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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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In the mid 1600s, robert hooke, curator of instruments for the royal society of. England, was the forefront of studies applying the newly invented ligh
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter purple pages: Purple Pages

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About 500 years ago, in europe, people began to understand that direct observation is the most reliable and productive way to study natural phenomena.
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 10: Chapter 10

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Gregor mendel"s experiments with garden peas, performed 1860s, provided the rst answers to these questions. Mendel was an augustinian monk who lived in
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 14: Chapter 14

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Fran ois jacob and jacques monod of the pasteur institute in pairs proposed the operon model for the control of the expression of genes for lactose met
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 11: Chapter 11

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If mendel had extended hiss study to additional characters, he would have discovered exceptions to his principle, which makes sense considering organis
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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Photosynthesis: the use of light energy to convert co2 into organic compounds such as carbohydrates. Because they don"t need to import already formed o
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 13: Chapter 13

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He studied alkaptonuria, a human disease that does little harm but is detected easily by the fact that a patients urine turns black when exposed to oxy
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 5: Chapter 5

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5 Oct 2016
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Cystic fibrosis is one of the most common genetic diseases. It affects approximately 1 in 3900 children born in canada. People with cf suffer from a pr
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 4: Chapter 4

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5 Oct 2016
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Earth is a cold place at least when it comes to chemical reactions. Life cannot survive at the high temperatures routinely used in industry for chemica
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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5 Oct 2016
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We can define cellular respiration as the collection of metabolic reactions within cells that breaks down food molecules and uses the liberated free en
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 12: Chapter 12

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Experiments began when griffith found a substance that could. In 1928, grif th, a british medical of cer, observed an interesting phenomenon in his exp
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Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 9: Chapter 9

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Genetic recombination requires the following: 2 dna molecules that differ from one another, a mechanism for bringing the dna molecules close together,
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