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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes -Dna Replication, Telomere, Nucleoid

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Two antiparallel sugar-phosphate chains wind around the outside of the molecule; the nitrogenous bases project into the interior, where they hydrogen-b
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Proteome, Proteomics, Chemical Energy

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August 31st, chapter 1: evolution, the themes of biology, and scientific inquiry. Biology: 1. 1 the study of life reveals common themes. Themes: organi
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Thymine, Okazaki Fragments, Polysome

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Concept 17. 1: dna controls metabolism by directing cells to make specific enzymes and other proteins, via the process of gene expression. Beadle and t
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dehydration Reaction, Asymmetric Carbon, Monosaccharide

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Chapter 5: the structure and function of large biological molecules. 5. 1 macromolecules are polymers built from monomers. Molecules of life: carbohydr
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hydrogen Bond, Hydrogen Atom, Heat Capacity

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Bio chapter 3: water and life outline. Overview: the molecule that supports all of life. Water is the substance that make all life possible on earth. A
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter 1a: How Science Works Reading Notes

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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Systems Biology, Reductionism, Prokaryote

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Chapter 1 reading notes: evolution, the themes of biology, and scientific inquiry. Evolution: the process of change that has transformed life on earth
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Radionuclide, Atomic Nucleus, Radiometric Dating

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Matter consists of chemical elements in pure form and in combinations called compounds (2. 1) Matter: anything that takes up space and has mass. Elemen
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Radionuclide, Mass Number, Atomic Number

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Concept 2. 1: matter consists of chemical elements in pure form and in combinations called compounds matter: anything that takes up space and has mass.
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: The Double Helix, Nitrogenous Base, Pentose

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Griffith experiments (1928: pathogenic and nonpathogenic bacteria, discovers that the nonpathogenic, when mixed with death pathogenic, still become pat
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Stanley Miller, Chemical Formula, Structural Formula

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Bio chapter 4: carbon and the molecular diversity of life. 4. 1 organic chemistry is the study if carbon compounds. Compounds containing carbon are org
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SYRACUSEBIO 121Jason WilesFall

BIO 121 Chapter 12: BIO Chp12.docx

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The genetic material (dna) of a cell- its genome- is partitioned among chromosomes. Each eukaryotic chromosome consists of one dna molecule associated
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