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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Endodermis, Agnatha, Swim Bladder

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3 Feb 2017
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44. 1 a tree of life for more than a million animal species. The organisms most closely related to animals are choanoflagellates (type of protist). Doe
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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Tracheid, George De Mestral, Starch

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28 Feb 2017
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Intercalary meristems (between shoot and root: stem internodes lengthen stems by cell division and cell elongation, stem nodes produce buds (with their
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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Biosensor, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential

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7 Mar 2017
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Taste and smell: chemoreceptors: molecule in the environment binds to protein receptor, signal is sent to open ion channel, cell is depolarized. Touch
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BIOL 412 Chapter 35: Animal Nervous System

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28 Feb 2017
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Evolution from simple (cnidaria) to complex (vertebrates) Neuron single cell that can generate an electric signal. Ganglion a group of neuron bodies. C
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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Germ Layer, Gap Gene, Cell Potency

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31 Mar 2017
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Outer layer of cells from membranes that surround the embryo developing in the inner cells: development of germ layers (ecto-, endo-, mesoderm) Pluripo
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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Bacterial Conjugation, Horizontal Gene Transfer, Hfr Cell

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17 Feb 2017
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No nucleus, mitochondria, or chloroplasts (no membrane-bound organelles) Some similarities to bacteria (small, old, circular loop of dna) Ribosomes imm
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BIOL412 Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Vernation, Vascular Cambium, Lycopodiopsida

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10 Feb 2017
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Haploid 1n number of chromosomes, result of reduction division (meiosis) Diploid 2n number of chromosomes, result of fusion of haploid nuclei (fertiliz
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