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HUBS1401 Week 1 - 7 Summary Notes and Key Points with Pics

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Concise HUBS1401 notes and easy to understand based on all lecture objectives. Every lecture included with images to assist. Great outline to assist with own summaries as well as alternate source of information to help understand difficult concepts

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Biology Molecular biology Biotechnology Genetics Gene expression RNA Histology Epithelium Cell membrane Translation Cell DNA
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Biology Molecular biology Biotechnology Genetics Gene expression RNA Histology Epithelium Cell membrane Translation Cell DNA
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Radioisotope: High-energy, unstable isotope, undergoes radioactive decay, used in nuclear medicine. - Properties of atoms: 1. Atoms are electrically neutral: same number of protons and electrons, positive protons balanced by negative electrons 2. Electron orbit nucleus in specific layers known as energy shells or levels: each shell has a set number of spaces for electrons. - First shell holds a maximum of 2 electrons Second shell hold a maximum of ...
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