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UFBSC 2010Chen SixueSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Homologous Chromosome, Dna Replication, Sister Chromatids

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Cell division- a process by which a parent cell duplicates its genetic material and then divides into 2 similar cells: = cell reproduction. Clones- res
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UFBSC 2010Chen SixueSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Dna Mismatch Repair, Sickle-Cell Disease, Deamination

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Virtually all nondividing somatic cells of an organism have the same amount of nuclear dna. After meiosis, gametes have half the amount of nuclear dna
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UFBSC 2010Chen SixueSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Antimicrobial Resistance, Chromosome, Bacterial Conjugation

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Blending inheritance- gametes contain hereditary determinants that blended when the gametes fused during fertilization. Particulate inheritance- each d
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UFBSC 2010Chen SixueSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Binomial Nomenclature, Molecular Clock, Monophyly

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Phylogeny- evolutionary history of life on earth: phylogenetic tree- diagrammatic reconstruction of that history. Can construct based on physical struc
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UFBSC 2010Chen SixueSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Genome Size, Gene Family, Noncoding Dna

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UFBSC 2010Katrina K CuddyWinter

BSC 2010 Chapter 1: Pg 5

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UFBSC 2010Katrina K CuddyWinter

BSC 2010 Chapter 1: Pg 4

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UFBSC 2010Mc Daniel StuartFall

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Competitive Inhibition, Organic Compound, Allosteric Regulation

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A and t have double bond (hydrogen), while c and g have triple bond though many hydrogen bonds make force of attraction strong, modest input of energy
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UFBSC 2010Mi- Jeong YooSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Metabolomics, Metabolome, Proteome

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Concept 12. 1 there are powerful methods for sequencing genomes and. Scientists can use genomic information in several ways: The genomes of different s
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UFBSC 2010Katrina K CuddyWinter

BSC 2010 Chapter 1: Pg 7

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UFBSC 2010Mi- Jeong YooSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Igneous Rock, Radiometric Dating, Continental Drift

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Chapter 18 the history of life on earth. Concept 18. 1 events in earth"s history can be dated. To understand long-term patterns of evolutionary change,
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UFBSC 2010Mi- Jeong YooSpring

BSC 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Binomial Nomenclature, Molecular Clock, Linnaean Taxonomy

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Concept 16. 1 all of life is connected through its evolutionary history. The sequencing of complete genomes from many diverse species has confirmed wha
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