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Vaishnavi Tata Biology 1362 – Knapp Spring 2014 Chapter 9: The Cell Cycle Cell Division Reproduction of Cells Responsible for continuity of life Allows for the creation of entire organisms from a single cell Even after the organism is grown and developed, cell division is still essential for renewal and repair Cell Cycle Begins at the cell’s creation and ends with the cell’s own division
here are my handwritten notes from Dr. Cheek's lecture. I tried hard to organize them carefully, hope they help :)
This is the information that will not be covered in class but expected to know for the first Exam. I will post the third section later on today, but here are the first two sections she required of us for chapter 2! I hope this helps (:
Sorry my handwriting on the drawings SUCK, but you can still read them (:
Hi this is the review guide pls note the highlighted vocabs and especially the diagrams
These are sure to be tested on the exam
Additional review from chap 1 ( about hierachy of bio organization + examples)
Supplementary for my official Bio 1 Exam 1 Review
BIOL 1361 Fall 2015 Exam 1 Preparation Exam 1 covers Chapters 1, 33, 34
Lipoprotein: Lipoproteins are molecules made of proteins and fat
It's Dr. Cheek review guide with my compiled answer.
i hope you guys find it useful
Exam 1 study guide Fall Bio 1361 UH
thes are class notes for homework
Answers to question paper
Covers all of Ch. 1-7, 26, and 33
In order of when we learned the chapters
Discusses the needed aspects of life
Chapters 1-6: The Tree of Life, Water and Carbon, Macromolecules
Freeman's Biological Science 6th Edition
Discusses the important elements in biology and why water is so good and required
Covers the chemical reactions common in biology
Discusses the importance of proteins and how they are formed
Covers nucleotides and their structure and function
Covers carbohydrates and their structure and function
Covers lipids, their structure and function, and the theories for the first cell
Discusses prokaryotes and their differences from eukaryotes
Covers all the components of a cell
*I know that the last page is hard to read so I wrote the tables that I derived them from on the left side of the page*
These notes cover mitosis.:D
Viruses and their characteristics
I did half of It mostly focusing on the vocabulary as ordered. Just fill out what's left
Covers the chapters so far
Covers Chapter 12
Covers Chapter 8
Covers Chapter 9
Covers Chapter 10
Covers Chapter 43
[sections of textbook it covers]
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Covers Ch. 34, 35, 36, 39, 40, 41, and 42
These notes cover Chapters 1, 2, and 41.
Page 1 of Thursday's notes
Biology 1361 Exam 1 Review I
With these notes, you are guaranteed at least a 50% by her half vocabulary component
This week covers the characteristics of cells and evaluates the functions and structure of functional groups and nucleic acids.
This study guide covers all of the material discussed so far in this class.
This week covers the process of cellular respiration and how ATP is produced through glycolysis.
Study guide for midterm 1
This week began covering the topic of how gas is exchanged in different types of animals.
This week covers the structures of respiratory pigments and continues discussing gas exchange. The topic of photosynthesis is started as well.
This study guide covers all topics discussed since the first exam primarily. Primarily gas exchange in animals and photosynthesis.