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BIOL 3150: Functional Human Anatomy

School: Clemson University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 2

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Unraveling Human Body's Structural Sequence from Molecules to Organism
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Explore the intricate layers of organization in the human body. From molecules to the complete organism, understand the sequential formation of our biological structure. Uncover the reasons behind incorrect hierarchical interpretations.

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Unraveling Genetics: Mendel's Legacy to Modern Complexity

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This video traces the evolution of genetic understanding, beginning with Mendel's foundational pea plant experiments, which birthed basic inheritance laws. It delves into complexities like co-dominance, incomplete dominance, and polygenic inheritance. Highlighting the integral role of DNA, it explains its structure and replication, shedding light on mutations. The narrative underscores the interplay of genes with the environment, introducing epigenetics and the myriad ways genes express, shaping

DNA Replication Explained: Climbing the Double-Helix Staircase
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Explore the world of DNA replication by comparing it to climbing a staircase. Understand the roles of leading and lagging strands, and discover the importance of DNA Polymerase III in this intricate process.

Shared Genes: Why Humans & Prokaryotes Share 1000?
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Explore the fascinating intersection of human and prokaryotic genetics revealing that both contain about 1000 shared genes despite their complexity difference. The video explains how this common genetic heritage can be traced back to a universal ancestor covering the essential functions these genes perform like metabolism and DNA replication.

Decoding Potassium Chloride: Is it a Salt, Acid, Base, or Buffer?
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Explore the nature of compounds in chemistry, focusing on potassium chloride (KCl) and its dissociation. Understand the distinctions between salts, acids, bases, and buffers. Dive into the characteristic behaviors of each to identify the true nature of KCl.

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