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BIOL 1407 General Biology II is an Engineering course at Lamar University. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this Engineering course.
These notes cover the second half of the plant structure notes. This is what we discussed in class end of week one and beginning of week two.
These notes cover the section on transportation within the plant.
These are the notes from plant nutrition.
This study guide covers all of the plant material from the beginning of the course. The exam is on February 20th (Monday). It covers plant structure, transport, nutrition, and reproduction. If you missed any class and would like to see the notes, they are also available on my page.
These notes cover plant reproduction which was on the first exam.
These notes cover digestion and the extra portion of general nutrition. If you missed class on Wednesday there is a huge chunk of notes mostly over diabetes that he added in class so if you are going to get one set of notes this would be the smart choice.
These notes cover circulation, discussed the week before spring break.
These notes cover the respiratory system.
These notes cover the immune system which was covered the week leading up to the exam.
This study guide covers the information for exam 2. This includes the sections on tissues (animal form and function), digestive system, circulatory system, respiratory system, and the immune system. I have included terms, a summary of the textbook chapters, and some review questions for each section.
These notes cover thermoregulation and excretion, the main portion of our next test.
These notes cover the majority of our next exam, reproduction. The test will also cover ecology and behavior which are in blackboard. The next study guide will be posted next week and cover all of the essential material. These are the longest notes yet and I would recommend that if you did not go to class that you get them.
This study guide contains the terms for reproduction, population ecology, community ecology, and environmental ecology. It also has the key concepts from each of these chapters. Yoder also gave us a sheet to study the comprehensive portion of the test so I have included most of this in a different way to help study. There will also be extra credit for the nervous system and embryology on the tes