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CORNELLBIOEE 1780John I.Lovette, Abby Grace DrakeFall

BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Arthropod, Burgess Shale, Calcite

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Darwin was a geologist first and assumed that the earth must be billions of years old in order to be able to form geological formations such as ridges
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BIOEE 1780 Chapter 3: Radiometric & Relative Dating

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BIOEE 1780 Chapter 19: Prokaryotes

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BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Malaria, Antibody, Adverse Drug Reaction

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BIOEE 1780 Chapter 20-21: Plantae and their cells

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BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Evolutionarily Stable Strategy, Eusociality, Haplodiploidy

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Senescence: a decline with age in per capita reproductive performance, physiological function, or the probability of survival (as they age, decline in
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BIOEE 1780 Chapter 3: LUCA

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BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Epistasis, Heritability

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Quantitative genetics: the study of continuous phenotypic traits and their underlying evolutionary mechanisms; the study of the evolution of these comp
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BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Chemoreceptor, Chitin, Filter Feeder

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2 major clades of protostomes: lophotrochozoans & ecdysozoans. The name lophotrochozoa stems from two different features that involve cilia: a lophopho
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CORNELLBIOEE 1780John I.Lovette, Abby Grace DrakeFall

BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Heterotroph, Synapomorphy, Choanoflagellate

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Chapter 22 hillis the evolution and diversity of fungi. Fungi are organisms that digest their food outside their bodies: secrete digestive enzymes to b
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CORNELLBIOEE 1780John I.Lovette, Abby Grace DrakeFall

BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Brussels Sprout, Brassica Oleracea, Collard Greens

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Humans select for increased tolerance to penning, increased sexual precocity and reduced wariness and aggression in domestic animals. In farming and pe
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BIOEE 1780 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Coinfection, Smart Key, World War I

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Ex: cytomegalovirus (hcmv or human herpes virus) relationships among viruses mirrors the relationships of their hosts as that ancestor"s descendants di
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