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11.29.07_109 - The last BIO 109 lecture what is that thin...

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Figure 2.10x, Campbell et al., 4th ed. The last BIO 109 lecture… what is that thin layer of life called?
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Terms and concepts for the final exam… Science, hypothesis, experiment, prediction, biosphere, ecosystem, community, population, species, organisms, organelle, tissue, cell, molecule, phylogeny, homology, DNA, nucleus, mitochrondria, chloroplast, endosymbiosis, cell wall, cytoplasm, mycorrhizae, mushroom, liverwort, moss, spore, pollination, fertilization, zygote, haploid, diploid, flower, seed, fruit, vascular system, root, pseudopodia, cilia, flagellum, evolution, ecology, Charles Darwin, biology, producer, consumer, decomposer, theory, convergent evolution, binomial, genus, monophyly, paraphyly, aerobic, anaerobic, pathogen, autotroph, heterotroph, cyanobacteria, toxin, Lyme disease, multicellular, fossil fuel, blastula, gastrula, larva, metamorphosis, meiosis, mitosis, metric system (including meter, gram, liter, etc.), radial symmetry, bilateral symmetry, anterior, posterior, ventral, dorsal, coelom, suspension feeder, sessile, segmentation, open circulatory system, closed circulatory system, crossing over, independent assortment, Gregor Mendel, cell cycle, natural selection and its central tenets, mutation, fitness, inheritance of acquired characteristics, Jean Baptiste Lamarck, sexual selection, incomplete dominance, dominant gene, recessive gene, allele…
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More terms and concepts for the final exam… amniotic egg, ectothermic, artificial selection, fossil record, strata, biogeography, species, gene pool, population genetics, microevolution, Hardy- Weinberg equilibrium, genetic drift, gene flow, directional selection, stabilizing selection, disruptive selection, sexual dimorphism, speciation, feathers, genome, asexual reproduction, chromosome, cell division, prokaryotic chromosome, eukaryotic chromosome, gamete, zygote, daughter cells, homozygous, heterogyzous, genotype, phenotype, recessive gene, carrier, recessive disorder, dominant disorder, hemophilia, descent with modification, biological species concept, allopatric speciation, adaptive radiation, dinosaurs, Archaeopteryx , continental drift, Laurasia, Pangaea, Gondwanaland, Neanderthal, lemur, anthropoid, hominoid, chimpanzee, bonobo, gorilla, hominid, australopiths, Lucy, Homo habilis , Homo erectus , Homo sapiens , bipedality, erect stance, culture, Life, Prokaryota, Eukaryota, Plantae, Bryophytes, Vascular Plants, Fungi, Protista, Animalia, Protostome,
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