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Dr. Bird 100 questions 50 2 nd  semester 50 cumulative Scenarios Cell theory- all living things come from other cells, smallest living things Prokaryotes and eukaryotees- structures they have in common, structures that define then Ionic covelant and hydrogen bonds.  Water and pH Cell structures and functions DNA Structures of chromosomes, chromatin, completmentart bases Ribosomes Photosynthesis and resperation, no particulars about each pathways, major things go in major  things come out. Big picture items
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Unformatted text preview: Cell cycle, how is is slowed down, check points. Patternes of in heritance; at most she will ask for one cross. Diploid calls haploid cells. Dr. Strand Do well on first exam you should be good on the cumulative things. Where the stuff is from pools and how it gets into ecosystems Products od nitofication k- carrying capacity the black and yellow daring patterns of any insects provides an example of _ apposymatic_ coloation...
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