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BIO 100 Intro to Biology is a Biomed Engr/Joint course at MU. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this Biomed Engr/Joint course.
Notes from the first week of class, combined with notes from Chapter 2.1 in the textbook. Structure drawings made by me in MS Paint, so you know it's good.
These notes cover both the chapter notes and lecture notes on the short section on water, and the significantly longer section on biological molecules.
These notes cover the basics on cells and their organelles, including the differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells.
These notes cover the first section on Cell Membranes and Energy. They are abbreviated because the first class of this week was spent on a quiz. Practice problems for the quiz will be included in the study guide for the first test.
These notes cover two sections - cellular energy and the process of photosynthesis. Charts are provided for both the light dependent and light independent cycles, and are explained in-detail. This is about half of the material that will be on Quiz 2.
68 question study guide with complete answers based on notes, includes diagrams and charts where applicable. Material for quiz 2 begins at question 45.
These notes cover the information from right before the second Exam, including the difference between C4/CAM plants and C3 plants, and the material on cellular respiration.
These notes cover the first section of material for the third exam, including DNA replication, transcription, and translation.
These notes review the process of mitosis (with labeled diagrams), and include the different types that dividing cells can be.
These notes cover the third exam, mitosis through dihybrid punnett squares!
These notes are on cancer cells, meiosis, and the process of meiosis explained with diagrams and labeled pictures.
These are the lab lecture notes on the principles of genetics, including both regular punnett squares and dihybrid ones as well
Four sections, 25 25 25 20 questions each respectively. Based on class lecture notes and definition sheets. Answers to each provided.