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Bio G 110 In Class Review

Bio G 110 In Class Review - Bio G 110 Review Vitalism...

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Bio G 110 Review - Vitalism - Materialism - What is science? Serendipitous discoveries ( Serendipity ) : having a wise mind, but taking advantage of luck - Walter Cannon - Where did life come from? The Big Bang Theory (Light Elements) Prebiotic Evolution First Cell No such thing as Spontaneous Generation on earth - Pasteur: Pasteurization - The cell is the basic unit of life Organelles Mitochondria: Krebs cycle, Electron Transport Chain, Part of Cellular respiration (Goal to generate ATP) Order of Secretion: E.R. Golgi Plasma Membrane - The nutritional requirements of life Vitamins: C (James Lind- scurvy), A (feeding cows and feeding mice), B1 (rice polish) Beri Beri, B3 (Joseph Goldberger) Pellagra: Microorganisms or nutrient deficiency cause disease? - Photosynthesis: Takes place in the chloroplast Light Reactions (ATP and NADPH) Dark Reactions Carbon Dioxide C(H2O) - Thought everything came out of water…trees, life; But this was discovered to be false - Digestion: William Beaumont and Alexis St. Martin (Shot by a musket, treated by Dr.
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