Readings for all topics covered in Biology during this semester

Readings for all topics covered in Biology during this semester

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Readings for all topics covered in Biology during this semester Readings Biology, biologists and biosciences Biology: Exploring the Diversity of Life. First Canadian edition. o Chapter 19: 19.3 The Linnaean system of classification, 424. o Chapter 20: Up to and including 20.4 The fossil record and 20.5a Continental Drift, 439-449 o Prospering in Biology, x-xi (Preface material is not in the SSO version, use the ebook version in your study tools) Hadean eon Chapter 2: o 2.1 What is life? o 2.2 Chemical origins of life o 2.3 The origins of Information and metabolism Purple pages: F7-13, 17; Chemical bonds, water, carbon molecules. Archean eon Chapter 2: o 2.5e The flagella of eukaryotes and prokaryotes are not evolutionarily related Chapter 21: o 21.1 The Full extent of prokaryote diversity is unkown. o 21.2 Prokaryote structure and function o 21.3 The Domain Bacteria o 21.4 The Domain Archea Chapter 6: 6.1 The chemical basis of respiration. Proterozoic eon Chapter 23: Introduction, 23.1 Evolution of protists involved endosymbiosis 23.2 What is a protest? Characteristics of protists 23.3 Protist diversity is reflected in their metabolism reproduction, structure and habitat
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23.4 The protists groups o 23.4c Alveoloates have complex cytoplasmic structures and move via cilia or flagella (Ciliates, Dinoflagellates and Apicomplexa) o 23.4d Heterokonts have dissimal flagella at some stage in their life cycle (Diatoms, Brown algae) o 23.4f Amoebozoa includes slime molds and most amoeba 23.5 Some protist groups arose from primary endosymbosis and others from secondary endosymbiosis Chapter 2: 2.5 Eukaryote cells o 2.5a Endomembrane system is derived from the plasma membrane o 2.5b The theory of endosymbiosis suggests… o 2.5c Several lines of evidence support the theory of endosymbiosis o 2.5e Flagella of eukaryotes and prokaryotes… Chapter 10: 10.3 Genetic recombination in Eukaryotes: Meiosis o 10.3a Meiosis occurs in different places… Chapter 22: Introduction 22.1 What is a virus 22.2 Viruses infect bacterial, animal and plant cells by similar pathways 22.3 Viral infections are typically hard to treat 22.4Viruses may have evolved from fragments… Cambrian and Ordovician periods Chapter 26: Why it matters 26.1 What is an animal 26.2 Key innovations in Animal evolution
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Readings for all topics covered in Biology during this semester

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