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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes -Hebephilia, Frotteurism, Involuntary Commitment

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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homeostasis, Cell Membrane, Deductive Reasoning

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Biology is the scientific study of living things (organisms) Made up of a common set of chemical components (carbohydrates, fatty acids, nucleic acids,
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes -Failure Rate, Erectile Tissue, Real Sex

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MCDB 1B Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Brown Adipose Tissue, White Adipose Tissue, Autocrine Signalling

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Chapter 42: animal hormones: white fat stores lipids but brown fat metabolizes lipids into heat without producing atp, lean people have more brown fat
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cytoplasmic Streaming, Microtubule, Peroxisome

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5. 1 what features make cells the fundamental units of life. Cells are the fundamental units of life. All living organisms are composed of cells. Evolu
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Peptide, Uracil, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Proteasome, Guanosine Triphosphate, Lysine

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Eukaryotic gene expression can be regulated both in the nucleus prior to mrna export and after mrna leaves the nucleus. Different mrnas can be made fro
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Osmosis, Turgor Pressure, Facilitated Diffusion

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6. 1 what is the structure of a biological membrane. Fluid mosaic model: general design of phospholipid bilayer. Proteins are noncovalently embedded in
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Atp Hydrolysis, Okazaki Fragments, Chromosome

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Circumstantial evidence: in the right place, present in right amount, varied among species. Dna from one type of bacterium genetically transforms anoth
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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Proteolysis, Glycosylation, Aminoacyl-Trna

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Observations in humans led to the proposal that genes determine enzymes. Archibald garrod = discovered enzymes as biological catalysts. Alkaptonuria bl
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MCDB 101A Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Valine, Membrane Protein, Phenylalanine

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MCDB 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Blood Sugar, Cellulose, Glycerol

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3. 1 what kinds of molecules characterize living things. Except lipids they are all polymers which are made up of monomers. Proteins: formed from diffe
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