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U OF ABIOL 1543John ChadwickSpring

BIOL 1543 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-1.11: Chemical Energy, Organelle, Systems Biology

1. 1 all forms of life share common properties. 1. 2 new properties emerge at each level in life"s hierarchy. Study of life expands from global scale t
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Sociobiology, Sexual Selection, Pair Bond

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Behavior: represents the way that an organism reacts to a stimulus or situation. Ability to react to a stimulus is an important characteristics of life
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Last Universal Common Ancestor, Protein C, Archaea

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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Coralline Algae, Green Algae, Red Algae

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29. 1 protists: domain eukarya: divided into 4 kigdoms: protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia. Protists: singled celled eukaryotic microbes: some exis
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Long Term Ecological Research Network, Climax Community, Secondary Succession

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Ecology: the study of the interactions of organisms with each other and with their physical environment. Population: all organisms of the same species
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: Interventricular Septum, Body Hair, Air Sacs

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Phylogenetic tree of chordates: each of the innovations listed is an evolutionary trend shared by the classes beyond the branch point. Lanceletes (subp
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 35: Transpiration, Feces, Eutrophication

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Ecosystem: possesses both abiotic and biotic componens. Abiotic: components that include the nonliving aspects such as sunlight, inorganic nutrients, a
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Last Universal Common Ancestor, Reducing Atmosphere, Decomposer

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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Pinophyta, Pollen Tube, Stamen

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Occur at the region of the nodes, between the cells of the main axis. Male and female reproductive structures grow at the nodes. Coleochaete grows on a
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 31: Nephridium, Seta, Gastropoda

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Differences from the other multicellular eukaryotes, plants and fungi. Unlike plants, which make their food through photosynthesis, animals are heterot
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U OF ABIOL 1541LJohn ShadwickSpring

BIOL 1541L Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Punnett Square, Mendelian Inheritance, Zygosity

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23. 1 mendel"s laws: the science of genetics explains the process of inheritance and why there are variations between offspring from one generation to
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