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These notes cover the basics of evolution and defining species. They include vocab for the chapter and subsections within the chapter.
Note: the notes written down are only what was highlighted on the E-text to cover for the practice questions. There are still some points in the notes that are added that were not highlighted that I felt should be put in to understand the high lighted portions that were mandatory for us to learn in my biology 197 class.
The notes briefly summarize the concepts and ideas of how researches identify and define a species. It also covers the mechanisms that prevent the interbreeding for a new species.
These summarize the key concepts of life's earliest microscopic organisms, specifically speaking: the protists, bacteria, and fungi. They fundamentally cover the characteristics and the structure of these organisms, which are crucial to the development of modern-day microscopic life.
It essentially summarizes the major clades that fall under the vertebrates category. They briefly include jawless invertebrates and mammals.
Briefly summarizes a description of plant structures, the following phyla of plants, and their reproductive structure.
Goes a little more in-depth with angiosperms, specifically the reproductive organs of a flowering plant and fruits.