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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Tracheid, Casparian Strip, Endodermis

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29. 1 plant structure and function: an evolutionary perspective. Land plants are a monophyletic group that includes vascular plants and bryophytes. All
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 32: Rafflesia, Symbiosis, Xylem

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Plants can provide a habitat for other plants and even viruses, bacteria, and protists. Plants can sense danger and deploy defense mechanism that inclu
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Summer

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 42: Male Reproductive System, Amniote, Internal Fertilization

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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Sporophyte, Gametophyte, Bryophyte

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Alternation allows for both water and air dispersal methods for the haploid or diploid (one for ea) Algal sister groups of land plants have one multice
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 33: Phloem, Xylem, Photosynth

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Plants that diverged before angiosperms appeared are still present, but where they live and grow has been shaped by the evol of flowering plants. The c
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cyanobacteria, Plastoquinone, Atp Synthase

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Photosynthesis is biochemical process for building carbohydrates using energy from sunlight and carbon dioxide taken from air. Photosynthesis occurs am
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Phylogenetics, Comparative Anatomy, Last Universal Common Ancestor

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E. g. humans and chimps similar than monkeys; but all 3 are more similar to ea other than to a catfish; etc. Darwin saw this as descent with modificati
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Summer

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: Metapopulation, Parasitism, Biogeography

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The population has gained 40 individuals in two years (20 individuals/year) In our example above, r equals 20 individuals per year divided by. Using 10
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Summer

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 31: Meristem, Lycopodiophyta, Cell Potency

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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Homo Ergaster, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens

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To look at our origins can see it from 3 diff ways: comparative anatomy, molecular analysis, and fossil records. Shows that human lineage branches off
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Photic Zone, Light-Independent Reactions, Photosynthesis

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Photosynthesis- the biochemical process for building carbohydrates using energy from sunlight and co2. Source of all food/energy that we eat, all o2, a
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Summer

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Sporophyte, Gametophyte, Flowering Plant

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