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This is the complete study guide compiled from Powerpoints and in class notes, video etc for Unit 1 test
Study cards with answers from the guide
Bundle of all the notes for the second test:
-Inheritance & Meiosis
FULL NOTES on: Taxonomy & Diversity, Evolution, Darwin, Lamarck, Linneaus, Microevolution, Macroevolution, Diseases
These notes cover DNA in the Genetics Unit
These notes cover the Cell Cycle, Mitosis, Cancer in the Genetics Unit
This Study Guide Covers:
WATER BIOCHEMISTRY, CELLS
RESPIRATION DIGESTION METABOLISM
This Study Guide Covers the Information from the Ecology Unit
This Study Guide Covers all Information for the Genetics Unit
These notes cover material in Macroevolution Unit
Here are the notes from 1/29/16-2/15/16. This doesn't include the chart we are working on because we haven't finished it yet.
The professor said that the exam would be "up to carbohydrates."
this is just a test
The study guide consists of all the information listed in the professors study guide as well as all the information from the charts we did in class.
These are the remainder of the notes for unit 1- this should be helpful for the cumulative final.
Here is the set of notes I took last Friday in class. Since last week there was only one day of notes, I am also going to include these in this week's notes, which I will be uploading Friday. Thanks guys, and remember I upload weekly notes every Friday. :)
These notes cover everything from 2/19 to 2/26. I included last Friday as well. Thanks guys, happy studying! :)
Detailed notes from 2/19-2/26
These notes cover everything we've learned in class from 2/29-3/4. I'll be uploading a detailed study guide for the next exam in just a few days!
These weeks cover the only notes from this week before the test- enjoy!
Study guide coming Tuesday
Hi everybody! This is my detailed study guide for our 2nd test: Genetics. This guide reviews everything you need to know! Enjoy, and happy studying.
These notes cover everything we've learned this week, from Monday the 21st to Friday the 25th.
These notes cover everything that's going on in class right now.
These notes cover the last of the Evolution chapter, from April 4th to April 8th.
We only had one day of class this week after the test. These notes cover the start of our new unit, Ecology!
These notes cover the beginning of our last unit, the Ecology unit. Quiz monday! :)
These notes cover the last of our ecology unit! Happy studying!
First week of Principles of Biology
These are the notes from the first two lectures, "Life and Water" and "Biological Molecules" in flashcard form. The vocabulary is divided by what it is, what it does, and various other facts, details, and examples from the lecture (:
These notes cover what was in the lectures of Week 4, "Digestion and Metabolism" and "Cells" in flash-card form.
These are comprehensive notes from each other four lectures leading up to Exam One. They are in fill-in-the-blank format, with key words or terms blacked out. This is a way that I study in order to tes
These are the notes from Lecture Five, "DNA, Chromosomes, and Genes"
These are the notes from the Week Six lectures, "The Cell and Cell Division" and "Genetics," as well as the Cell Division worksheet and the Blood Type Punnett Square worksheet. Happy studying!
These are the notes from the Week Seven lectures "Genetics" and "Epigenetics," as well as the "Protein Synthesis" worksheet (which totally doesn't belong with this one, but I added it to the wrong file! Sorry!!!)!
These notes cover the material from lectures 6-9. The notes are in fill-in-the-blank format, so take a guess, highlight the underlined section, and see if you're right! (:
These notes cover the material from Lecture Ten: "Ecology"
These are the notes from lectures 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 in fill-in-the-blank format. The answer key is directly underneath the questions, so after you write out your answers, check out the answers to see if you were right (:
This is a comprehensive study guide for our BIOL 120 Exam Four. This guide contains material from lectures 15-17.
These notes cover everything from the whole year in BIOL 120! It also includes the notes for the in-class videos, and the first Case Study.
These notes cover genetics, sex linked traits, human blood types, chromosomal errors, DNA, genes, evolution, population genetics, and genetic diversity.
These notes cover evolution, conservation, biodiversity, extinction, hunting, fishing, habitat loss, impacts of climate change, and solutions to habitat protection.