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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 205groatcarmonaFall

BIOL 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Acetyl-Coa, Acetyl Group, Mitochondrion

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Chapter 13: sugars, fats, polysaccharides that we eat must be broken down into smaller molecules before our cells can use them, this breakdown process
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BIOL 205 Chapter 13: Additional Catabolism Info- Enzymes and Oxygen Roles

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Energy is also captured in the payoff phase in the form of nadh: at the end of glycolysis there is a net gain of two atp molecules and two molecules of
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BIOL 205 Chapter 13: Bio 205 Book Notes- HOw Cells Obtain Energy from Food

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Plants make their own sugars from co2 photosynthesis. Animals obtains sugars and other organic molecules that can be transformed into sugars by eating
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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 206LapanskyWinter

BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35.4: Sieve Tube Element, Apoplast, Phloem

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Phloem sap moves due to positive pressure gradient. Sucrose is actively transported to sieve tube elements at a source. Therefore the cells develop a l
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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 206LapanskyWinter

BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 37.1: Starch, Cellular Respiration, Water Potential

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Chapter 37. 1: plants receive external signals that are used to alter their physiology, morphology and development, plants receive signals at the cell
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BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 37.2: Abscission, Apoplast, Cytosol

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Chapter 37. 2: hormones are chemical signals that act at very low concentrations at sites often distant from where they are produced, each plant hormon
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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 206LapanskyWinter

BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35.3: Transpiration, Stoma, Evaporation

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BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6.5: Hydrolysis, Active Transport, Symporter

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Transport: in many systems there is a difference concentration of a particular ion inside compared with the outside. In these cases the imbalance is ma
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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 206LapanskyWinter

BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 49: Motor Oil, Partial Pressure

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Where q is the rate at which as gas such as o2 diffuses between two locations. Where d is the diffusion coefficient which is characteristic of the diff
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WWU, WESTERNBIOL 206LapanskyWinter

BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Osmosis, Passive Transport, Lipid Bilayer

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In a solution without barriers, all the solutes diffuse at rates determined by temp, physical characteristics and concentration gradient. Molecules to
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BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: Stretch Receptor, Membrane Potential, Cell Membrane

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BIOL 206 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Arteriole, Fibrinogen, Osmotic Pressure

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