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Chapter 26 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
animals
Invertabrates
Vertebrates
radical symmetry
part of the animalia kindom, multicellular.
animals that do not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
they have a backbone
any number of imaginary planes can be drawn through the cente…
animals
part of the animalia kindom, multicellular.
Invertabrates
animals that do not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
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Chapter 29 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
cephalization
coelom
body parts extend from the center of the body.
mirror image left and right sides
consentration of sense organs and nerve cells in front of the…
body cavity, forms between the germ layers.
radial symmetry
body parts extend from the center of the body.
bilateral symmetry
mirror image left and right sides
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 16
Gene Pool
Relative Frequency
Mutation
Gene Shuffling
Consists of all genes, including all the different alleles, t…
Number of times an allele occurs in a gene pool, compared wit…
Any change in sequence of DNA due to mistakes in the replicat…
Occurs during gamete formation. (Recall that each chromosome…
Gene Pool
Consists of all genes, including all the different alleles, t…
Relative Frequency
Number of times an allele occurs in a gene pool, compared wit…
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Chapter 32 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall biology.
Mammals
Mammary glands
Subcutaneous fat
Diaphragm
all mammals breathe air, have four chambered hearts, and are…
produce milk to nourish the young
a layer of fat located beneath the skin, also helps conserve…
a powerful muscle that aids in breathing.
Mammals
all mammals breathe air, have four chambered hearts, and are…
Mammary glands
produce milk to nourish the young
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Chapter 30 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
Vertebrae
an animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a do…
a long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
paired structures in the throat region.
the individual segments of the backbone that provide support…
Chordates
an animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a do…
Notochord
a long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
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Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
cross walls
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
things that divide the hypae into cells containing one or two…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 4
Weather
Climate
Greenhouse Effect
Polar Zones
Day-to-day condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular ti…
The average, year-after-conditions of temperature and precipi…
Natural situation in which heat is retained by this layer of…
Cold areas where the sun's rays strike Earth at a very low an…
Weather
Day-to-day condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular ti…
Climate
The average, year-after-conditions of temperature and precipi…
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 3
Ecology
Biosphere
Species
Populations
The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organi…
The biosphere is the global sum of all ecosystems.
One of the basic units of biological classification and a tax…
A particular section, group, or type of people or animals liv…
Ecology
The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organi…
Biosphere
The biosphere is the global sum of all ecosystems.
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 15
Evolution
Theory
Darwin's Travels
Fossils
Process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient…
A well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
During his travels, he made numerous observations and collect…
Preserved remains of ancient organisms.
Evolution
Process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient…
Theory
A well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
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Chapter 34 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
Behavior
Stimulus
Response
Innate Behavior
as the way an organism reacts to changes in its internal cond…
is any kind of signal that carries information and can be det…
A single, specific reaction to a stimulus- such as waking up…
an instinct
Behavior
as the way an organism reacts to changes in its internal cond…
Stimulus
is any kind of signal that carries information and can be det…
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Chapter 32 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall biology.
Mammals
Mammary glands
Subcutaneous fat
Diaphragm
all mammals breathe air, have four chambered hearts, and are…
produce milk to nourish the young
a layer of fat located beneath the skin, also helps conserve…
a powerful muscle that aids in breathing.
Mammals
all mammals breathe air, have four chambered hearts, and are…
Mammary glands
produce milk to nourish the young
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 18
Taxonomy
Binomial Nomenclature
Phylogeny
Evolutionary Classification
Discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
Two word naming system.
The study of evolutionary relationship
Method of grouping organisms together according to their evol…
Taxonomy
Discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
Binomial Nomenclature
Two word naming system.
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Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
cross walls
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
things that divide the hypae into cells containing one or two…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
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Chapter 24 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the reproductive structures o…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Are angiosperm typically wind pollinat…
pollen cones
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
Most gymnosperm and some angiosperms are wind polinated, wher…
called male cones; prouces male gametophytes
What are the reproductive structures o…
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
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Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 17
Paleontologists
Fossil Record
Extinct
Relative dating
Scientists who study fossils.
Evidence about the history of life on Earth.
Species died out.
Age of fossil comparing placement in layers of rock.
Paleontologists
Scientists who study fossils.
Fossil Record
Evidence about the history of life on Earth.
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Chapter 23 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the three principle organs of…
Roots
Stems
leaves
roots, stems, and leaves
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
supporting structures that connects roots and leaves and carr…
photosynthetic organ that contains one or more bundels of vas…
What are the three principle organs of…
roots, stems, and leaves
Roots
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
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Chapter 23 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the three principle organs of…
Roots
Stems
leaves
roots, stems, and leaves
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
supporting structures that connects roots and leaves and carr…
photosynthetic organ that contains one or more bundels of vas…
What are the three principle organs of…
roots, stems, and leaves
Roots
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
Chapter 29 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
cephalization
coelom
body parts extend from the center of the body.
mirror image left and right sides
consentration of sense organs and nerve cells in front of the…
body cavity, forms between the germ layers.
radial symmetry
body parts extend from the center of the body.
bilateral symmetry
mirror image left and right sides
35 terms
Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
What is the typical body structure of…
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
The bodies of multicellular fungi are composed of many hypae…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
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Chapter 24 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the reproductive structures o…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Are angiosperm typically wind pollinat…
pollen cones
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
Most gymnosperm and some angiosperms are wind polinated, wher…
called male cones; prouces male gametophytes
What are the reproductive structures o…
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
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Chapter 29 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
radial symmetry
cephalization
acoelomate
closed circulatory system
body parts extend from the center of the body.
consentration of sense organs and nerve cells in front of the…
No body cavity between the germ layers
a heart or heartlike organ forces blood through vessels that…
radial symmetry
body parts extend from the center of the body.
cephalization
consentration of sense organs and nerve cells in front of the…
50 terms
Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
cross walls
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
things that divide the hypae into cells containing one or two…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
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Chapter 22 Miller and Levin Prentice Hall Biology
sporophyte
gametophyte
what three features do botanists use t…
Identify the characteristics of the pl…
diploid phase; or spore producing plant
haploid phase; or gamete- producing plant
water- conducting tissues, seeds, and flowers
Plants are multicellular eukaryotes that have cell walls made…
sporophyte
diploid phase; or spore producing plant
gametophyte
haploid phase; or gamete- producing plant
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Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
cross walls
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
things that divide the hypae into cells containing one or two…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
Miller & Levine Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 16
Gene Pool
Relative Frequency
Mutation
Gene Shuffling
Consists of all genes, including all the different alleles, t…
Number of times an allele occurs in a gene pool, compared wit…
Any change in sequence of DNA due to mistakes in the replicat…
Occurs during gamete formation. (Recall that each chromosome…
Gene Pool
Consists of all genes, including all the different alleles, t…
Relative Frequency
Number of times an allele occurs in a gene pool, compared wit…
25 terms
Chapter 26 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
animals
Invertabrates
Vertebrates
radical symmetry
part of the animalia kindom, multicellular.
animals that do not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
they have a backbone
any number of imaginary planes can be drawn through the cente…
animals
part of the animalia kindom, multicellular.
Invertabrates
animals that do not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
36 terms
Chapter 24 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the reproductive structures o…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Are angiosperm typically wind pollinat…
pollen cones
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
Most gymnosperm and some angiosperms are wind polinated, wher…
called male cones; prouces male gametophytes
What are the reproductive structures o…
reproduction in gymnosperm takes place in cones, which are pr…
Describe the flower and how it is inol…
Flowers are reproductive organs that are composed of four kin…
24 terms
Chapter 23 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the three principle organs of…
Roots
Stems
leaves
roots, stems, and leaves
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
supporting structures that connects roots and leaves and carr…
photosynthetic organ that contains one or more bundels of vas…
What are the three principle organs of…
roots, stems, and leaves
Roots
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
27 terms
Chapter 21 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are fungi?
Chitin
hypae
cross walls
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
thin filaments that multicellular fungi are composed of.
things that divide the hypae into cells containing one or two…
What are fungi?
They are eukaryote heterotrophs that have cell walls.
Chitin
The cell walls of fungi are made of chitin, a complex carbohy…
Chapter 30 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
Vertebrae
an animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a do…
a long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
paired structures in the throat region.
the individual segments of the backbone that provide support…
Chordates
an animal that has, for at least some stage of its life, a do…
Notochord
a long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
15 terms
Chapter 23 Miller and Levine Prentice Hall Biology
What are the three principle organs of…
Roots
Stems
leaves
roots, stems, and leaves
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
supporting structures that connects roots and leaves and carr…
photosynthetic organ that contains one or more bundels of vas…
What are the three principle organs of…
roots, stems, and leaves
Roots
underground organ in plants that absorbs water and minerals
36 terms
Biology Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life | Prentice Hall Biology by Miller and Levine
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
basic unit of matter
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
positive charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
neutral/no charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
atom
basic unit of matter
nucleus
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
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Biology Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life | Prentice Hall Biology by Miller and Levine
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
basic unit of matter
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
positive charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
neutral/no charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
atom
basic unit of matter
nucleus
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
36 terms
Biology Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life | Prentice Hall Biology by Miller and Levine
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
basic unit of matter
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
positive charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
neutral/no charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
atom
basic unit of matter
nucleus
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
36 terms
Biology Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life | Prentice Hall Biology by Miller and Levine
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
basic unit of matter
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
positive charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
neutral/no charge, forms the nucleus/inside the nucleus
atom
basic unit of matter
nucleus
protons and neutrons bound together at the center of the atom
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Prentice Hall Biology by Miller Levine; Chapter 18-1,2,3
Taxonomy
Binomial Nomenclature
Genus
Taxon
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
classification system in which each species is assigned a two…
group of closely related species, first part of the scientifi…
group or level of organization into which organisms are class…
Taxonomy
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
Binomial Nomenclature
classification system in which each species is assigned a two…
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Ch. 8 Photosynthesis, prentice hall Biology Miller/Levine
heterotrophs
autotrophs
Where do plants get the energy they ne…
adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
organisms that gets energy from food consumed ... (pg. 201)
organisms such as plants that make their own food... (pg. 201)
plants and some other organisms are able to use light energy…
a principle compound that cells use to store and release ener…
heterotrophs
organisms that gets energy from food consumed ... (pg. 201)
autotrophs
organisms such as plants that make their own food... (pg. 201)
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Prentice Hall Biology by Miller Levine; Chapter 18-1,2,3
Taxonomy
Binomial Nomenclature
Genus
Taxon
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
classification system in which each species is assigned a two…
group of closely related species, first part of the scientifi…
group or level of organization into which organisms are class…
Taxonomy
discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organi…
Binomial Nomenclature
classification system in which each species is assigned a two…
18 terms
Ch. 8 Photosynthesis, prentice hall Biology Miller/Levine
heterotrophs
autotrophs
Where do plants get the energy they ne…
adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
organisms that gets energy from food consumed ... (pg. 201)
organisms such as plants that make their own food... (pg. 201)
plants and some other organisms are able to use light energy…
a principle compound that cells use to store and release ener…
heterotrophs
organisms that gets energy from food consumed ... (pg. 201)
autotrophs
organisms such as plants that make their own food... (pg. 201)
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Unit 3: population Ecology & human impact on ecosystems- ecology B (Prentice Hall Biology; Miller Levine)
Ecology
Abiotic Factor
Species
Intra-species Competition
Scientific study of interaction amoung organisms and between…
Physical, or nonliving, factor that shapes an ecosystem.
Group of similar organisms that can bread and produce fertile…
Competition in which individuals of the same species compete…
Ecology
Scientific study of interaction amoung organisms and between…
Abiotic Factor
Physical, or nonliving, factor that shapes an ecosystem.
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Jake Biology Ch. 5 Prentice Hall Levine
3 important characteristics of populat…
Geographic Distribution
Population Density
Growth rate
Geographic distribution, population density, growth rate
Area inhabited by a population (think about people being dist…
The number of individuals per unit of area
How fast the population grows
3 important characteristics of populat…
Geographic distribution, population density, growth rate
Geographic Distribution
Area inhabited by a population (think about people being dist…
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Unit 3: population Ecology & human impact on ecosystems- ecology B (Prentice Hall Biology; Miller Levine)
Ecology
Abiotic Factor
Species
Intra-species Competition
Scientific study of interaction amoung organisms and between…
Physical, or nonliving, factor that shapes an ecosystem.
Group of similar organisms that can bread and produce fertile…
Competition in which individuals of the same species compete…
Ecology
Scientific study of interaction amoung organisms and between…
Abiotic Factor
Physical, or nonliving, factor that shapes an ecosystem.
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Jake Biology Ch. 5 Prentice Hall Levine
3 important characteristics of populat…
Geographic Distribution
Population Density
Growth rate
Geographic distribution, population density, growth rate
Area inhabited by a population (think about people being dist…
The number of individuals per unit of area
How fast the population grows
3 important characteristics of populat…
Geographic distribution, population density, growth rate
Geographic Distribution
Area inhabited by a population (think about people being dist…
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Biology- CH01- Miller & Levine- The Science of Biology
Science
Observation
Inference
Hypothesis
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Information obtained through the senses.
A logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experie…
possible explanation or conclusion about some event in nature…
Science
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Observation
Information obtained through the senses.
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Biology- CH01- Miller & Levine- The Science of Biology
Science
Observation
Inference
Hypothesis
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Information obtained through the senses.
A logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experie…
possible explanation or conclusion about some event in nature…
Science
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Observation
Information obtained through the senses.
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The Science of Biology (Biology prentice hall)
Atom
Molecule
Organelle
Cell
The smallest part of an element or compound made up of neutro…
Atoms form bonds w/ one another to form these eg: DNA, H20, C02
Parts of a cell such as the nucleus & ER
The smallest level at which life exists
Atom
The smallest part of an element or compound made up of neutro…
Molecule
Atoms form bonds w/ one another to form these eg: DNA, H20, C02
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Prentice Hall: Biology- Chapter 1* The science of Biology
Hypothesis
Data
Inference
Science
possible explanation for a set of observations or possible an…
The information gathered from observations ( or evidence)
Logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
organized way of using evidence to learn about the natural wo…
Hypothesis
possible explanation for a set of observations or possible an…
Data
The information gathered from observations ( or evidence)
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Biology Miller and Levine Prentice Chapter 19: Bacteria and Viruses. Sydney
prokaryotes
Monera Kingdom
Eubacteria
archreabacteria
unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
untill recently all prokaryotes were placed in this kingdom.
a kingdom of prokayotes whose cell walls are made up of pepti…
kindom of prokaryotes, whose cell walls lack peptidoglycan, h…
prokaryotes
unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
Monera Kingdom
untill recently all prokaryotes were placed in this kingdom.
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Biology Miller and Levine Prentice Chapter 19: Bacteria and Viruses.
prokaryotes
Monera Kingdom
Eubacteria
archreabacteria
unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
untill recently all prokaryotes were placed in this kingdom.
a kingdom of prokayotes whose cell walls are made up of pepti…
kindom of prokaryotes, whose cell walls lack peptidoglycan, h…
prokaryotes
unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
Monera Kingdom
untill recently all prokaryotes were placed in this kingdom.
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Miller & Levine Biology Chapter 17 Science Flashcards
What are molecular clocks? What does i…
Where do new genes come from?
How may Hox genes be involved in evolu…
molecular clock
A molecular clock uses mutation rates in DNA to estimate the…
One way in which new genes evolve is through the duplication,…
Small changes in Hox gene activity during embryological devel…
method used by researchers that uses mutation rates in DNA to…
What are molecular clocks? What does i…
A molecular clock uses mutation rates in DNA to estimate the…
Where do new genes come from?
One way in which new genes evolve is through the duplication,…
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