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General Biology I

Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nuclear Membrane, Cell Membrane, Nuclear Pore
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Chapter 2 Hooke gave name cell in 1600s Brown observed nucleus through microscope in 1820s Virchow proposed cell division Three domains of life; bacteria, archea, eukarya All cells bounded by plasma membrane Bilayer of li...

Biology
Biology 1201A
Vera Tai
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Genetic Recombination, Sister Chromatids, Covalent Bond

Chapter 9: Genetic Recombination 9.1 Mechanism of Genetic Recombination - Genetic recombination requires: o 2 DNA molecules that differ from one another o a mechanism for bringing the DNA ...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chromosome Segregation, Dna Replication, G2 Phase

Chapter 8: Cell cycles: 8.1 The Cycle of Cell Growth and Division: An Overview - all life on earth is composed of cells and their products - if cells divide too quickly, daughter cells may be too small or lac...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Chromosome, Chromatin, Sex Linkage

Chapter 11: Genes, Chromosomes, and Human Genetics 11.1 Genetic Linkage and Recombination - linkage map of chromosomes- shows the relative location of genes - recombinant offspring frequencies allow the gen...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Nucleic Acid Double Helix, Bacteriophage, Phosphodiester Bond

Chapter 12: DNA Structure, Replication, and Organization 12.1 Establishing DNA as the Hereditary Molecule - Proteins contain 20 types of amino acids - Nucleic acids only have four different nitrogenous bases a...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Punnett Square, Gynoecium, Gamete

Chapter 10: Mendel, Genes and Inheritance Character- flower - passed on as genes Trait- purple flower, white flower (colour) - Mendel Chose True-Breeding Garden Peas for His Experiments -could be grown easi...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Non-Coding Rna, Functional Genomics, Intron

Chapter 16: Genomes and Proteomes 16.1 Genomics: An Overview - Genomics: characterization of whole genomes including structure (sequence), function and evolution - Consist of 3 main areas of study. ...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter 17: Chapter 17

Chapter 17: Evolution: The development of the theory 17.1 Evolution: what is it? Biological evolution refers to gradual change of populations or organisms over time New species form and others go extinct o Ongoing evolut...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter 18: Chapter 18

Chapter 18: Microevolution changes within populations 18.1 Variation in natural populations Microevolution: change in frequencies of alleles or heritable phenotypic variants in a population over time. Population: include...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stop Codon, Start Codon, Genetic Code

Chapter 13: Gene Structures and Expression 13.1 The Connection between DNA, RNA and Protein 13.1b The Pathway from Gene to Polypeptide Involves Transcription and Translation Transcription: Cells copy gene sequence into mR...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8-18: Spindle Checkpoint, Sister Chromatids, G2 Phase

Biology 1201A Raquel Moses Textbook Notes Chapter 8: Cell cycles: 8.1 The Cycle of Cell Growth and Division: An Overview - all life on...

Biology
Biology 1201A
haffey
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Species Problem, European Mantis, Macroevolution

Chapter 19 Species and Macroevolution 19.1 What is a Species? Species: A population of organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring One species should be genetically diff from an...

Biology
Biology 1201A
Jennifer Waugh
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Takifugu Rubripes, Desert Locust, Methanosarcina Acetivorans

Chapter 16 Genomes and Proteomes 16.2b Genome Landscapes Vary Markedly in Size, Gene Number and Gene Density Since many genomes are now sequenced, researcher can compare them to learn about genome sizes, ...

Biology
Biology 1201A
Jennifer Waugh
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Snow Goose, Genotype Frequency, Allele Frequency

Chapter 18 Microevolution: Changes within Populations The evolution of humpback whales is an example of microevolution o A change in frequencies of alleles or heritable phenotypic variants in a ...

Biology
Biology 1201A
Jennifer Waugh
Biology 1201A Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Viral Envelope, Influenza Vaccine, 1918 Flu Pandemic

Chapter 23 Viruses, Viroids, and Prions Infectious Biological Particles At any given time, 5 to 15% of the global population of people exhibits the symptoms of influenza Colin Russell of Cambridge Uni...

Biology
Biology 1201A
Jennifer Waugh

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