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UFBSC 2010Korolev MariaFall

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Monosaccharide, Blood Sugar, Monomer

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27 Aug 2016
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Macromolecules are large molecules: consist of thousands of atoms, 4 types of macromolecules: carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, and lipids, polym
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Binomial Nomenclature, Ontogeny, Ribosomal Rna

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27 Aug 2016
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Binomial nomenclature: each species is assigned a 2-word name. Developed by c. linnaeus: first word is the genus & second word is species. Homologous s
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Binomial Nomenclature, Uniformitarianism, Carl Linnaeus

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Darwin made 2 main points: many species currently alive are descendants of ancestral species. Ancestral species were different than modern species and
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Centromere, Somatic Cell, Synapsis

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27 Aug 2016
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In eukaryotes, heritable information is passed to the next generation via processes that include the cell cycle and mitosis or meiosis plus fertilizati
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: X-Inactivation, Drosophila Melanogaster, Nuclear Membrane

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27 Aug 2016
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Mendel & chromosomes: chromosome theory of inheritance. Mendelian genes have specific loci (positions) on chromosomes. Recessive = mutant: wild-type no
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: X-Ray Crystallography, Frederick Griffith, Dna Replication

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27 Aug 2016
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The beginnings: t. h. morgan"s group showed that genes are located on chromosomes. Two components of chromosomes dna and protein: role of dna in heredi
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Genetically Modified Organism, Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer, Embryonic Stem Cell

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27 Aug 2016
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Biotechnology: process of manipulating organisms or their components to make useful products, genetic engineering + tissue/cell culturing technologies.
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Genetic Drift, Gene Pool, Panmixia

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27 Aug 2016
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Hardy weinberg equilibrium: evolution appears to be the typical situation, sometimes evolution is not occurring, hardy-weinberg equilibrium. Conditions
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Evaporative Cooler, Heat Capacity, Surface Tension

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27 Aug 2016
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Each h2o molecule can form 4 hydrogen bonds. Cohesion and adhesion: caused by hydrogen bonding, cohesion: water to water, adhesion: water to another po
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BSC 2010 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 Membrane Structure & Function 1

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27 Aug 2016
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Selectively permeable (small, hydrophobic molecules (co2, o2) can pass through freely; large, hydrophilic molecules. Two main components: fluid represe
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BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Citric Acid Cycle, Cellular Respiration, Lactic Acid

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27 Aug 2016
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Living cells require energy transfusions to perform most of their tasks: from external sources, assembling polymers, pumping substances across their gr
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BSC 2010 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 Membrane Structure & Function 2

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27 Aug 2016
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In a cell, the plasma membrane is selectively permeable. Small hydrophobic molecules can pass in or out like co2 and o2. According to a theory, known a
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