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Connect+the+dots+slides (1) - Ch 1 all life is connected;...

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Atoms, molecules and bonding (Ch 2) Organelles, cells, tissue etc (Ch 4) Reductionism versus emergence (Ch 1) Hypothesis versus theory and the Scientific Method (Ch 1) Hierarchy – species, populations, communities, ecosystem, biosphere Ecology: which level includes all the rest? (Ch 1) Ch 1 – all life is connected; Biological organization
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Nucleolus: rRNA; ribosomes (protein synthesis) (Ch 4) Nucleus: RNA, DNA (Ch 4) Nucleotides, high energy phosphodiester bonds (Ch 2,3, 7) A,G purines, C,U,T pyrimidines (Ch 3) Nucleosomes: cotton reel configuration (Ch 10) sister chromatids (Ch 10) Chromatin condenses to heterochromatin (Ch 10) Scaffolding proteins: hold heterochromatin loops together as condense to chromosomes (Ch 10) #1. Nucleus, Nucleolus, Chromatin, Nucleosomes, Chromosomes
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#2. Fig 5-9: The orientation of a protein in the PM (protein + CHO) is determined by the pathway of its synthesis and transport Protein trafficking: protein
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Connect+the+dots+slides (1) - Ch 1 all life is connected;...

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