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Book notes combined with lecture notes.
How land plants developed. Differences between types of nonvascular and vascular plants. Overall morphology and reproduction processes.
Chapter 34 Notes
Chordates/ Deuterostomes/ Intro to Ecology
Two weeks of Notes
Ecology/ Energy Cycles/ Biomes
Final Packet before Exam Review Packet
Study Guide/ Terms Concepts to know for the Final.
In depth explanation of the final week's lecture slides.
Most of the exam is on the material covered after Exam 3.
Some of the questions will be from previous Exams, but mostly the Final Exam will be on Ecology, Chordates, and Deuterostomes.
These are notes from all of the readings from this chapter - "Evolution, the Themes of Biology, and Scientific Inquiry" - in the Syracuse biology text. Much of the information is general intro to biology information, and is important to know as a basis for the future complexities of biology!
These are the notes from BIO 121 with Wiles from the first week! We didn't do much lecture but here it is from the lecture we did have.
These are the notes from BIO 121 with Wiles from the second week! We didn't do much lecture, but here are the notes from the lecture we did have.
Week 3 bio 121 notes
Here's week 4's notes! A study guide will be up soon for our upcoming exam!
Here's Bio 121's week 5 lecture/textbook notes! I also posted a study guide if you're interested. 50 multiple choice questions just like the exam will be.
Here's the study guide to exam 1 that I made up. Its 50 multiple choice questions just like the exam will be. Happy studying!!
Here's my notes for week 6!
Week 7 notes!
Study guide for exam 2
bio notes week 8
Notes for week 9, chapters 23 and 24
bio notes for week 10
Bio notes for week 11
Bio Exam 3 Study Guide. 50 questions, multiple choice.
Bio notes for week 12
Bio notes for week 13
Bio notes for week 14
Review of introductory concepts in biology
Notes on BIO 121 - Syracuse University
Covers elements, compounds, atoms, bonds, subatomic particles
Lecture notes from chapters 1-3
a comprehensive review of chapters 1-5 for the first exam
Covers chapters 4 and 5. This includes valence electrons, isotopes, hydrocarbons, and the structure and function of large biological molecules
covers chapters 6 and 7 including the organelles and their functions, and topics such as diffusion, osmosis, and other membrane-related processes
an introduction to metabolism and enzymes
covers chapters 26-28. This includes phylogenetic trees, species organization, and the differences between the three main domains of life
all the most important parts of chapters 8, 12, 16, 17, 26, and 27/28
notes on DNA and genetics from chapters 12 and 16
mitosis and meiosis, crossing over
notes on chapter 23 including hardy weinberg, evolution, genetic drift, genetic flow, natural selection, etc.
20 page long comprehensive study guide for the third exam of bio 121
notes on chapter 24 from lecture and textbook
notes on chapter 32 covering introduction to animal diversity
a compilation of all the lab quizzes
notes from chapter 33 on invertebrates
notes discussing animal diversity from chapter 34
Currently encompasses the material that will be covered on the exam from chapter 1-24, and the rest will be added