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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Sexual Selection, Advantageous, Protein Folding

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20 Nov 2010
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes -Connective Tissue, Symporter, Carbonic Anhydrase

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13 Dec 2010
37
The solute potential (also called the osmotic potential) of a solution is a measure of the effect of dissolved solutes on the osmotic behavior of the s
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

Study Guide for Chapter 57

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19 Jul 2010
28
Human interference with different habitats and ecosystems have greatly increased the rate of extinction. An applied scientific discipline devoted to pr
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes -Conflict Theories, Victim Blaming, Microanalysis

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18 Dec 2014
35
The study of interaction between groups and individuals in human society and involves the critical examination of everyday aspects of human life. Can b
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

Study Guide for Chapter 53

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19 Jul 2010
39
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes -Negative Feedback, Blood Sugar, Somatostatin

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25 Feb 2011
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

Chapter 51 Study Guide

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27 Feb 2011
32
Chapter 51 salt and water balance and nitrogen excretion. Blood, sweat, tears taste salty because they have similar ionic concentrations as interstitia
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonSummer

bioa02 chapter 44

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26 Jun 2011
24
Glial cells do not conduct action potentials: they support neurons physically, immunologically, and metabolically. A nerve  is a bundle of axons that
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonSummer

bioa02 chapter 40

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26 Jun 2011
24
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

chapter 8

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28 Apr 2011
15
Life depends on absorption of light energy from sun not very efficient ~ 4% of light actually used. Pigments absorb light in visible spectrum (400 700n
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

Chapter 31 - Textbook

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9 Mar 2011
21
Chapter 31 animal origins & the evolution of body plans. 31. 1 what evidence indicates the animals are monophyletic. Unlike bacteria, archae, and most
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

BGYA02 - Lec2 (text+lec combined notes)

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1 Feb 2012
15
All animals need nutrients and oxygen and must eliminate carbon dioxide and other waste products of metabolism. Under suitable circumstances, cells are
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