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These notes introduce the concepts that shaped the way science is today. The scientists who played a part in this process and what their contributions were are specified. It also goes in depth about the scientific method and its steps.
These notes explain the building blocks of basically all biological organisms and their functions.
These notes cover the structures within the cell and all of their functions and the guidelines as to what is and what isn't a plant.
These notes explain how prokaryotic cells evolved to complex eukaryotic cells
These notes cover the cell cycle, mitosis, and functions of these processes within the cells life
These notes cover the different tissue systems that exist within in all plants along with their basic functions
These notes are a continuation of the tissue systems within plants, however, these notes are very in depth. They go into great detail about each tissue system with all of its parts and functions
These notes cover the primary growth within the plant and the different systems and parts that are involved in the process. this includes the roots, and the notes also cover root modifications that take place due to environmental differences
These notes cover the definition of parasitic plants and the many ways that they have evolved through time. It covers the different modes of parasitism as well
These notes are a continuation of the parasitic plants revolution. It goes over the symbiotic relationship between plants and fungi and also the ability of parasitic plants to do photosynthesis
These notes cover the growth of the stem and the arrangement of leaf growth on it
These notes cover the growth and development of leaves, their functions, parts, and the science behind the changing of leaf colors in the fall
These note cover the process of losing leaves in the fall and the modifications that leaves have on various plants. There is also an intro to the process of secondary growth
These notes cover the process of secondary growth, which is the production of xylem, as well as the new tissue systems formed that are necessary for secondary growth
These notes finish the discussion about secondary growth and also begin the topic on energy
These notes cover the light reactions, dark reactions, and begins to talk about the light spectrum and its role in photosynthesis
These notes go in depth about the details of the light and dark reactions and the long process of the photosystems. It also covers the calvin cycle, photoelectric effect, and C4 pathway
These notes cover the CAM and C4 pathways of plants due to different environmental conditions
These notes cover the steps of respiration (glycolysis, krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain). It also covers the the origins of climate change and the cost to end it, or at least try to slow it down.
These notes cover asexual and sexual reproduction in plants
These notes cover the importance of sexual reproduction in plants, the process of meiosis and heredity among plants.
These notes cover the discovery and contribution of Mendel in genotypes, phenotypes, and crossing over (dominant and recessive genes)
This is the completed review 1
This is the completed review 2
These notes cover the exam materials for the test beginning with respiration. It covers chapters 6, 7, and 8
This study guide includes all of the key terms from exam 3
These notes cover the theories of evolution that came after Mendel and were better explanations
These notes cover the many theories of evolution and how they played out in explaining the facts
These notes define the theory of natural selection and how exactly it is played out in the natural world as well as defines the terms you need to know in order to understand it
These notes explain the hardy Weinberg equilibrium and rules that must apply in order for it to reign true in the natural world
These notes define what a species is and the process of creating new species in the natural world
These notes cover the definition of diversity within the plant kingdom and how we classify plants to understand relationships and differences
These notes are part of week one lecture, specifically the scientific method.
Botany Exam Study Guide Part 1
Botany October 30-Nov 3 Notes
Highlights of week 11 notes
Notes on what will be tested over exam 3
Ch. 12 Diversity & Plant Diversity
Nonvascular Seedless Plants
Vascular Seedless Plants