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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Telomere, Proofreading, Dna Mismatch Repair

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Dna replication- the process by which a dna molecule is copied. Transformation- a change in genotype and phenotype due to the assimilation of external
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Activation Energy, Hydrolysis, Enzyme

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Organization of the chemistry of life into metabolic pathways. The totality of an organism"s chemical reactions is called metabolism. Emergent property
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Dihybrid Cross, Epistasis, Quantitative Trait Locus

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A heritable feature that varies among individuals, such as flower color, is called a character. Each variant for a character, such as purple or white c
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Synapsis, Mitosis, Centromere

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The transmission of traits from one generation to the next is called inheritance, or heredity. Along with inherited similarity, there is also variation
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Fundamental Theorem Of Arithmetic, Aneuploidy, Zygote

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Mendelian inheritance has its physical basis in the behavior of chromosomes. Chromosome theory of inheritance- mendelian genes have specific loci (posi
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Apoptosis, Dephosphorylation, Phosphorylation

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Signals received by cells are converted to specific cellular responses in a series of steps called signal transduction pathways. In many cases of local
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Negative Feedback, Deductive Reasoning, Natural Selection

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Evolution- process of change that has transformed life on earth. Biology- the science of the study of life. New properties emerge at each level in the
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Cell Plate, Growth Factor, Metastasis

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The ability of organisms to produce more of their own kind is one of the characteristics that best distinguishes living from nonliving things. The cont
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Chlorophyll, Mitochondrial Matrix, Cytoplasmic Streaming

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Light microscope (lm)- visible light is passed through the specimen and then through glass lenses. The lenses refract (bend) the light in such a way th
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Tonicity, Solution, Lysis

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Selective permeability- allows some substances to cross it more easily than others. Ability of the cell to discriminate in its chemical exchanges with
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UABSC 114Steven MarcusFall

BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Pyruvic Acid, Electrochemical Gradient, C4 Carbon Fixation

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The process that converts sunlight to chemical energy that is stored in sugar and other organic molecules is called photosynthesis. An organism acquire
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BSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Missense Mutation, Endomembrane System, Nonsense Mutation

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Gene expression is the process by which dna directs the synthesis of proteins. The bridge between dna and protein synthesis is the nucleic acid rna. Tr
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