Get 2 days of unlimited access
at University of Winnipeg

Textbook Notes for BIOLOGY at University of Winnipeg (UWINNIPEG)


UWINNIPEGBIOL-2111Nancy LoadmanFall

BIOL-2111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Shoulder Girdle, Sauropsida, Chimaera

OC1364254 Page
56
The number of species of terrestrial vertebrates reached its maximum in the middle. Miocene, 12-14 million years ago, and had declined since. Two major
View Document
UWINNIPEGBIOL-1005Human Resource MgmtFall

BIOL-1005 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Soapberry, Molecular Genetics, Geologic Time Scale

OC774094 Page
23
Bgyb51: chapter 2 (pages 37 49 and 53 65) The first scientist to give a definition of species, john ray, states that [o]ne species never springs from t
View Document
UWINNIPEGBIOL-4501ShrivastavFall

BIOL-4501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Oviduct, Tyrosine Kinase, Nuclear Membrane

OC1364254 Page
2
Preformationism- each person has little people within them. Epigenesis: individuals acquire their final forms through series of progressive changes. Ce
View Document
UWINNIPEGBIOL-1005Human Resource MgmtFall

BIOL-1005 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speciation, Synapomorphy, Monophyly

OC774092 Page
15
The evolutionary history of a group of species is called it phylogeny and a phylogenetic tree is a. Estimating evolutionary trees graphical summary of
View Document
UWINNIPEGBIOL-4501ShrivastavFall

BIOL-4501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cytokinesis, Maternal Effect, Chordin

OC1364253 Page
1
Advantages: large cells, rapid initial development, and transplantation experiments. Disadvantages: long life cycle before maturation and mutagenesis d
View Document
UWINNIPEGBIOL-4501ShrivastavFall

BIOL-4501 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lithium Chloride, Blastocoel, Polarity In Embryogenesis

OC1364252 Page
2
Advantages of using specimen: eggs and sperm spawn in high quantities, easy to grow in lab, and transparent embryos. Primordial axis established at fer
View Document
Showing 1 — 6 of 6 result

Textbook Notes (270,000)
CA (160,000)
BIOL (6)