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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Molecular Clock, Gene Duplication, Archosaur

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The combination of birds and crocodiles into one taxonomic group is archosauria. Determining the classification of organisms is now based on molecular
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter 14: MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA

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Mendel discovered the basic principles of heredity by breeding garden peas in carefully planned experiments. He chose pea plants because they express m
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism, Neanderthal Genome Project, Homeobox

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Comparing genome sequences from different species reveals the evolutionary history. Comparing the genetic programs that direct embryonic development te
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: James Hutton, Antimicrobial Resistance, Biogeography

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He concluded that life form could be arranged on a ladder, from the least complex to the most complex. He proposed the law of catatrophrism, in that a
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Conifer Cone, Systems Biology, Bioinformatics

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26 Oct 2018
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Some lodgepole pines produce seed cones that are adapted to fire and are sealed with a hard resin. These will only open when exposed to hot temperature
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: Neoproterozoic, Homeobox, Cambrian Explosion

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Animals have a variety of proteins external to the cell membrane that provide structural support to animal cells and connect them to one another. In mo
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Asexual Reproduction, Nuclear Membrane, Centromere

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The transmission of traits from one generation to the next is called inheritance, or heredity. Genetics is the scientific study of heredity and heredit
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter 30: PLANT DIVERSITY 2

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Plants have adaptations such as seeds, reduced gametophytes, heterospory, and pollen. Mosses and other bryophytes have dominant gametophytes while fern
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BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Gastrovascular Cavity, Mesohyl, Hydrostatic Skeleton

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Animals in the phylum porifera are known as sponges. Sponges are suspension feeders because they capture food suspended in the water that passes throug
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Species, Allopatric Speciation, Sympatric Speciation

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Speciation is the the process by which one species splits into two or more species. Microevolution is the change in allele frequencies. Macroevolution
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Non-Vascular Plant, Fern, Lycopodiopsida

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26 Oct 2018
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Researchers have identified green algae called charophytes as the closest relative to land plants. The molecular and morphological evidence is as follo
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U OF ABIOL108Cynthia FriedmanFall

BIOL108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Gram Staining, Negative Stain, Gram-Negative Bacteria

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26 Oct 2018
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The first organisms that showed up on earth 3. 5 billion years ago were the prokaryotes. Prokaryotes are unicellular, smaller than eukaryotic cells as
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