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Study Notes for Finals

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Covers all topics in the BABS 1201 course. Notes are as brief as possible without taking out the detail necessary to master the course. Using the textbook as well as the lecture notes to support these notes so they are a comprehensive summary of the course.

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Study Notes for Finals
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Cellular respiration Metabolism Molecular biology Organelles Cell biology Cell Adenosine triphosphate Amino acid Metabolic pathway Oxidative phosphorylation Mitochondrion Photosynthesis
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Cellular respiration Metabolism Molecular biology Organelles Cell biology Cell Adenosine triphosphate Amino acid Metabolic pathway Oxidative phosphorylation Mitochondrion Photosynthesis
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ing o Overall charge is unevenly distributed o Water is slightly negative and the hydrogen atoms slightly positive • There are 4 properties of water that contribute to Earth’s stability for life o Cohesion of water molecules ▪ stay close to each other as a result of hydrogen bonding ▪ These bonds back water more structured than most liquids ▪ Contributes to the transport of water and dissolved nutrients against gravity in plants ▪ Adhesion – the clinging of one atom to another also plays a role in this transport ▪ Adhesion of water by hydrogen bonds to the molecules of cell walls helps counter downward pull of gravity o Moderation of temperature by water ▪ Moderates air temperature by absorbing heat from air that is warmer and releasing the stored heat to air that is cooler ▪ Water can absorb and release relatively large amounts of heat with only slight chan...
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