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These are notes over chapter 1 of the textbook.
These notes covers everything going over Chapter 2: The Chemical Context of Life.
These notes are in depth detail about what was covered in chapter 2, all sections. The first couple of pages are strictly the important vocabulary needed to know for the chapter, the following pages are concepts in the book as well as all lecture notes and lessons taught in class.
These notes cover everything over Chapter 3: Water and Life. Hope this helps!
This set of notes go over Chapter 4: Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life. Hope this helps you out! -T
This chapter required a longer set of notes but is not available for you to go through. Covers everything over Chapter 5 from the Biology textbook.
This study guide goes over the main concepts and terms for Midterm #1 on 9/25/18. Goes over Chapters 2-5 from the textbook.
This set of notes go over everything covered in Chapter 6 of the textbook/lecture from the professor. Hope this helps.
Everything here is over Chapter 7!
These notes cover everything over Chapter 8.
Biology 1441 Ch. 9 goes over the processes of cellular respiration and fermentation and also discusses the types of fermentation: alcohol and lactic acid fermentation.
These set of notes cover most of what will be seen on Exam 2 and gives you a guide to what exactly to go over.
This set of notes cover all needed to know about the process of photosynthesis.
These notes cover the cell cycle which includes the process of mitosis and its stages/phases in detail.
Notes from BIO 1441 over Mendel and the Gene Idea.
This set of notes cover material over inheritance, this chapter is the last one that covers genetics.
These notes cover Chapter 13, a chapter I realized I did not upload earlier, but here it is.
This study guide covers the key components of Chapters 10, 12, 13-15.
This set of notes cover everything from Ch. 16 discussing DNA replication.
This complete set of notes go cover key concepts in each chapter to study over for the final exam.
Covers key concepts over Chapter 17, last class notes for the semester.