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Here's all of my notes from Bio 111, or General Bio 1. This covers a lot on the basics of DNA replication, Cellular respiration, Genetics, and more.
Hope these notes help you!
These are the notes from the first week of classes! I hope they will work for you! There are many more to come(:
This is the first 2 weeks of notes!
-Strong and Weak Attractive Forces
Notes on Chapter 1
TOPICS COVERED: Water, Polarity, Cohesion, Adhesion, Surface Tension, Specific Heat, Solvent, Acids, Bases, Carbon, Hydrocarbons, Functional Groups, Hydroxl, Carbonyl, Phosphate, Methyl, Amino, Sulfhydryl, Carboxyl
Proteins, Carbs, and Lipids
Exam 2 Notes
Week 1 Notes Exam 2
TOPICS COVERED: DNA, Eukaryotic, Prokaryotic, Nucleus
Ribosomes, Endoplasmic Reticulum
Notes for chapters being tested in Exam 2!
TOPICS COVERED: Mitochondria, Golgi Apparatus, Ribosomes, Lysosome, Endoplasmic Reticulum
Week one notes for Exam 3
This study includes basic information and mostly definition that will be on Exam 5.
Part of Exam 3 Notes
Week 1 notes
Solutions to the Chapter 11 study guide for BIO 111
Includes information over Tyrosine and G Protein receptors
G-protein receptor walk through, broken down from the notes from the textbook and the web
These notes cover the topic of receptors in Cell communication
This covers all the material involved in chapter 8 for the exam
These are in-class notes for BIO 111 for the week of October 10th
Study guide for the exam over cellular respiration. Also includes information on enzyme binding
These notes cover everything about oxidative phosphorylation, including the electron transport chain and chemiosmosis
These notes discuss the first two steps of cellular respiration
Exam 3 Notes
These are the last of the cellular respiration notes
BIO 111 Photosynthesis notes
Ch. 16 DNA Replication
These notes cover the basics of DNA replication
These notes cover DNA replication
Ch. 4 materials
These notes cover chapter 1.
Explains the importance of chemistry within biology, how the characteristics of water enable life, as well as properties of acids and bases.
Importance of carbon
Classes of Biomolecules
Types of fat
These are the first week notes
Decent with modification
Origin of species