UGA BIOL 1108 - Biosphere and Abiotic Conditions (4 pages)

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University of Georgia
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Biol 1108 - Principles Bio Ii

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BIOL 1108 Edition 1nd Lecture 20 Outline of Last Lecture I Learning Objectives II In The News III Sexual Variation IV Asexual Mechanism V Sexual Mechanism VI Reproductive Organs Produce and Transport Gametes VII Human Reproduction VIII Sex Hormones IX Reproductive Process in Females Outline of Current Lecture I Learning Objectives II In The News III Ecology IV Distribution and Abundance V Biomes VI Climate vs Weather Current Lecture I Learning Objectives These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II III IV Understand why we study organisms in relation to their environments Understand the influence of abiotic conditions on things such as the distribution of species Consider similarities and differences among terrestrial and aquatic biomes In The News Do we choose our friends because they share our genes People may be similar to one another through sharing smells in different environments Starbucks Effect People tend to be friends with others that have different immune systems in order to gain an extra covering of protection Friends tend to share the same genetic complexion to our 4th cousins Homophily tendency to interact with individuals similar to self o Genetic makeup In a hunter gatherer group the number of social ties and gifts given was more than expected by random chance o Characteristics that hunter gatherer campmates and gift givers receivers had in common and variation in cooperation Relationship of gut microbes to mammal diet taxonomic group and geographic location provenance Friends had a higher number of genes in common and fewer numbers of genes that were opposite of their friends o Genetic similarities and differences Similar Olfactory Linoleic acid metabolism o In gene expression Different Immune system process Ecology As an organism what constitutes your world Why do we study organisms relative to their environments Ecology the study of



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