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BIOL 120: Principles of Biology

School: Towson University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 26

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Insect Herbivory: Evolution and Impact on Speciation and Diversity
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Discover the evolution of plant-eating habits in insects, the links between moths, butterflies, caddisflies, flies, and fleas. Explore the hypothesis of how herbivory could influence speciation and diversity within the insect kingdom.

Langerhans Cells: Stratum Spinosum, Corneum, Granulosum, or Basale?
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Discover the role and location of Langerhans cells key components of the human immune system found in the skin. Learn about the different layers of the skin and where these cells predominantly reside. By the end of the video you'll know that Langerhans cells are mainly found in the Stratum Spinosum layer

ATP's Role: Energy Storage, Catabolism Result, or Both?
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Unlock the secrets of ATP's essential role in powering life's processes. Discover why ATP is a specialized molecule that stores energy for your cells. Learn how to differentiate between common misconceptions and the real function of ATP.

DNA Replication: The Semiconservative Explanation
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Explore the concept of semiconservative DNA replication, where each new DNA molecule retains one original strand. Understand the significance of this mechanism in ensuring accurate genetic information transfer across cell generations.

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

Tibia Anatomy and Interosseous Membrane: Correct Bone Option
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Learn about the anatomy of the tibia, one of the lower leg bones, and discover how it's connected to the fibula through the interosseous membrane. Find out the correct answer regarding the tibia's structure and connections.

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