ReviewEXAM 3 - Ch 15 Evolution on a Small Scale • 15.1...

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EXAM 3 REVIEW
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Ch. 12 Gene Regulation and Cancer 12.1 Control of Gene Expression Reproductive/Therapeutic Cloning Levels of Gene Expression Prokaryotes-have operons Eukaryotes-many levels of control in nucleus and ctoplasm 12.2 Cancer- uncontrolled cell division Proto-Oncogenes /Tumor Suppressor Genes Other genetic problems that can lead to cancer
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Ch. 13 Genetic Counseling 13.1Counseling for Chromosomal disorders Karyotyping,testing,mutations (deletions,etc) 13.2 Counseling for Genetic Disorders Family pedigree, well-known disorders(i.e.sickle cell),testing 13.3 Gene Therapy Ex vivo and in vivo
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Ch. 14 Darwin and Evolution 14.1 Darwin’sTheory Thoughts before Darwin Darwin’s conclusions (from fossils, etc…) Natural selection and adaptation 14.2 Evidence 4 Types: fossil, biogeographical, anatomical,molecular
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Unformatted text preview: Ch. 15 Evolution on a Small Scale • 15.1 Microevolution – Causes of (ex. Mutations, gene flow, nonrandom mating, genetic drift) • 15.2 Natural Selection – Types (directional, stabilizing, disruptive) – Maintenance of variations Ch. 16 Evolution on a Large Scale • 16.1 Macroevolution – How we define species, reproductive barriers,allopatric/sympatric • 16.2 Fossil Record – Gradualistic vs punctuated equilibrium model – Mass extinctions • 16.3 Systematics • Classifications (linnean, phylogeny, cladistics Ch. 19 Both Water and Land:Animals • 19.1 Evolution of animals – Germ layers, symmetry, cephalization, coelem, segmentation 19.2 Invertebrates – Sponges, cnidarians, flatworms and roundworms • 19.3 Protosome vs. deuterosome • 19.4 Molluscs, annelids and arthropods...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course BIOL 110 taught by Professor Duwel during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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ReviewEXAM 3 - Ch 15 Evolution on a Small Scale • 15.1...

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