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Week 1 notes on cellular division and mitosis.
I highlighted and underlined things in the book and made a few notes. this is for week 1 bio 111, binary fission and the cell cycle. the book also includes cancer cells which we didn't cover in lecture.
These notes cover the cell cycle and mitosis.
Mastering Biology Cell Cycle 1 and the adaptive follow up
Mastering Biology Cell Cycle 2 and adaptive follow up
These notes cover meiosis and reproduction from BIOL 111000 with Athena Anderson. they also include some personal notes relating to the subject matter.
Mastering biology Inheritance 1&2 with adaptive follow ups
Genetics wit Athena Anderson BIOL 11100. These notes include many personal notes and colored pictures to reference as well. this is a great set of notes to study with
THIS STUDY GUIDE IS FROM 2011 FROM DAVID BOS'S BIOLOGY 111.
THIS IS THE 2011 EXAM FROM DAVID BOS'S BIOLOGY 111 CLASS
2011 exam 3 from David Bos
2011 final from David Bos' biology 111 class
flashcards most related to exam 1 for biology 111
flashcards most related to exam 2 for biology 111
flashcards most relating to exam 3, set # 1
flashcards most relating to exam 3, set # 2
flashcards mostly for the final exam for biology 111
These notes cover what will be on the next exam. The first part is from the bio review session. The next section covers some information over the slides and the last part is the key concepts from the chapters we need to know. Good luck studying!
This is what Dr. Browning went over in the help session. This material will help you know what to study. I have also put some tips on how to study for exams; I have found these to be really effective in increasing my grades in my classes. Hopefully this helps! Good luck!!
Lecture 1.17 1.19
Here is a quick overview of we have learned so far.
DNA replication, asexual reproduction, and sexual reproduction
These notes cover:
and iclicker questions
These notes cover cell division and briefly review semester 1 material
These notes cover the Eukaryotic Chromosome Structure and the Cell Cycle
These notes contain information from lecture, SI sessions, pictures and definitions from google, and the Biology 111 lab note book. These notes are to help you get a better understanding of biology without having to research the information because i've already done it for you! This explains it easily for visual learners too.
These notes cover binary fission and the basics of cellular division in eukaryotic cells.
This is the first week of lecture notes that will be covered on the first exam.
I will upload notes weekly and upload study guides before exams!
These notes cover DNA replication during S phase and mitosis.
These notes cover Mitosis
These notes are over week 2 discussing more of the DNA perspective.
These notes cover meiosis and genetics.
Week 3 notes which will be included in Exam 1.
These notes go over Meiosis I and Meiosis II
These notes cover Genetics, Important Terminology, the Principle of Segregation, and the Principle of Independent Assortment
This study guide covers cellular division and genetics.
This is the first group discussion that has questions relevant to exam 1. At the end of the document, there is a short description of the topics covered in the first exam as well as how to prepare.
These notes are the last lecture material that will be on Exam 1. The study guide is already up. These notes cover test crossing, Extensions to Mendel, Incomplete Dominance and Codominance, Gene Interactions, and Sex Chromosomes
These notes will be included on Exam 1.
This study guide is a simple version of lecture notes. This should cover everything on Exam 1.
These notes cover transcription and translation, central dogma, and genes.
These notes cover gene expression, translation and protein synthesis.
These notes cover protein structure, cell-cell communication, and epigenetics.
This study guide covers lectures from February 6th to February 27th on material such as transcription/translation to epigenetics.
These notes cover Genetic Markers, VNTR's, and the updated central dogma
This study guide covers genetics, protein structure, translation and transcription, and epigenetics.