 2017
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14. 1 molecular techniques are used to isolate, recombine, and amplify genes. Recombinant dna technology: set of molecular techniques for locating, iso
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 13: Module 10 - Gene Mutations

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7 Mar 2017
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BIOL 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Regulator Gene, Chromatin, Polyadenylation

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7 Mar 2017
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Genes and regulatory elements: structural genes, encode proteins that are used in metabolism or biosynthesis or play a structural role in cell, regulat
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 3: Module 3 - Mendelian Genetics

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15 Feb 2017
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3. 1 gregor mendel discovered the basic principles of heredity. Used the pea plant pisum sativum bc it was: easy to cultivate, had it in his garden, pe
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 4: Module 5 - Extension of Basic Concepts

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15 Feb 2017
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4. 3 additional factors at a single locus can affect the results of genetic crosses. Dominance although an individual organism possesses two diff allel
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 10: Module 8 - Transcription

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4 Mar 2017
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10. 1 rna, a single strand of ribonucleotides, participates in a variety of cellular function. The structure of rna polymer made of nucleotides joined
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 6: Module 6 - Chromosomal Variation

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15 Feb 2017
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6. 1 chromosome mutations include rearrangements, aneuploidy, and polyploidy. Each eukaryotic chromosome has a centromere, to which spindle microtubule
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BIOL 2050 Chapter 2: Module 2 - Mitosis:Meiosis

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15 Feb 2017
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2. 1 prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ in a number of genetic characteristics. Prokaryote: unicellular organism, simple cell structure. Eukaryote
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