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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Fluid Mosaic Model, Lipid Bilayer, Cell Membrane

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18 Mar 2016
14
Plasma membrane: this is a boundary that separates the living cell from its non-living surrounding, exhibits selective or semi permeability (semi-perme
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sister Chromatids, Cell Membrane, Cytokinesis

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18 Mar 2016
9
An ordered sequence of events in the life of a eukaryotic cell, from its origin in the division of a parent cell until its own division in two; compose
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Dna Polymerase Iii Holoenzyme, Dna Polymerase I, Maurice Wilkins

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18 Mar 2016
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Hunt for genetic material: morgan showed that genes are located on chromosomes, scientists knew dna was a polymer of nucleotides. But chromosomes are m
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Chemical Weapon

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18 Mar 2016
11
The energy of life: the living cell is a miniature factory where thousands of reactions occur. Metabolism: metabolic pathways: begin with speci c molec
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Thiol, Sulfur, Phospholipid

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13 Sep 2016
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Y Chromosome, X-Inactivation, Wild Type

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18 Mar 2016
15
Chromosomal theory of inheritance: beyond mendel: continued research showed the importance of chromosomes in inheritance. Mendelian genes have speci c
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenSpring

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Morphine, Endorphins, Octet Rule

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30 Sep 2013
19
92 naturally occurring elements, 25 are essential to life. H, n, c, o make up 96% of living matter. Trace elements are required in small amounts. Defin
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenSpring

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Asymmetric Carbon, Morning Sickness, Enantiomer

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30 Sep 2013
44
Organic chemistry chemistry of compounds that contain carbon. Carbon has 6 electrons 2 in the first orbital, 4 in the next (valence = 4) H o n c = 1 2
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Natural Selection

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18 Mar 2016
23
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Gregor Mendel, Allele, Gamete

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18 Mar 2016
27
Gene idea: parents pass on discrete heritable units called genes. Gregor mendel: father of modern genetics (monk); first to carefully quantify particul
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenFall

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Allosome, Meiosis, Heredity

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18 Mar 2016
20
Asexual reproduction: one parent contributes all genetic material to offspring, uses mitotic cell division process, creates a genetically identical off
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UCFBSC 2010CChrista DiercksenSpring

BSC 2010C Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nitrogenous Base, Purine, Pyrimidine

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30 Sep 2013
13
Macromolecules = large molecules: polymers large molecules with many repeating monomers, monomers repeating subunits used to build substances. Hydrolys
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