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BERKELEYINTEGBI 169Tom CarlsonSpring

INTEGBI 169 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Probiotic, Bifidobacterium, Choline

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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 5: Social Influences on Male Sexual Behavior pg. 253-268

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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 3 pg. 103-111: Anamolous Sexual Differentiation

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INTEGBI C143B Chapter 7: Motivation and Maternal Behavior pg. 355-375

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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 3 pg. 95-102: Mammalian Sexual Differentiation

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BERKELEYINTEGBI 169Tom CarlsonSpring

INTEGBI 169 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Microorganism, Mary Mallon, 1918 Flu Pandemic

After c. tetani bacteria enter a human wound, the bacteria may grow and divide rapidly, even though the human body is not their normal habitat; soil is
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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 3 pg. 112-118: Alternative Reproduction Tactics

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BERKELEYINTEGBI 169Tom CarlsonSpring

INTEGBI 169 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Mate Choice, Tinea Corporis, Dermatophyte

Hypothesis on the benefits of sexual reproduction: A haploid genome from both the mother and father fuse to form the diploid zygote. Only one allele is
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BERKELEYINTEGBI 169Tom CarlsonSpring

INTEGBI 169 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Trichuris Suis, Evolutionary Arms Race, Sickle-Cell Disease

There has been a fall in morbidity from infectious diseases seen in developing countries over the past 100 years due to public health measures, vaccine
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BERKELEYINTEGBI 169Tom CarlsonSpring

INTEGBI 169 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Aids, Seroconversion, Reverse Transcriptase

Wrestling mats are sites where any of these skin infections can be transmitted. Many of the sexually transmitted infectious microbes specialize in livi
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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 6: Female Reproductive Cycles pg. 304-316

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BERKELEYINTEGBI C143BKriegsfeld LanceSpring

INTEGBI C143B Chapter 7: Parental Behavior pg. 336-354

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