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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cell Theory, Germplasm, Meiosis

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1. 1 genetics is important to us individually, to society, and to the. Study of biology we all posses genes that influence our lives in significant way
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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Unicellular Organism, Nuclear Membrane, Telomere

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2. 1 prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ in a number of. 2. 2 cell reproduction requires the copying of the genetic. Material, separation of the co
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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gregor Mendel, Gamete, Allele

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3. 1 gregor mendel discovered the basic principles of heredity. Gregor mendel was born in the present-day czech republic and worked as an abbot in a mo
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01:447:380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Turner Syndrome, Y Chromosome, Genic

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Sexual reproducion is the formaion of ofspring that are geneically diferent from their parents sexual reproducion consists of two processes that lead t
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