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TEMPLEBIOL 1111AllSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Catastrophism, Continental Drift, Koelreuteria Paniculata

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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Woody Plant, Species Richness, Ecological Succession

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Succession- change and replacement in plant and animals communities in an area following disturbance. Primary succession: on newly exposed geological s
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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Nitrogen Fixation, Nitrogen Cycle, Skink

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Elements such as phosphorous, carbon, nitrogen, potassium, and iron are used over and over. Elements that are required for the development, maintenance
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TEMPLEBIOL 1111Michael BalsaiSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Allele Frequency, Gene Duplication, Gregor Mendel

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Individuals cannot evolve, only a population of a species can evolve over many generations. Natural selection acts on individuals by affecting its surv
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TEMPLEBIOL 1111Michael BalsaiSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: Acoelomorpha, Calcium Carbonate, Parasitism

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Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tissues that develop from embryonic layers. Collagen and other structural proteins connect the
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TEMPLEBIOL 1111Michael BalsaiSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Phylogenetic Tree, Phylocode, Silverfish

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Biologist use genetic trees to distinguish the millions of species on earth. Even when some species my look like they may be very different, this is al
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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Terrestrial Ecosystem, Detritivore, Transpiration

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Primary production: the production of new organic matter or biomass by autotrophs in an ecosystem. The rate of primary production: is the amount of bio
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TEMPLEBIOL 1111Michael BalsaiSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43: Lysosome, Clonal Selection, Immunoglobulin D

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Innate immunity - common to all animals. Recognition of traits shared by a broad range of pathogens, using a small set of receptors. Recognition of tra
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TEMPLEBIOL 1111Michael BalsaiSpring

BIOL 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Ecological Niche, Allopatric Speciation, Hybrid Zone

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Occurs when populations of same species become genetically isolated. Use different habitats or resources within the same area. Species = evolutionarily
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TEMPLEBIOL 3096Joel SheffieldFall

BIOL 3096 Chapter Notes -Dapi, Tubulin, Microtubule

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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Nasal Cavity, Fetus, Respiratory Pigment

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1. describe the three main phases of gas exchange in a human. Breathing (cellular respiration)- taking in o2 and disposing of co2. Transport of gases-
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TEMPLEBIOL 2112Rhonda H.NicholsonSpring

BIOL 2112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Fibrinogen, Atherosclerosis, Tricuspid Valve

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1. describe the general functions of a circulatory system. to acquire nutrients exchange gases dispose of waste products. 2. compare the structures and
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