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BIOL 201: Introductory Biology

School: Concordia University

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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.

Understanding Viral Emergence: Mutation, Transmission, and Disease Con
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Explore how viruses replicate and the various ways in which new viruses emerge. Understand the importance of mutation, cross-species transmission, and the significance of wider spread in host species for disease control strategies.

Muscle Contraction: Which Part Moves the Least? Origin vs. Insertion
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Uncover the fundamentals of human muscle contraction and anatomy in this lesson. Highlighting the distinct roles of muscle origin and insertion we clarify their functions in movement. Learn why the muscle origin is the cornerstone of stability during contraction anchoring our body mechanics.

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Organismic Unity: Evolution to DNA's Universal Bond
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Explore the key concepts that might illustrate the unity among all organisms including emergent properties descent with modification and natural selection. Understand why the structure and function of DNA ultimately stand as the best example of this unity

Balancing Act: How Negative Feedback Loops Maintain Harmony
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Discover the concept of negative feedback loops in biological systems, where balance is maintained by counteracting changes. Explore the four key components: Stimulus, Sensor, Control Center, and Effector, through examples like blood sugar regulation. Uncover how these loops play a crucial role in keeping our body systems in harmony.

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