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U OF CBIOL 241Robert Allan Edwards, Kenneth Kai- Sing Ng, Mary Reid, William Huddleston, Peter F.DunfieldFall

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40.1-40.2: Glycogen, Cellular Respiration, Glycerol

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3 Nov 2016
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Nearly all three animals rely on three main classes of a molecule as sources of energy for growth and development: carbohydrates, fats, proteins. These
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter First Midterm: Francesco Redi, Louis Pasteur, Energy Transformation

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29 Nov 2017
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Characteristics of chemical life: complexity w/ precise spatial organization on several scales, ability to change in response to envro, ability to repr
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonWinter

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Protein Folding, Amine, Hydrophile

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8 Jul 2017
0
In the environment of a cell, where the ph is in the range 7. 35 7. 45 (called physiological ph), the amino group gains a proton to become and the carb
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonWinter

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40: Anaerobic Glycolysis, Cellular Respiration, Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption

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8 Jul 2017
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonFall

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reversible Reaction, Gibbs Free Energy, Kinetic Energy

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5 Mar 2016
100
Organisms that capture energy from sunlight are called phototrophs. I. e. plants use sunlight to convert co2 and water into 02 and glucose. Other organ
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U OF CBIOL 243Yvonne MartinWinter

Complete Theme 4A Textbook + Lecture Notes

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19 Apr 2014
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonWinter

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Chemical Energy, Adenosine Triphosphate, Potential Energy

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8 Jul 2017
0
An overview of metabolism: organisms have two ways of harvesting energy from their environment and two sources of carbon. Together, this means that the
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U OF CBIOL 243Steven Michael VamosiWinter

BIOL 243 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Species Problem, Ecological Niche, Reproductive Isolation

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5 Apr 2015
56
Key concept: species are reproductively isolated from one another. Species are capable of changing, giving rise through evolution to new species. Same
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaFall

BIOL 243 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Glycerol, Digestive Enzyme, Allolactose

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6 Dec 2017
0
Ch a p te r 19 no te s. S e ction 19. 1: chroma tin to me s s e nge r rna in euka ryote s. Dna in e uka ryote s is pa cka ge d a s chroma tin, a comple
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U OF CBIOL 243Gordon ChuaFall

BIOL 243 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Phosphodiester Bond, Ammonia, Amine

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6 Dec 2017
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonWinter

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Photosynthetic Pigment, Light-Independent Reactions, Accessory Pigment

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8 Jul 2017
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U OF CBIOL 241William HuddlestonWinter

BIOL 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Acetyl-Coa, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Cellular Respiration

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8 Jul 2017
0
Cellular respiration uses chemical energy stored in molecules such as carbohydrates and lipids to produce atp: Cellular respiration is a series of cata
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