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Biology of Cells and Organisms

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33 pages of brief study notes covering botany and zoology. Includes diagrams. Does not cover Drinnan's lectures, Shaw's lectures are very general. Should be used just for extra information, try not to rely heavily on it as it does not cover everything in depth.

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Biology Organelles Membrane biology Photosynthesis Cell biology Symbiosis Cell Eukaryote Chloroplast Symbiogenesis Prokaryote Endosymbiont
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Biology Organelles Membrane biology Photosynthesis Cell biology Symbiosis Cell Eukaryote Chloroplast Symbiogenesis Prokaryote Endosymbiont
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This is information is passed from parent cell to daughter cells Darwin’s Dilemma - Where did the first cells come from - How to explain the first Cambrian explosion and the appearance of complex cells and organisms - How did eukaryotic cells evolve from prokaryotic cells Cambrian Explosion - Evolutionary burst of life forms around 530-570mya, most modern animals’ lineages began - All life was aquatic, relatively small, had unusual body layouts - NOT the origin of complex life (eukaryotes)...
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