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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Pattern Recognition Receptor, Adaptive Immune System, Innate Immune System

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5 Oct 2016
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Every organism is constantly exposed to pathogens and parasites, potentially disease causing organisms. 1st involves physical barriers that prevent the
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U WINDSORBIOL 2070tanyanoelFall

Biological Sciences 55-237 : Microorganism and Microbiology

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7 Feb 2017
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Microbiology revolves around two interconnected themes: understanding the nature and functioning of the microbial world, applying our understanding of
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U WINDSORBIOL 1101Dora CavalloWinter

Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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5 Oct 2016
4
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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U WINDSORBIOL 2040kaplanSummer

55-204 Chapter Notes -Thermodynamics, Bond Energy, Activation Energy

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13 Apr 2013
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Study of energetics of chemical rxns; there are 2 relevant forms: heat energy movement of molecules, potential energy energy stored in chemical bonds.
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U WINDSORBIOL 1101Dora CavalloWinter

Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter purple pages: Purple Pages

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5 Oct 2016
22
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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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

55-140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Mycelium, Hypha, Saprotrophic Nutrition

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5 Oct 2016
8
Fungi are heterotrophic eukaryotes that obtain carbon by breaking down organic molecules synthesized by other organisms. Fungi can be divided into 2 ba
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U WINDSORBIOL 3530SwanWinter

Biological Sciences 55-353 Chapter 10: Chapter 10.pdf

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25 Feb 2015
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The plasma membrane encloses the cell, defines its boundaries and maintains the essential differences between cytosol and extracellular environment. Th
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U WINDSORBIOL 1101Dora CavalloWinter

Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 10: Chapter 10

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5 Oct 2016
6
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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U WINDSORBIOL 3530SwanWinter

55-353 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Lactose Permease, Electrochemical Gradient, Active Transport

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25 Feb 2015
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Charged macromolecules in the cell attract counter ions. To counter this, cells pump out large amounts of ions. Animal cells are negatively charged (ne
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U WINDSORBIOL 1101Dora CavalloWinter

Biological Sciences 55-141 Chapter 14: Chapter 14

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5 Oct 2016
10
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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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 42: Chapter 42 note

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5 Oct 2016
5
Housing provides a place a place in which the embryo can develop. An escalation in parental investment is moving eggs and young inside the body. Many s
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U WINDSORBIOL 1111Dora CavalloFall

Biological Sciences 55-140 Chapter 17: Chapter 17

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5 Oct 2016
5
Chapter 17 evolution: the development of the theory. Biological evolution refers to gradual change of populations or organisms over time, measuring tim
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