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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

Chapter 4 - Respiration and Photosynthesis.docx

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ribose, Surgical Suture, Ionic Bonding

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7 Dec 2014
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Learning objectives: describe the importance of chemical elements to living organisms and relate major principles of chemistry to the study of biology,
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

Chapter 3 - Introduction to the Cell and the Working Cell.docx

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaFall

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Archaea, Protist, Prokaryote

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7 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaSummer

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fructose, Peptide, Saccharin

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13 May 2012
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{element} substance that cannot be broken down chemically into any other substances. {atom} an atom is a bit of matter that cannot be subdivided any fu
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YORKBIOL 1500Michael GadsdenFall

Cells, Evolution, Molecular Biology notes pt 2

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19 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Michael GadsdenFall

Cells, Molecular Biology, Genetic notes Part 1

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19 Dec 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Pierre PotvinWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dehydration Reaction, Apple Community, Alternative Splicing

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5 Dec 2015
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Dna rna protein trait (not technically a part of the dogma) Transcription and translation may occur simultaneously, transcription needs to begin first.
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YORKBIOL 1500Yong TroySummer

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Allele Frequency, Panmixia, Genetic Drift

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12 May 2014
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaSummer

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Literacy, Null Hypothesis, Blind Experiment

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13 May 2012
49
{science} is not simply a body of knowledge or a list of facts to be remembered. It is an intellectual activity, encompassing observation, description,
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YORKBIOL 1500Tanya Da SylvaSummer

Learning Objective 1.doc

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4 Aug 2013
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Qualitative data is data that can be observed that can be described but not measured: distinguish between a scientific theory and a hypothesis. Hypothe
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YORKBIOL 1500Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Balancing Selection, Calcium Signaling, Calmodulin

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4 May 2014
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Chapter: evolutionary processes pages: 65-73 & pages: 51-55. Evolution can be defined as a change in allele frequencies. Natural selection acts on indi
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