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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Axillary Bud, Phenotypic Plasticity, Root System

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14 Oct 2013
42
The vascular plant body consists of (1) a root system that anchors the individual and absorbs water and key ions, and (2) a shoot system that absorbs c
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 37: Water Potential, Potential Gradient, Root Pressure

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6 Dec 2011
32
Water loss is a side effect of photosynthesis. Air in surrounding dryer than leaf (>100 humidity) Water moves passively, differences in potential energ
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Oxaloacetic Acid, Atp Synthase, Cell Membrane

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19 Oct 2013
27
1890s- hans and edward buchner added sucrose( used as preservative) to yeast extract. Instead preserving yeast extract, sucrose was broken down and fer
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Starch, Cell Potency, Transpiration

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11 Sep 2013
22
Plants exhibit indeterminate growth that means they keep on growing throughout their lives. Plants use light energy (photons), co2 from air and water (
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Chlorophyll, Heliobacteria, Rubisco

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7 Feb 2014
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes -Meristem, Axillary Bud, Phenotypic Plasticity

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14 Oct 2013
28
The vascular plant body consists of (1) a root system that anchors the individual and absorbs water and key ions, and (2) a shoot system that absorbs c
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Herbaceous Plant, Root Cap, Meristem

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6 Dec 2011
27
Water transported up, sugars transported in both directions. Herbaceous plant: lacks wood and short lived stem. Lateral roots: more horizontal and stem
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BIO203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Atp Hydrolysis, Transfer Rna, Reading Frame

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17 Dec 2013
18
Enzymes are not only regulated by the binding of small molecules. Regulation a protein activity by protein phosphorylation; attaching a phosphate group
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