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Ball and Dr. Weinstein
OSU Biology 1113 notes from Dr. Bullwinkle/Hopper
Chapter 3 is a crash course on chemistry and how it relates to biology.
This chapter provides information about organic chemistry and how it relates to biology.
This chapter provides information about the four different types of macromolecules. Each section goes in depth about the different type of macromolecules.
This chapter is all about... THE CELL.
This is the notes for the first week of class. Very basic and mostly review, but good to know and refresh on!
These are the notes from the first two lectures.
Notes for week 2
Notes for next week's exam
The notes include information given in class, as well as highlights of what will be on the exam. I also have read over the book and noted the important information in detail that will need to be known.
This study guide is pretty extensive, but I took it down to the main points. Also, this does not include week 4! The notes for week 4 will be available on Wednesday.
This study guide covers a lot of the material that will be on the midterm that was not covered in the study guide provided by the professor, as well as material that was covered by her. This is Chapter 3-6
Here are the notes for week 4 and a study guide for week 4.
Chapter 6: Lipids, Membranes, and the First Cells
These are the Chapter 6 notes, I recommend going over these thoroughly, since the professor did not spend very much time on these concepts. All of this information will be on our midterm.
These notes covers all class notes as well as tophat questions. The notes also include a book overview of chapter 7
These cover cell signaling and the rest of membrane transport.
These notes are my in depth notes and thing worth knowing before the second midterm.
This set of notes covers the end of transduction, apoptosis, metabolism, and the beginning of cellular respiration.
This covers the end of cellular respiration and the beginning of photosynthesis. Also included are the TopHat questions- commonly re-worded and used on exams! Don't forget about our exam on Wednesday!
These notes cover similar questions that will be on the exam, as well as notes from class and important notes from the book.
These notes are what we covered today- Mitosis.
This study guide provides all of the material we will be tested on on Wednesday. Also, it has most of the Tophat questions , which professor Ball likes to re-word and ask on exams. Good luck!
This guide covers questions that will likely be on the test, as well as material that is going to be covered that was not on the class study guide.
This is the start of Dr. Weinstein's material. These notes cover meiosis, genetics, and inheritance.
These are the notes that were covered in class last week, along with a summary of all of the key points in the book.
These notes finish up the overview of genetics and being the details of chromosomes and inheritance.
This covers chapter 13-16
These notes are over the chromosomal basis of inheritance and the molecular basis of inheritance- chromosomes and DNA.
Study guide for our exam tomorrow!
We barely started chapter 17 on Monday, had the exam Wednesday, and there is no class Friday! Enjoy the long weekend!
These notes cover how genes encode for proteins.
These notes cover the beginning of chapter 18.
These notes finish up the regulation of gene expression, talk about viruses and how they spread, and starts chapter 20- Biotechnology.
This study covers chapters 17-21 of the Campbell Biology textbook. Important information to supplement the given notes for chapter 17, 20, and 21 has been provided and extensive notes for chapters 18 and 19 have been included, as the class was not provided with notes for those two chapters.
These notes cover what was gone over in lecture for chapter 18 of the textbook.
The final week of notes for our class! Woohoo! Covers biotechnology and the evolution of genomes.
These notes cover our final section of the class! I used Dr. Weinstein's study guide as a tool to find important information to know and highlighter of bolded the most relevant sections.
These notes focus on chapter 6 and 7, which will be on the exam next Friday.
These notes cover the plasma membrane of the cell and transport.
Intro to the course/week 1 stuff
"Chemistry of Life"
Lipids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids
Cells and their structures
These notes cover cellular signaling, including reception, transduction and response.
These notes are for exam two.
How traits are passed on, probability of receiving traits, etc.
CH 16 DNA and DNA Replication
Would you expect a competitive inhibitor to be very similar or different in structure when compared to the substrate? What about an allosteric inhibitor? - competitive ~ similar in structure - allosteric inhibitor ~ the molecules that naturally regular enzyme activity in a cell behave something like reversible noncompetitive inhibitors
What is the difference between a nuclear response and a cytoplasmic response? - 2 ways to respond: - turn on a gene (my guess is this is cytoplasmic) - turn on a protein that’s already made (but is just in an inactive form) (and this is nuclear) What would happen to a signaling pathway if a mutation occurred which rendered each of the following molecules nonfunctional? Phosphodiesterase – 233 “the