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Tissues & Organs.rtf
Biology is derived from “bios” meaning life and “logos” meaning study.
Elements that are common in all organic compounds are the most abundant elements.
Two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom are released from the reactants during polymer formation of...
Eukaryotes contain membrane-bound organelles, whereas prokaryotes do not.
Two basic forms of energy exist; one is a result of motion and the other of rest.
The required chemical ingredients for food synthesis by plants are provided by their environment.
All green leaves participate in photosynthesis and respiration.
All cells come from preexisting cells.
The parental generation is labeled P.
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BIOL 2011 - Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab - Must take with BIOL 2010 CRN 802
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BIOL 1011 - Principles of Life Lab - Must take with BIOL 1010
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