Week 1 Notes Chapter 1&20
Week 1 Notes Chapter 1&20 BSCI-10110-002
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lorrielle Dodson on Friday September 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BSCI-10110-002 at Kent State University taught by Darren L. Bade in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY in Biological Sciences at Kent State University.
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Date Created: 09/04/15
Biological Diversity week 1 notes Sec on10110 Hello everyone I will be writing weekly notes throughout this course and I will be making study guides for midterms and nals September 2 Chapterl is the different types of life on earth and all its levels that sustain it What does it consist of Genetic Species 39 Biological diversity I Landscape Habitats September 4 Chapter1amp20 progression from small levels to larger This is also known as New things arise with increasing complexity The Nature of Science aScientists uses a systematic approach to learn new things about the world 1Observation which is a process of asking questions 2 is an educated guess aTested for its validity bTested in many different ways cPredictions can arise 3Predictions thoughts on what the outcome will be before the experiment 4 test the hypothesis aTest one variable at a time bMust have a test experiment and a control experiment 5Concusion whether or not the test supports the hypothesis Scienti c Theory interconnecting concepts is backed up by evidences and reasoning convey ideas that are most certain Unifying Themes in Biology Cell Theor all of life is composed of cells 0 cells are the most basic unit 0 Molecular Basis of Inheritance DNA stores information and passed down through generations Diversit of Life arise b Evolution all life has evolved Evolutionar conservation all organisms now has once started off as a cellular creature oDNA changes over time but the core structure stays the same 0 Cells are information processing system Nonequilibrium state keep bringing energy in to survive Structure and functioncertain structures have certain funcUons Chapter 20 Genes within Population Deoxyribonucleic acid 3 Parts of DNA 0 phosphate group 0 sugar group 0 nitrogen bases 4 Bases 1 Adenine A 2 Cytosine C 3 Guanine G 4 Thymine T GCAT this means that Guanine and Cytosine t together amp Adenine and Thymine t together Ex G and C are like puzzle pieces They can only connect with each other and the same goes for A and T
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