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UOFIBIOL 1141John HassSpring

BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sporophyte, Testicle, Klinefelter Syndrome

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Meiosis: type of nuclear division that reduces the chromosome number from 2n to n; daughter cells receive the haploid number of chromosomes in varied c
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39.3: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Phosphocreatine, Myocyte

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Muscles make up 40% of the weight of an average human and is 15% more dense than fat tissue. Tendons: strap of fibrous connective tissue that connects
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 31: Circulatory System, Integumentary System, Poikilotherm

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Tissue: composed of specialized cells of the same or similar type that perform a function in the body. Epithelial tissue: covers body surfaces, lines b
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Trp Operon, Gene Expression, Operon

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Structural gene: gene that codes for the amino acid sequence of a peptide or protein. Operon: group of structural and regulating genes that function as
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 42: Neural Tube, Gastrointestinal Tract, Programmed Cell Death

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Fertilization: fusion of sperm and egg nuclei, producing a zygote that develops a new individual. Human sperm are made up of a tail, a middle piece, an
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Reginald Punnett, Cystic Fibrosis, Phenylketonuria

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Blending concept of inheritance: parents of contrasting appearance always produce offspring of intermediate appearance (mixture of both parents) Gregor
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36,40: Uric Acid, Protein Kinase, Blood Proteins

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In the urea cycle, carbon dioxide is combines with two ammonia molecules to form uric acid, which is moderatel(cid:455) to(cid:454)ic . Endocrine syste
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Myosin Head, Cell Membrane, Reagent

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Energy: the ability to do work or bring about a change. Potential energy: stored energy whose capacity to accomplish work is not being used at the mome
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Chromosome, Polyploid, Species Problem

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Macroevolution: large-scale evolutionary change, such as the formation of new species. Taxonomist: scientist that investigates the identification and n
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Natural Disaster, Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift

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Population: group of organisms of the same species occupying a certain area and sharing a common gene pool. Microevolution: change in gene frequencies
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Messenger Rna, Start Codon, Genetic Code

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Bases: rna adenine, guanine, uracil, cytosine, dna adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine. Messenger rna (mrna): type of rna formed from a dna template an
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BIOL 1141 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Commensalism, Herbivore, Primary Succession

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Community: assemblage of species interacting with one another within the same environment. Species richness: number of species in a community. Species
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