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Here are the notes from lectures 1 and 2. Includes info on the course, the content from slides, additional info the lecturer gave verbally, as well as a couple cartoon diagrams.
These are the notes from the first week of classes (2 lectures) for Dr. Ferguson's Intro Biology class
These lectures covered the contents of a cell ie. its organelles and their function
First week of BIOL 201. Chemistry in Biology.
Week 2 notes from Dr. Ferguson's class
These notes go over midterm
Important macromolecules. Prokaryotic Cells.
Cell division, cell cycle, photosynthesis
These notes cover what's going to be in the exam/
This is part 1 of 2 of a study guide for Dr. Ferguson's midterm of October 17th. This guide contains notes on the first half of the chapters covered for the midterm, the next set will be uploaded soon. All notes are taken from Campbell, Neil A. and Jane B. Reece. Biology. 7th ed., Pearson Custom Publishing, 2013.
Part 2 of 2 of the midterm study guide
These notes cover the week before the midterm
Lectures 9 and 10
notes cover that's gong to be in our next exam
Week 6 notes for BIOL 201
Week 7 Notes for BIOL 201
Prokaryotic cell --> Characteristics of the cell
Eukaryotic cell --> Characteristics of the cell
Fungal cell --> Characterisitcs and differences
Metabolism and metabolic pathways
Week 8 notes
These notes cover what's going to be in our next exam .
These notes cover what is going to be in our exam
Includes pictures of slides, their identity, exit questions and answers, and notes on important points from the labs
contains comprehensive table summary of phyla and their characteristics, summarized notes and tables
Final note set
These notes cover the first couple of weeks of "What is Life? A Guide to Biology with Physiology." Contains chapter 1-2.
Thee notes cover what's going to be in the exam
These notes cover the information needed for the upcoming Final Exam for course: Biology 202!
These notes cover some definitions about science, chemistry, acidity, diffusion, life, macromolecules, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
THESE NOTES COVER ALL THE BASIC TERMS WHICH WE WILL BE STUDYING ABOUT IN OUR SYALLBUS.