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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Transfer Rna, Regulatory Sequence, Genetic Code

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Process of using info. in genes to make proteins, takes place in separate compartments in euk. Genes: a sequence of dna that contains info. to make 1+
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Carbon Cycle, Surface 2, Estuary

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Made up of living & nonliving components of an env: including comm. s of org. s present & physical/chemical env. w/ which they interact. Temp: importan
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Olympic National Park, Sponge, Vascular Plant

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Olympic national park: forest ecosystem, like others, home to div. eukaryotic org. s. Hundreds of species of mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, & amphibia
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Nitrogen Fixation, Hyperthermophile, Symbiosis

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Chapter 18-prokaryotic diversity: unicellular organisms, no organelles, dna not in nucleus, floats freely in cytoplasm, found everywhere, usually singl
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Molecular Clock, Vestigiality, Tetrapod

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Vertebrate: an animal w/ a bony or cartilaginous backbone. Theory of evolution: darwin calls descent w/ modification , combines conc. s about life: Spe
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter 14: Bio Ch 14

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Pop. s: groups of individ. s of same species living together in same geographic area. Exp. in/on our bodies: most: harmless or even beneficial but some
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Punnett Square, Mendelian Inheritance, Mutation

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Genes: code for proteins, units of inheritance, physically passed down from parents to offspring. Genotype: an org. s genes, can"t always be determined
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter 1: Bio 101 Ch 1

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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Antimicrobial Resistance, Methicillin, Aureus

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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Gynoecium, Pollination, Colony Collapse Disorder

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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Genetic Drift, Tiktaalik, Tetrapod

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Fossils: preserved artifacts of once-living org. s that provide a record of past life on e (a. Fossil record: shows same overall pattern for all lines
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ELONBIO 101Catherine M.BushFall

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Spindle Apparatus, Sister Chromatids, Dna Replication

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Cell division: process by which a cell repod. Intself: fundamental feature of life, imp. for normal growth, dvlpmnt. , & repair of body (an org. ) Sist
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