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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Antibody, Van Der Waals Force, Beta Sheet

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23 Jan 2017
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Most of these molecules that make up your body are composed of just 20 different building blocks, called amino acids. Concentration of protons causes t
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46.1-46.2: Thyroid, Second Messenger System, Phosphorylase Kinase

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11 Dec 2016
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The endocrine system is a collection of organs and cells that secrete chemical signals in the bloodstream. A chemical signal that circulates throughout
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48.1: Pattern Recognition Receptor, Innate Immune System, Tlr7

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13 Dec 2016
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Immunity is a resistance or protection against a disease-causing pathogen. The immune system is responsible for defending animals against pathogens. Th
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46.3 - 46.4: Catecholamine, Posterior Pituitary, Hypothalamus

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12 Dec 2016
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Chapter 2: Ch. 2- Chemical Basis of Life

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16 Jan 2018
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan HerrickSpring

BIOL 1108 Chapter Notes - Chapter Lab 9 : Lycopodiopsida, Fern Ally, Sporophyte

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31 Mar 2017
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Sarcomere, T-Tubule

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10 Dec 2016
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Muscles exert movement by exerting force and causing a change in the shape of the muscles. The two categories of movement are: movement of the animal i
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Electron Shell, Covalent Bond, Radionuclide

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24 Jan 2017
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Based on # of protons in nucleus and distance between nucleus and valence shell. Reduce the impact of adding acids or bases on the overall ph of a solu
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UCONNBIOL 1102Adam FrySpring

BIOL 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Basal-Cell Carcinoma, Melanoma

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8 Mar 2017
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Cancer: chapter 19: types of cancer, skin cancer, most common type of cancer. 1 in 5 americans will develop skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, slow gro
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Ribosomal Rna, Transfer Rna, Stem-Loop

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13 Aug 2016
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After rna polymerase binds to dna with the help of other proteins, it catalyzes the production of an rna molecule whose base sequence is complementary
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottSpring

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Meiosis, Polyploid, Tryptophan

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29 Mar 2017
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Particular alleles are associated with certain phenotypes and alleles do not change when transmitted from parent to offspring. The chromosome theory of
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbottFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43.1-43.2: Central Nervous System, Ctenophora, Active Transport

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27 Nov 2016
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Neurons are individual nerve cells and are mainly responsible for the working of the brain and the rest of the nervous system. They conduct information
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