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BIOL 1201: Biology for Science Majors I

School: Louisiana State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 4

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Eukaryotic DNA: Cohesin, Chromatids & Chromatin Explained
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Unravel the intricacies of a eukaryotic cell, its DNA structure, and the proteins that aid its function. Delve into the roles of cohesin, condensin, and histones, and discover the difference between chromatin, nucleosomes, and sister chromatids. Gain clarity on the pivotal structure ensuring successful cell division.

Osmosis Effects: Comparing Plant & Animal Cells in Different Solutions
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Explore the effects of isotonic, hypertonic, and hypotonic solutions on plant and animal cells. Understand water movement, solute concentration dynamics, and the resulting cellular changes, including turgidity in plants and crenation or lysis in animals.

Balancing Act: How Negative Feedback Loops Maintain Harmony
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Discover the concept of negative feedback loops in biological systems, where balance is maintained by counteracting changes. Explore the four key components: Stimulus, Sensor, Control Center, and Effector, through examples like blood sugar regulation. Uncover how these loops play a crucial role in keeping our body systems in harmony.

Wernicke's Area Damage: Impact on Movement, Speech, or Language?
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Explore the critical role of Wernicke's area in language comprehension named after German neurologist Carl Wernicke. Understand what happens when this brain region is damaged. By the end of the video you'll know that damage to Wernicke's area affects understanding language

Metanephridia vs. Nephrons: Earthworm & Mammal Waste Management
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This videos teaches the mechanisms behind waste elimination in earthworms and mammals. Learn how metanephridia in earthworms and nephrons in mammalian kidneys work differently to perform crucial functions. Clear up common misconceptions and deepen your understanding of these biological systems.

White & Gray Rami: Anatomy, Fibers & Nervous System Insights
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Explore the anatomy of white and gray rami communicantes, their ties to spinal nerves, and the distinct fibers in each ramus. Learn how the myelinated fibers of white rami differ from the unmyelinated fibers in gray rami. Gain a deeper understanding of our nervous system's complexity through these intricate relationships.

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