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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cell Membrane, Scientific Control, Scientific Method

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1. 1 the scientific method is a deliberate way of asking and answering questions about the natural world. Observations are used to generate a hypothesi
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Amine, Alpha Helix, Covalent Bond

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4. 1 proteins are linear polymers of amino acids that form 3d structures with specific functions. An amino acid consists of a alpha carbon connected by
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KUSOC 160Dr. Jarron M. Saint OngeFall

SOC 160 Chapter 6-9: SOC 160 Chapter 6-: Articles

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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ionic Bonding, Alpha And Beta Carbon, Stanley Miller

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2. 1 the atom is the fundamental unit of matter. Atoms consist of positively charged protons and electrically neutral neutrons in the nucleus, as well
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Peptidoglycan, Antimicrobial Resistance, Chloroplast

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Chapter 5: organizing principles: lipids, membranes, and cell compartments. Membranes physically separate cells from their external environment. Membra
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cytoplasm, Dna Replication, Cell Membrane

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Observation- the act of viewing the world around us. Experimentation- disciplined and controlled way of asking and answering questions about the world
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KUCHEM 130Sharpe Spring

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hans Geiger, Metalloid, Carbon-12

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Atom- smallest quantity of matter that still retains the properties of matter. Element- a substance that cannot be broken down into two or more simpler
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Uracil, Cytosine, Polyadenylation

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3. 1 deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) stores and transmits genetic information. Experiments carried out by griffith in 1928 demonstrated that bacteria can t
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KUIST 205Brian R SalmansSpring

IST 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Web Hosting Service, Behavioral Analytics, Public-Key Cryptography

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Used to run various aspects of businesses. Allow companies to remain competitive in today"s fast-paced world and especially when conducting business on
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Small Interfering Rna, Exon, Frederick Griffith

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Deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) - a linear polymer of 4 different subunits. Dna molecules from all cells and organisms have a very similar 3d structure, re
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cysteine, Protein Structure, Hydrophile

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Proteins are the most versatile of macromolecules- each has its own built-in ability to carry out a cellular function. Some proteins aggregate to form
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KUBIOL 150DentlerSpring

BIOL 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cytosol, Facilitated Diffusion, Membrane Fluidity

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5. 1 cell membranes are composed of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Phospholipids have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic regions. As a result, they
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