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LSU | BIOL 1201
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    Course Notes
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    PLANTCONTROLSYSTEMS read834845(39.5),943963,10451061,10851103, 11031117final:3540?recentmaterial,2530? cumulative ControlSysteminPlants Typesofplanthormones Examplesofhormonefunction TypesofPlantHormones(table39.1) Auxins Stemelongation,differentiation,ap

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    Final
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    BIOL1201Final 14:49 ImportanceofSignalingMechanisms NobelPrizes 5inthelast18years CellSignaling DirectContact:twocellstoucheachother celljunctions cellcellrecognition Local:onecellsignalingcellsinadjacentarea;paracrineandsynapticsignals paracrine:cellthat

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    Exam 4
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    CellCycle CellCycle thelifeofacell Cytokinesis theendofcelldivision theendofthelifeofonecellandthebeginningofthelifeofanewcell G1(Gap1) S(Synthesis) wherewehaveDNAreplication startSphasewithunreplicatedchromosomes atendofSphaseallchromosomesarereplicated

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    Exam 3
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    Photosynthesis PHOTOSYNTHESIS: SummaryEquation 6CO2+12H20+LIGHT6O 2+C6H12O6+6H20 convert2lowenergymoleculesintoahighenergymolecule requiresenergywhichiswherelightenergycomesin WheredotheoxygensinCo2andH2Ogo? Fatemap OxygeninglucoseandwaterallcomefromCO2 O

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    Exam 2
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    Metabolism 04:03 CHEMICALREACTIONS Whentwoormoreatoms,ions,ormoleculescollideinsuchawaythattheyproducea newsubstance. Mustrunintoeachotherinrightorientationandwithsufficientforcetoproduceanew substance AllchemicalreactionsaregovernedbytheLawsofThermodynam

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    Exam 1
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    Introduction(pgs127) WhatisScience? Awaytounderstandthenaturalworld Aprocessusedtogaininformationaboutabodyofknowledge Whatdoscientistsdo? Makeobservations Attempttodiscernpatterns Assumethatthefutureislikethepast Makemodelsofnaturalworld Modelschangeasun

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    Protien bio video notes 9.13.13
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    BiologyNotes Prelecture Protein Proteins Polymersofaminoacids o Alllargemoleculesbydefinition Formunbranchedchains o Linearmolecule(theresabeginningandendtothemolecule) AminoAcids Buildingblockofprotein ContainacentralCarbonatomwhichisattachedto(canha

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    Eukaryotic Cells bio vid 9.25.13
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    EukaryoticCells Biologyvideonotes9/25/13 EukaryoticCells Foundinallorganismsexceptbacteriaandarchaea o Animals,plants,fungi,etc. Havemembraneboundorganelles(thestuffinsideisbounded/surrounded) *Nucleus Surroundedbyadoublemembranewithpores(letsstuffpass

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    Enzymes bio video 9.16.13
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    Enzymes Biologyvideonotes9/16/13 Enzymes almostallareproteins;largeglobularproteins EnzymeFunction Organiccatalystspeeduptherateofareaction,butarenotusedupduringthe reaction;dontneedmuchofanenzymemoleculetohaveaninfluenceontherate ofthechemicalreactions

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    Permeases bio vid 9.23.13
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    Permeases Biologyvideonotes9/23/13 Movementofsubstancesotherthanwater Diffusion:(moleculesthatarepermeable) Smallmolecules Lipidsolublemolecules Permeases:(moleculesthatarenotpermeableorthatmoveslowly) Largemolecules Chargedmolecules Permeases Membra

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    Nucleic Acids bio video notes 9.14.13
    Course: BIOL 1201
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    Biovideolecturenotes NucleicAcids ClassesofOrganicMolecules Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins NucleicAcids NucleicAcids Looksimilartoproteins Fairlylargemolecules Polymersofnucleotides Unbranchedchains(similartoproteins) o Moleculeshavedirectionality

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    Chemical Reactions Bio video 9.15.13
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    Biovideolecturenotes ChemicalReactions Occuranytimetwoormoreatoms,ions,ormolecules,collidein suchawaythattheyproduceanewsubstance o Mustphysicallyrunintoeachotherintherightorientation LawsofThermodynamics FirstLawEnergycanneitherbecreatednordestroyedonly

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    Carbohydrates bio video notes 9.11.13
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    Carbohydrates ClassesofOrganicMolecules 1. Carbohydrates 2. Lipids 3. Proteins 4. NucleicAcids 9/11/13 Carbohydrates Compoundswitharatioof o 1carbon o 2hydrogens o 1oxygen 1carbonandonewater CH2O TypesofCarbohydrates o Monosaccharides:1sugar Uptoabou

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    Diffusion bio video 9.20.13
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    Diffusion BioVideoNotes9/20/13 Diffusion Physicalpropertyofallmatter Individualmoleculesmoverandomly,butwithdiffusiontheneteffectisnon random o Figure7.13page132 Moleculescouldmoveequallywellinalldirectionssoeach moleculeismovingrandomly,butthereisanet

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    Cells bio video 9.17.13
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    Cells(125141) BioVideonotes9/17/13 Cellminimumorganizationoflivingmatter CallMembraneModels(outsideofacell) Allcellshaveathinoutercoveringthatsurroundsthecell Allmembranewithinacellisbasicallythesame o Sobasicallywhetherweretalkingaboutaplasmamembraneor

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    Bio video lecture notes 9.11.13
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    FunctionalGroups 9/11/13 OrganicMolecules: Carbon,Hydrogen,Oxygen,Nitrogen(somesulfurandsomephosphorus) FunctionalGroups Groupofatomsattachedtothecarbonbackboneoforganicmolecules Causechangesinphysicalcharacteristicsandchemicalproperties helpsunderstandor

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    Chapter 26
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    1 NOTES FOR BIOLOGY 1202 DR. STEVEN POMARICO, INSTRUCTOR CHAPTER 26 Phylogeny and the Tree of Life The discipline of systematics classifies organisms based on shared relationships. -Systematics is the analytical study of the diversity and relationships of

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    Chapter 25
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    1 NOTES FOR BIOLOGY 1202 DR. STEVEN POMARICO, INSTRUCTOR CHAPTER 25 THE HISTORY OF LIFE ON EARTH >A time line for planet earth The earth is very old About 4.6 billion years old As earth cooled the oceans formed How did life originate? Was it really sponta

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    Chapter 24
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    1 NOTES FOR BIOLOGY 1202 DR. STEVEN POMARICO, INSTRUCTOR CHAPTER 24 THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES What is a species? -Species Many species were originally distinguished by morphology Two organisms that look alike must be the same species However, biological speci

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    CHAPTER 23 BIOL1202
    Course: BIOL 1201
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    CHAPTER23 EvolutionandPopulation> Populationisalocalizedgroupofindividualsthatbelongtothesamebiologicalspecies. INDIVIDUALSDONTEVOLVEPOPULATIONSEVOLVE Interestinheritabletraits,genesbeingpassedon. Clineisagradedvariationinatraitthatparallelsagradientinthe

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    BIOL 1202- Chapte 22
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    1 Chapter 22 Descent with Modification: A Darwinian View of Life The first convincing case of evolution was published by Charles Darwin in 1859. -Evolution is the transformation of lifeforms on earth over time. Thats where the misconception comes in. Darw

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    Bio Chapter 26
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    1 NOTES FOR BIOLOGY 1202 DR. STEVEN POMARICO, INSTRUCTOR CHAPTER 26 Phylogeny and the Tree of Life The discipline of systematics classifies organisms based on shared relationships. -Systematics is the analytical study of the diversity and relationships of

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    Biol 1201 Outline15
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    1 OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Chapter 15 THE CHROMOSOMAL BASIS OF INHERITANCE >Mendelian inheritance has it physical basis in the behavior of chromosomes during sexual life cycles. -Chromosomes and genes are both paired in diploid cells.

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    Biol 1201 Outline14-2
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    1 OUTLINES FOR BIOLOGY 1201 DR. STEVEN POMARICO Chapter 14 MENDEL AND THE GENE IDEA >The father of genetics: Johann (Gregor) Mendel Mendel was a monk who was trained in science at the University of Vienna. The realization that both parents contributed to

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    Lecture 36
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    Lecture36Guide November 26 READINGS:pgs.824828;835837;976979inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from Signals: Plant Hormones in Lecture 35 Light Receptors in Plants a.Importanceoflightdetection response b. Receptors -Blue light receptors -Phytochromes Examp

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    Lecture 33
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    Lecture33Guide November 14 *Restriction enzymes are naturally found in bacterial cells READINGS:pgs381390;393394;396403inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework31(dueWednesdaybefore10am ) Viruses 1. 2. 3. 4. ViralGeno m es(ani malviruses) 1.

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    Lecture 34
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    Lecture34Guide November19 READINGS :pgs396404;417421;426428;432436;206210inCampbellBiology9 thed. ApplicationsofDNAtechnology Diagnosisofdiseaseidentifyinfectiousagentsorsequenceofknownmutations HumangenetherapyPharmacologicalproductsExamples:insulinandhu

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    Lecture 35
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    Lecture 35 Guide November 21 READINGS:pgs432436;206220;824828inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework33(dueWednesdaybefore10am ) Continue from Genome Sizes and Estimated Numbers in Lecture 34 Signaling Transduction: series of steps linking a

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    Lecture 31
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    Lecture 31 Guide November 9 READINGS:pgs334348inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework29(dueFridaybefore10am) Continue from Transcription: Termination in Lecture 29 Translation and Polyribosomes Polyriboso m es/MultiplePeptideC opiesfro m th

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    Lecture 32
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    Lecture32Guide November 12 READINGS:pgs346356inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework30(dueMondaybefore10am ) Continue from Gene Expression in Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya in Lecture 30 Enzyme Activity versus Gene Expression precursor feedb

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    Lecture 29
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    Lecture29Guide November 5 READINGS:pgs313322,325327inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework27(dueMondaybefore10am ) More Replication Overview Replication Mechanism 1. Helicase:separatesDNAstrandsatseveralpoints 2. Primase:c onstructsRNApri m

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    Lecture 27
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    Lecture27Guide October 31 READINGS:pgs296310inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue with Crossing-over occurred during meiosis from Lecture 26 Altered Chromosome Numbers 1.Aneuploidyabnor malchro m oso m e number(nondisjunctioninm eiosis) Example1Triso m y 21in

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    Lecture 30
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    Lecture30Guide November 7 READINGS:pgs328339inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from Beadle and Tatum Experiment in Lecture 29 Differences Between DNA and RNA 1.RNApossesssugarriboseinsteadofdeoxyribosefoundinDNA 2.DNAisdoublestranded,RNAism o stlysinglestr

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    Lecture 26a
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    Lecture 26 Guide October 29 READINGS:pgs271279,289297inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework24(dueMondaybefore10am ) Continue with Fly Cross (naming alleles) from Lecture 25 Sex-Linkage on Human Y-Chromosome (Comparison) 1.Y chro m oso m e

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    Lecture 28
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    Lecture 28 Guide November 2 READINGS: pgs306313inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Determining Structure of DNA 1 . 2. Nucleotide (sugar, phosphate, base) - Review 5 G Sugar nitrogenousbase 3 T C A Nucleic Acid Strand Bond with carbon 5 T Attatchement with phosphat

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    Lecture 26
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    Lecture 26 Guide October 29 READINGS:pgs271279,289297inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue with Fly Cross (naming alleles) from Lecture 25 Sex-Linkage on Human Y-Chromosome (Comparison) 1. 2. 3. 4. Proposed Y Chromosome Map (linkage groups) X-Inactivation a.

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    Lecture 25a
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    Lecture25Guide October 24 READINGS:pgs271279,286292inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: Ho m ework23(dueWednesdaybefore10am ) Continue with Mendelian Inheritance in Humans from Lecture 24 Mendel Review two alleles per character, one is dominant al

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    Lecture 25
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    Lecture25Guide October 24 READINGS:pgs271279,286292inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue with Mendelian Inheritance in Humans from Lecture 24 Chromosomes and Genes 1. 2. 3. The Fruit Fly - Genetic Model Advantagesofusingfruitflies( Drosophilamelanogaster)forg

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    Lecture 21
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    Lecture21Guide October 15 READINGS:pgs248260 Continue at Loss of Cell Cycle Controls in Cancer Cells from Lecture 20 Chromosomes and Sexual Reproduction 1.So maticc ellsarenor mallydiploid(2n) 2.Humanso maticc ellsc ontain 22pairsofho m ologouschro m oso

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    Lecture 17
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    Lecture 17 Guide October 5 READINGS:pgs184197inCa mpbellBiology9thed. PHOTOSYNTHESIS 6 CO 2 +12 H 2 O +lig h t Photosynthesis/Leaves(se eFig.10.3) Light Absorption and Photosynthesis C 6 H 12 O 6 +6 O 2 +6 H 2 O C hlorophylla&babsorbblueandredwavelengths

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    Lecture 24
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    Lecture24Guide October 22 READINGS:pgs271279inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue with Trihybrid Cross from Lecture 23 Beyond Mendel Incomplete Dominance 1. Twoalleles,neitherdo minates. Three phenotypes 2. Example:red,white,andpink flowersinsnapdragons,car

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    Lecture 23
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    Lecture23Guide October 19 READINGS:pgs265271inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Alleles - \"genes\" and chromosomes Ho m ologous,si milarinappearanceandgeneticmakeup Important terms: Phenotype Physicalappearancebasedongeneticmakeup G enotype G eneticmakeup;allelesinin

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    Lecture 22
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    Lecture 22 Guide October 17 Continue from Mitosis Review in Lecture 21 Heritable Variation and Species Species:apopulationorgroupofpopulationsthathavethepotentialto produceviable,fertileoffspring interbreedand Population:alocalizedgroupofindividualsofthe

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    TEST 3 SG
    Course: BIOL 1201
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    TEST 3 Lecture 17: QUESTIONS 1. What are the two major parts of photosynthesis? What are the major inputs and outputs for each part? The two major components of photosynthesis: Light reactions and the Calvin Cycle. The inputs into the light reactions ar

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    Lecture 19
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    Lecture 19 Guide October 10 READINGS: pgs228234inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from C4 and CAM Metabolism in Lecture 18 Cell Division c ellreproduction Cell Division in Eukaryotic Cells 1.Mitosisreplicatoinofgeneticinfor mationinchro m oso m es 2.C ytok

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    Lecture 18
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    Lecture 18 Guide October 8 READINGS:pgs196204inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Comparison of Chemiosmosis in Mitochondria and Chloroplasts *O c cursindifferent organellesbutstillusessi milarproc esses Calvin Cycle 1.ReductionofC O2 poweredby NADPHandATP 2.Divided

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    Lecture 20
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    Lecture 20 Guide October 12 READINGS:pgs234241,248250inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from Mitosis Nuclear Division in Lecture 19 *Clicker questions -Binary fission can be found in prokaryotic cells Prokaryotic cells lack all cytoskeletal proteins (cant

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    Lecture 15 Exam 2
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    Lecture 15 Guide September 28, 2012 *Clicker questions: Where acetyl CoA takes place, where reactions of the citric acid cycle takes place, Fate of carbons that are fed into the CAC in acetyl CoA become carbon dioxide Continue from the Glycolysis-Citric A

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    Lecture 16 Exam 2
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    Lecture 16 Guide October 1, 2012 READINGS:pgs176182inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Connections to Other Pathways, Glycolysis and the Krebs Cycle Are Connected to Other Pathways ProteinsandlipidscanfeedintoGlycolysisandtheCitricacidc ycle Reverseprovidescarbonbac

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    Lecture 10 Exam 2
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    Lecture 10 Guide September 17, 2012 *Clicker questions: 1) The pH of a 1 (mM) NaOH solution is: pH 11 READINGS:pgs104108,112121 mpbellBiology9thed. inCa Continue Endomembrane System from Lecture 9 Lysosomes (Fig.6.13) vesiclec ontaininghydrolyticenzy m es

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    Lecture 12 Exam 2
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    Lecture 12 Guide September 21 READINGS: pgs132141inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from Diffusion in Lecture 11 Study Guide Solute Transport across Membranes Facilitated Diffusion(Fig.7.17 )passivetransportofsolutesacrossam e m brane(down ac oncentration

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    Lecture 14 Exam 2
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    Lecture 14 Guide September 26 READINGS:pgs160170inCa mpbellBiology9thed. Continue from Feedback Inhibition in Lecture 13 Study Guide Energy Flow in Ecosystemsbreakdownofsugarsisc oupledtotheproductionofsugars LightEnergy Photosynthesis C o2+H2O Sugars+O2

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    Lecture 13 Exam 2
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    Lecture 13 Guide September 24 Continue from Bulk Transport across the Plasma Membrane in Lecture 12 Study Guide Introduction to Cellular Metabolism 1.C ellsrequirec onstantinputofenergy 2.Metabolicreactionsrequireenergy(endergonic )orreleaseenergy(exergon

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    Lecture 9 Exam 2
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    Lecture 9 Guide September 14, 2012 *Clicker question: How many millimeters are in one micrometer? -Secretory proteins are: not functional in a cell. They are secreted out of the cell. E.C oliEnterobacteria,20minutegenerationtime,100billionto10trillionpass

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    Lecture 11 Exam 2
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    Lecture 11 Guide September 19 READINGS:pgs112122 inCa mpbellBiology9thed. CONTINUE: Cell Cytoskeleton from Lecture 10 Study Guide MEMBRANE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION Membrane Models (Fig. 7.3) 1 .Phospholipid bilayerwith integral/peripheral preteins (carb

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    Lecture 5 Exam 1
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    Lecture 5 Guide A ugust31,2012 READINGS:pgs5869inCa mpbellBiology9thed. MASTERING BIOLOGY: OnlineHo m ework3(due10am,beforeclass) Carbon Compounds I mportantBiologicalBuildingBlocks For mationofBondsbyCarbon (se eFig.4.3) 1. C for msfourc ovalentbonds,h

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    Lecture 6 Exam 1
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    Lecture 6 Guide* S epte mber5,2012 * Clickerquestions 1)Areactionthatinvolvesthelossofwater, c ondensation Continue Introduction to Macromolecules (and friends)from lecture 5 Carbohydrates 1) MadeupofC,H,andO 2) Linearorringedstructures 3) Monosaccharide

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    Lecture 1 Exam 1
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    Lecture1StudyGuide August 20 Readings:C hapter1 COURSE MECHANICS(READTHE SYLLABUSONMOODLE) 1.Previewreadings,doMasteringBiologyassignment 2.Takegoodnotesinlecture 3. Reviewnotesandtextreadings. 4. Answer studyguidequestionsaftereachclass 5.Findanswerstoun

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    Lecture 8 Exam 1
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    Pretty Solid Dude Lecture 8 Guide September 10,2012 Nucleic Acids 1.Store/transfergeneticinfor mationforproteinsynthesis a. Deoxyribonucleicacid(DNA) b.Ribonucleicacid(RNA) 2.Nucleicacids:poly m ersofnucleotides ProteinSynthesis(Fig.5.25)(whataretheroleso

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    Lecture 2 Exam 1
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    Lecture 2 Study Guide August 22 Readings:C hapter1 The Scientific Classification System is Hierarchal E xamplewithtwoorganis ms:OwenthehippopotamusandMzeethetortoise Group\"Owen\"Mzee\" DOMAINS: BACTERIA, ARCHAEA, AND EUKARYA OWEN AND MZEE BELONG TO PHYLUM (

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    Lecture 4 Exam 1
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    Lecture 4 Guide August27,2012 Clicker questions1) Ato msofagivenele m entalwayshavethesa me numberof protons 2)Ato msinawaterm ole culeareheldtogetherby polarc ovalentbonds 3)Hydrogenbondsarestrongerthan_bonds( noneoftheabove ,(c ovalent,polarc ovalent,

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    Biol Pic 1
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    Biology test 5 notes
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    Wednesday, Nov. 9 Control Systems in Plants o Types of plant hormones o Examples of Hormone Function Types of Plant Hormones o Auxins Stem elongation, differentiation, apical dominance o Cytokinins Cell division, germination o Givverellins Seed, bud,

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    Final Exam Learning Objectives
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    Final Exam, Non-cumulative portion 1) Be able to describe the six major plant hormones (Table 39.1) and their major functions. 2) Describe how hormonally controlled functions are controlled in plants. 3) Compare and contrast the concept of antagonistic pa

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    Exam 1 Learning Objectives
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    Exam 1 Learning Objectives 1) Identify acids, bases, and salts based on dissociation patterns. Bloom 2 2) Differentiate between protons, neutrons and electrons, atomic number and atomic mass, and how isotopes relate to these topics. Bloom 4 3) Describe ho

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    Biology Notes5
    Course: BIOL 1201
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    Pre-read Pages 943-963 Types of Plant Hormones Strigolactones o Apical dominance, germination, attract mycorrhizal fungi to the root Further into discussion Auxin in Stem elongation Auxin produced in the apical meristem (very top and bottom of the plant

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    Biology Notes2
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    6Pages 160-180 Loads of illustrations and figures Cellular respiration More particles, less disorder, more order Like people in an elevator 1 person can stand anywhere he/she wants More people, they can stand anywhere except where more people are More par

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    Bio Prac Test
    Course: BIOL 1201
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    Prokaryotic cells do not perform phagocytosis. This is in part because they lack which of the following organelles? Golgi complexes Which of the following molecules represent inputs from the Krebs Cycle? FAD and NAD+ Output? CO2 The oxidized form of FAD i

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    Biology Finals Guide
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    1. Major Plant Hormones and their functions a. Promote Seed Germination? a.i. Cytokinins a.ii. Gibberellins a.iii. Brassinosteroids a.iv. Strigolactones b. Inhibit Seed Germination? b.i. Abscisic Acid (ABA) (seed dormancy) c. Promote Stem Elongation? c.i.

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    Biology Notes4
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    Skim page 248-261 Skim page 262-285 How do the chromosomes move on the spindle? In the centromere, theres a Kinetochore on the chromosome that eats up the microtubule that pulls in the chromosome to opposite ends. So, the chromosome eats up the spindle th

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    Biology Notes3
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    Skim Pages 325-350 (next time) Molecular Basis of Inheritance What is the structure of the genome? Chromosome and DNA structure How is the genome copied? DNA replication What is the genome used for? Synthesis of proteins Chromosome Structure Eukaryotic ch

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    BIOLOGY 1201 FINAL QUESTIONS from emilyn
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    My Final Exam: All of these are exact questions for the test. However many I end up having thats how many actually questions that material will encompass out of the 67 questions. Counting the one question with 3 true and false this is more than 90% of the

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    Biology (post exam 4)
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