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U OF RBIO 112Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.1: Scientific Method

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He utilized a formalized way of thinking and took care to make sure that there wasn"t any other variables that could have affected the experimental pla
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U OF RBIO 111MinckleySpring

BIO 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter Lahdenpera, Brembs, 40.5: Inclusive Fitness, Superorganism, Eusociality

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Lahdenpera et al 2004: fitness benefits of prolonged post-reproductive lifespan in women. Some animals reproduce until the die because that is the best
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U OF RBIO 110ClarkFall

BIO 110 Chapter 11: 11.3 and 11.4

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U OF RBIO 112Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3.1-1.3.3: Weak Interaction, Electronegativity, Covalent Bond

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The three fundamental non-covalent bonds are: electrostatic interactions, hydrogen bonds and van der waals interactions. Electrostatic interactions: de
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U OF RBIO 111MinckleySpring

BIO 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Wasatch Range, Asexual Reproduction, Dna Replication

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7. 1: different life cycles use different modes of cell reproduction. Cell division a process by which a parent cell duplicates its genetic material an
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U OF RBIO 198CiaWinter

BIO 198 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Chromosome, Exonuclease, Deoxyribose

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7. 1 dna is the hereditary molecule of life. Hereditary material must be localized to the nucleus, present in a stable form, sufficiently complex to co
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U OF RBIO 198CiaWinter

BIO 198 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Antiserum, Zygosity, Wild Type

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U OF RBIO 111MinckleySpring

BIO 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter Judson: Rotifer, Eukaryote, Cryptobiosis

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Philodina roseola the bdelloid rotifer: slender and translucent, a eukaryote, eats algae, has a pair of disks edged with beating cilia, the go through
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U OF RBIO 110M I C H A E L C L A R KFall

BIO 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39: Antigen, Antibody

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U OF RBIO 111MinckleySpring

BIO 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21, 28: Gynoecium, Inflorescence, Flowering Plant

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21. 5 flowers and fruits increase the reproductive success of angiosperms. Flower the sexual structure of the angiosperm. Fruit a dispersal tactic that
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U OF RBIO 110M I C H A E L C L A R KFall

BIO 110 Chapter 7: Mitosis Review (Chapter 7 Section 7.2 Notes)

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U OF RBIO 198CiaWinter

BIO 198 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Tata-Binding Protein, Small Nuclear Rna, Enzyme

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