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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intracellular Parasite, Reverse Transcriptase, Body Fluid

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10 Sep 2018
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1. 1 the natural history of the hiv epidemic. Aids was recognized in 1981 in the us. Hiv was the virus that was responsible for aids. A new hiv infecti
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Microevolution, Common Descent, Special Creation

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15 Sep 2018
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Before charles darwin published on the origin of species, special creation was the leadi(cid:374)g e(cid:454)pla(cid:374)atio(cid:374) for (cid:449)her
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BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Genetic Drift, Mendelian Inheritance, Zygosity

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2 Oct 2018
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Mendelian genetics in populations ii: migration, drift, & non-random. Migration: an evolutionary sense; the movement of alleles between populations. It
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Florida Panther, Genetic Drift, Extinction Vortex

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2 Oct 2018
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The final assumption of the hw analysis is that individuals in the population mate at random. Non-random mating does not, by itself, cause evolution. B
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Directional Selection, Disruptive Selection, Stabilizing Selection

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24 Sep 2018
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Ed(cid:373)u(cid:374)d brodie"s study (cid:373)o(cid:374)itored the survival of several hu(cid:374)dred individually marked juvenile garter snakes. He
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BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Genotype Frequency, Population Genetics, Allele Frequency

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25 Sep 2018
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First on the list of assumptions about our idealized population was that all individuals survive at equal rates and contribute equal numbers of gametes
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mendelian Inheritance, Population Genetics, Genotype Frequency

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25 Sep 2018
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Mendelian genetics in populations i: selection and mutation. Population genetics integrates evolution by natural selection with mendelian genetics. The
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Genetic Variation, Adenine, Phenotypic Plasticity

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24 Sep 2018
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Much of the structure of living things is provided by proteins. Different cells are distinguished by the proteins they make. The genetic material in al
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Reverse Transcriptase, Gene Duplication, Prophase

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24 Sep 2018
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New alleles arise from alterations to existing alleles. Mutations to new alleles can influence phenotypes if they alter the expression and/or function
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UWBIOL359Matthew HrycyshynFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Heritability, Selective Breeding

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18 Sep 2018
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Darwin studied the mechanism of evolution under domestication. To increase the frequency of desirable traits in their stocks, plant and animal breeders
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BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Allele Frequency, Exaptation, Medium Ground Finch

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18 Sep 2018
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Postulate 3: do individuals vary in their success at surviving and reproducing: in most populations, some individuals that survive to breed do better a
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BIOL359 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Uniformitarianism, Absolute Dating, Intron

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15 Sep 2018
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2. 4 evidence of common ancestry: all life-forms are related. Most genes in the human genome consist of small coding bits, or exons, separated by nonco
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