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BIOL 1151: Principles of Biology Laboratory

School: East Carolina University

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Accessory Digestive Organs: Functions and Importance
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Explore the essential roles of accessory digestive organs, including the liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and salivary glands. Understand their functions, from enzyme secretion to nutrient breakdown. Gain insights into the intricacies of the human digestive process.

DNA Polymerase: The Builder of DNA Strands
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Explore the crucial role of DNA polymerase in the DNA replication process. Understand its function in synthesizing new DNA strands. Dissect common misconceptions about this vital enzyme.

Ants & Instincts: Decoding Chemical-Triggered Fixed Action Patterns
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Discover the intriguing behavioral responses of ants, triggered by chemical cues. This video explains how ants instinctively handle their dead, highlighting the significance of fixed action patterns in animal behavior. Learn how biology and behavior seamlessly connect in the complex world of ants.

Eukaryotic Cell Anatomy: From Membrane to Cytoskeleton
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Explore the intricate eukaryotic cell structure, from the protective plasma membrane to the vital organelles. Learn how DNA, ribosomes, and the cytoskeleton play pivotal roles in cellular function. Dive deep into the world of mitochondria, ER, and the Golgi apparatus.

Adaptations in Photosynthesis: Unraveling C4 and CAM Plants' Secrets
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Discover the unique adaptations of C4 and CAM plants in photosynthesis. Understand their evolved strategies to fix carbon efficiently in challenging environments. Dive into nature's remarkable mechanisms of survival and adaptation.

What Process Involves Ion-Driven Molecule Transport in Opposite Direct
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In cell biology, the "driving ion" is a pivotal concept. It refers to ions moving from areas of high to low concentration, generating energy for various cellular transport processes. This gradient is crucial for nutrient uptake and waste elimination. Multiple processes involve a driving ion, including facilitated diffusion, symport transport, primary active transport pumps, and cotransport. Facilitated diffusion aids molecule movement along their gradient, while symport moves multiple substance

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