BIO-182 Quiz 1 Study Guide
• What are the four different species concept approaches to defining a species? - The biological species concept states that a species is a group of populations whose members have the potential...
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#1. Using the yeast signal transduction pathways, both types of mating cells release the mating factors. These factors bind to specific receptors on the correct cells, A) which induce changes...
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Campell Biology Chapter 10 Photosynthesis
#1. If photosynthesizing green algae are provided with CO2 synthesized with heavy oxygen (18O), later analysis will show that all but one of the following compounds produced by the algae contain...
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#1. what are key adaptions for life on land - seeds and pollen grains #2. 5 derived traits of seed plants - Reduced gametophytes Heterospory Megaspores ♀ and microspores ♂ Ovules Pollen #3. ...
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Unit 2: Chapter 8
...reactions B) hydrolysis C) respiration D) digestion E) catabolic reactions - A #10. 10) Biological evolution of life on Earth, from simple prokaryote-like cells to large, multicellar eukaryotic...
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Ch 52 Introduction to Ecology & the biosphere
#1. Abiotic Interactions - interactions between organisms & their non-living environment #2. Biotic Interactions - interactions among living things #3. List types of abiotic interactions - temperat...
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A introduction to invertebrates
#1. sessile and have porous body and choanocytes - sponges #2. suspension feeders- capture food particles that are suspended in the water - sponges #3. sponges belong to what phylum? - Porifera #4....
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...the preceding one #10. Systems biology - Exploiting a biological system by analyzing the interactions...Study of sets of genes in one or more species #5. Biology - The scientific study of life #6. Evolution ...
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Biology 1 for exam 3
#1. Character - Heritable feature that varies amongst individuals #2. True-breeding - Plants that produce offspring of the same variety when they self-pollinate #3. What do we mean when we use the t...
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...modification, DNA methylation, #11. Most novel biological structures evolve in many stages from previously...nitrogen-14 with a half-life of 5,700 years. A biological sample is found to have 1/16 as much C-14...
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Unit 2: Chapter 6
...artifacts. - A #7. 7) What is the reason that a modern electron microscope (TEM) can resolve biological images to the subnanometer level, as opposed to tens of nanometers achievable for the best...
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Exam One BIO108
#1. Characteristics of Life - 1. Organization (cells-organism) 2. Take materials and energy (heterotroph/autotroph) 3. Reproduce 4. Respond to stimuli 5. Homeostatic 6. Grow and develop (fertilizatio...
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Chapter 12 PPT (The Cell Cycle)
#1. Overview : The Key Roles of Cell Division Always produce____ - the same or identical cells #2. Overview : The Key Roles of Cell Division Go with Cell Theory saying that all cells come from _...
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