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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1: Metaphase, Somatic Cell, Nucleoid

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The reproduction of cells: when a prokaryotic cell divides, it is actually reproducing, since the process gives rise to a new organism. Same true of an
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

Bio Sci 93 Chapter 9.1: Catabolic Pathways

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8 May 2016
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Life is work: the energy stored in the organic molecules of food ultimately comes from the sun, energy flows into an ecosystem as sunlight and exits as
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.1: Radiant Energy, Chloroplast, Endergonic Reaction

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9 May 2016
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The conversion of light energy to chemical energy that is stored in sugars or other organic compounds; occurs in plants, algae, and certain prokaryotes
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Anaerobic Respiration, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Atp Synthase

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9 May 2016
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Organic fuels: cells break down glucose and other organic fuels to yield chemical energy in the form of atp. A process that results in the partial degr
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Horticulture, Mitosis, Genetic Variation

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10 May 2016
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The transmission of traits from one generation to the next (inheritance) The scientific study of heredity and hereditary variation. Hereditary units: t
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.3: Plant Cell, Light-Independent Reactions, Carbon Fixation

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9 May 2016
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The calvin cycle uses the chemical energ of atp and. Nadph to reduce co2 to sugar: while the citric acid cycle is catabolic, oxidizing acetyl coa and u
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.4: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Atp Synthase, Flavin Mononucleotide

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8 May 2016
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Couples electron transport to atp synthesis: glycolysis and the citric acid cycle, produce only 4. Atp molecules per glucose molecule, all by substrate
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Gametogenesis, Y Chromosome, Kinetochore

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10 May 2016
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Explain why human offspring resembles their parents but not identical to them. Genes program specific traits, and offspring inherit their genes from ea
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Hela, Vinblastine, Cytochalasin

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10 May 2016
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.4: Pyruvic Acid, Plasmodesma, Light-Dependent Reactions

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9 May 2016
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.4: Zygote, Natural Selection, Mendelian Inheritance

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10 May 2016
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Origins of genetic variation among offspring: the behavior of chromosomes during meiosis and fertilization is responsible for most of the variation tha
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UC-IRVINEBIO SCI 93Michael CleggFall

BIO SCI 93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.3: Acetyl-Coa, Pyruvic Acid, Mitochondrion

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What happens to pyruvate in the cell when. After pyruvate is oxidized, the citric acid cycle. Molecules: when o2 is present, pyruvate in eukaryotic cel
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