Bio Notes Feb 16

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Unformatted text preview: Bio Notes Feb 16 W, Feb 23, 4:15- 5:30 in Lisner Hall 335 H, Feb 24, 9:15 to 10:30 in Bell 205 We should know some of the main geological times and what is going on there. Pick and choose what you think is important. Endosymbitoic theory- very important that explains the entire distribution of organelles including the mitcochondria and the chloroplast. Mass Extinction- decreased biodiversity drastically caused by climate change. Precautionary principle is exteremely important because it will prevent anything bad from happening because we wont know it it will occur/ Q. Convergent Evolution Q. D and F Q. shared derived characters Q. 3,2,1,4 Earliest Organisms- Leads to the three Domains, Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya Bacteria Masteers of the environment- We can identify and classify by them by shape. Another way to classify them is through size or shape or motility. The examples in the slides show this being demonstrated. Domain Bacteria- - Unicellular- prokaryotic- no membrane enclosed orgnaelles. Sometimes an organelle is by definition a membrane, but in other books, anything is considered an orgnanelle....
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