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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Philadelphia Chromosome, Cri Du Chat, Genomic Imprinting

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Mendelian genes have specific loci (positions) along chromosomes. Separation of homologs during anaphase i accounts for segregation of two alleles of a
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: Blastocyst, Trophoblast, Menstruation

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Sexual reproduction: egg (haploid gamete, large, non-motile) fuses with sperm (haploid gamete, small, motile) to form a diploid zygote. Asexual reprodu
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VANDERBILTBSCI-1510Graham ToddFall

BSCI-1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ketose, Aldose, Ketone

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VANDERBILTBSCI-2520Brame CynthiaFall

BSCI 2520 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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The peptide bond has some double bond character because of resonance. This causes the surrounding group (peptide group) to be rigid. Some pro residues
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1001Phillips ShawnSpring

BSCI 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Golgi Apparatus, Infobase Publishing, Nuclear Pore

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The nucleus is considered to be the headquarters of the cell. It is the organelle that is the easiest to see with an average diameter of 5um. The nucle
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1001Phillips ShawnSpring

BSCI 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter n/a: Addison-Wesley, Nadh Dehydrogenase, Atp Synthase

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The electron transport chain(etc) is part of the third and final stage of cellular respiration. When it comes to making atp, the etc is the real money
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40: Vasoconstriction, Heterotroph, Torpor

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Folding up cells so they all have contact with interstitial fluid and circulatory fluid can take in all the waste to be removed. Organization: cells ti
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39: Vernalization, Circadian Rhythm, Cryptochrome

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Photomorphogenesis, plant growth and development, red and blue are most important: blue-light photoreceptors: Blue light induces opening of stomata (ph
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 56: Minimum Viable Population, Effective Population Size, Extinction Vortex

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Conservation biology: integrates ecology, physiology, molecular biology, genetics, and evolutionary biology to conserve biological diversity at all lev
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VANDERBILTBSCI 1511Johnson CarlSpring

BSCI 1511 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35: Stoma, Thigmotropism, Auxin

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Morphogenesis: process that gives tissues shape and determines positions of cell types. Cell differentiation: process by which cells become different f
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VANDERBILTBSCI-1510Graham ToddFall

BSCI-1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mycoplasma, Archaea, Micrometer

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VANDERBILTBSCI-2520Brame CynthiaFall

BSCI 2520 Chapter 5.2: Chapter 5.2

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Protein purification ph, temperature, and other factors must be controlled ph: buffer solutions to prevent denaturation. Many proteins are denatured by
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