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Linear Algebra with Applications, 9.e - Anton (Solution Manual)
Linear Algebra with Applications, 9.e - Anton (Solution Manual)
I know this isn't biology-related but it may come in handy for those pursuing a science related degree. Its

Linear Algebra with Applications, 9.e - Anton (Solution Manual)

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enjoy
Study Resources and Test-Banks   biolove   4128   9 years ago
Pearson Biology 7th Ed MC
Pearson Biology 7th Ed MC
Here are some questions I dug up:

Please read each question carefully and enter the best answer for each into both test booklet and Scantron. Be sure to indicate which test version you completed on your Scantron.
There are 45 chapter questions and 5 bonus questions.
You have 60 minutes to complete the test.

Choose the one alternative that best
Study Resources and Test-Banks   doubleu   10936   9 years ago
Other   bio_man   2019   9 years ago
Active Transport by Group Translocation
Active Transport by Group Translocation
Animation on Active Transport by Group Translocation

http://ppdictionary.com/tutorials/active_transport.htm
Other   admin   2807   9 years ago
Electron Transport System and ATP Formation
Electron Transport System and ATP Formation
Animation on Electron Transport System and ATP Formation

http://ppdictionary.com/tutorials/electron_transport.htm
Other   admin   1353   9 years ago
Writing a laboratory report (Detailed Explanation)
Writing a laboratory report (Detailed Explanation)
This is a great tutorial on how to write a lab report if you're just starting off in your studies...

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Bio_man
Introductory Courses   bio_man   5191   9 years ago
A-B Toxin
A-B Toxin

Other   bio_man   1097   9 years ago
Protein Synthesis Animation Video
Protein Synthesis Animation Video
Other   bio_man   2007   9 years ago
What are the different types of scientific articles?
What are the different types of scientific articles?
What are the different types of scientific articles?

Research articles form the “core” of scientific literature – these are the articles written to present findings in specific areas, and are often targeted toward a specific audience of other scientists working in the same area.  Each research article includes enough background information (usually gained from other
Other   admin   3531   9 years ago
[Tutorial] - How to Read a Scientific Research Paper: A Four-Step Guide for Students
[Tutorial] - How to Read a Scientific Research Paper: A Four-Step Guide for Students
Introduction

Reading research papers (primary articles) is partly a matter of experience and skill, and partly learning the specific vocabulary of a field. First of all, don’t panic! If you approach a primary article step by step, even an impossible looking paper can be understood.
Procedure:

The Four Steps: Skimming, Vocabu
Free Notes   admin   2964   9 years ago
Cell Biology Animations
Cell Biology Animations
An amazing set of links (animations) related to cell biology:

http://www.johnkyrk.com/
Other   admin   1201   9 years ago
Excellent Animation on Cancer
Excellent Animation on Cancer
http://wps.prenhall.com/wps/media/objects/838/858549/ch05anim/5_1_2_1a.swf


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Hope you enjoy it.
Other   bio_man   936   8 years ago
The Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4th Edition, online FREE!
The Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4th Edition, online FREE!
The entire Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4th Edition, which is a completely fantastic book and the standard reference for the subject, is online free at Pubmed!

The only thing it lacks is a convenient index. So I made one. The online version also has ALL the pictures and figures.

Since I can't add the HTML as an attachment, I pasted it into this message.
Free Notes   duddy   8134   8 years ago
moore help.
moore help.
what caould two solutions to reduce further ecological and meteorological impacts on the environment be.. ? and how would they work.
High School Level Science   jennareid   976   8 years ago
Whats another biogeochemical cycles besides the hydrological cycle that would be affected by the ...
Whats another biogeochemical cycles besides the hydrological cycle that would be affected by the ...
whats another biogeochemical cycles besides the hydrological cycle that would be affected by the “Asian brown cloud” and how would it upset their state of equilibrium.. ?
High School Level Science   jennareid   1703   8 years ago
The F1 progeny of cross 1 were allowed to interbreed and the resulting F2 progeny are shown in the t
The F1 progeny of cross 1 were allowed to interbreed and the resulting F2 progeny are shown in the t
Cross 2

The F1 progeny of cross 1 were allowed to interbreed and the resulting F2 progeny are shown in the table below.
Phenotype Number

Red-eyed male  362
Red-eyed female  384
Scarlet-eyed male  141
Scarlet-eyed female  122

1. Calculate the following phenotypic ratios to 1 decimal place (eg 4.9 : 1). (not sure
Cell Biology   Sara   5588   8 years ago
eukaryotes mRNA transcription
eukaryotes mRNA transcription

Which one of the following statements about mRNA transcription and processing in eukaryotes is incorrect?

1. A methylguanosine cap is added to the 5' end of each transcript.
2. All transcription occurs in the nucleus.
3. A string of adenosines are added to the 3' end of the primary transcript by the same RNA polymerase     that transc
Cell Biology   chang190   1257   8 years ago
Help needed with Study exercise due 2morrow (Fri)
Help needed with Study exercise due 2morrow (Fri)
Hi,

any help would be greatly appreciated on this, i have figured out half of the questions but am still struggling with Q 5, 6, 7, 8 , 9, 10 and 12.

This is due in tomorrow. Face with Open Mouth

I have a previous post Help needed for study exercise, really struggling by Sara where these questions can be found.
Cell Biology   Sara   824   8 years ago
Differential interference contrast light microscopy (Cell Division)
Differential interference contrast light microscopy (Cell Division)
Other   admin   1335   8 years ago
directional (forced) clonning
directional (forced) clonning
A directional (forced) clonning is planned using the restriction enzymes Pst1 and Sph1 to generate incompatible termini in the vector pUC18. Note that enzymes have different optimum buffer requirements and must be digested sequentially rather than simultaneously. The plasmid is first digested with Sph1, purified on a column, eluted and resuspended in Pst1 buffer and digested with Ps
Cell Biology   allan2009   834   8 years ago
A 30 year old man, a mechanic by profession came to the emergency department complaining of generali
A 30 year old man, a mechanic by profession came to the emergency department complaining of generali
A 30 year old man, a mechanic by profession came to the emergency department complaining of generalized body rigidity of two days duration. He has no Hx of fever, shortness of breath or cough.
On physical examination Vital signs are with in normal limit.
He is in opisthothonic position, he has torticolis and the deep tendon reflexes are exaggerated.
He is also foun
Anatomy and Physiology   mary   945   8 years ago
Histology
Histology
Name the tissue.
 Name the structure indicated by the white arrow.
 Identify the specific region of this cell indicated by the red arrow. Briefly
explain its function
Cell Biology   tat3rka   729   8 years ago
Why is it necessary to make new primary cultures of normal cells while growing phage?
Why is it necessary to make new primary cultures of normal cells while growing phage?
why is it necessary to make new primary cultures of normal cells while growing phage?
General Biology   Chris   709   8 years ago
Vector Cloning
Vector Cloning
A vector was prepared by a double restriction digest (EcoR1 + BamH1) to generate different ends for zero background colonies. Say you preformed a parallel experiment using the different enzyme pair Sma1 and Hae111 to prepare the vector, which was then ligated to fragments with Sma1/Hae111 ends. What result would be obtained when the transformation plates were examined? 4marks... i h
Cell Biology   allan2009   681   8 years ago
Histology
Histology
1. Name the organ from which this section was taken.
2. What is the prevalent epithelium in this section?
3. The structure near the center of the image (indicated by the green circle)
obviously is surrounded by a different epithelium than the rest of the
section – this should be a clue to what this structure is – name the
structure indicated by the green cir
Cell Biology   tat3rka   682   8 years ago
Reaction Network
Reaction Network
Consider the following reaction in series
     
     E1       E2
A?Rightwards Arrow  B  Rightwards Arrow   C
     r1        r2

The two enzymes are E1, E1 and two reaction rates are designated as r1 and r2. The Km, r(max) for E1 and E2 are (1 mM, 3 mM/s) and (0.1mM, 10 mM/s) respectively.
Biochemistry   minjai0322   824   8 years ago
Other   sarah   1904   8 years ago
2-D gel electrophoresis Animation
2-D gel electrophoresis Animation
Check out this animation on 2-D Gel Electrophoresis!

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Other   sarah   11212   8 years ago
Simulation of Genetic Drift Animation
Simulation of Genetic Drift Animation
The inheritance of genes in sexual reproduction has a major chance component. During meiosis homologous chromosomes separate and migrate to different poles. The haploid daughter cells each have one allele for each gene, but which allele they have is random. Essentially meiosis is like flipping thousands of coins and getting either a head (one allele) or a tail (the other allele) for
Other   sarah   2295   8 years ago
Other   sarah   2624   8 years ago
[Animation] - DNA Structure
[Animation] - DNA Structure
Amazing Animation!

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Other   sarah   1560   8 years ago
[Animation] - Simple Gene Expression
[Animation] - Simple Gene Expression
What is meant by gene expression?

In a multicellular organism, usually every cell contains the complete genome. All genes are present in every nucleus. However, in any given cell, only some of the genes are actually producing mRNA. Many of the genes are inactive and never do anything. Other genes only produce mRNA at certain points in the life of a cell or in resp
Other   sarah   2611   8 years ago
Mechanism of Steroid Hormone Action Animation
Mechanism of Steroid Hormone Action Animation
How do hormones work?

Hormones influence the growth and develop of organisms. For example hormones determine whether individuals become male or female. Many hormones are steroids. Steroids are a class of lipids. All steroids share a carbon skeleton composed of four fused rings. Hormones are compounds used for long distance signaling in both plants and animals. In a
Other   sarah   3176   8 years ago
Endosymbiosis Animation
Endosymbiosis Animation
Animation - Endosymbiosis

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Other   sarah   1457   8 years ago
Animation - Cytoplasmic Streaming
Animation - Cytoplasmic Streaming
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Other   sarah   1701   8 years ago
Lysosomes Animation
Lysosomes Animation
Lysosomes

How do cells dispose of unwanted organic material?

Although food has been broken down into individual molecules by the time it reaches a cell, cells still need to deal with larger complexes of organic material. Intracellular digestion is carried out by organelles called lysosomes. There are several contexts in which cells need to carry out dige
Other   sarah   2052   8 years ago
Feedback Inhibition of Biochemical Pathways Animation
Feedback Inhibition of Biochemical Pathways Animation
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How do enzymes interact with substrates to cause chemical reactions?

Enzymes function by catalyzing reactions. A catalyst changes the rate of a chemical reaction without being permanently altered by that reaction. Enzymes greatly increase the rat
Other   sarah   1494   8 years ago
Animation: Glycolysis
Animation: Glycolysis
Try out this quiz!

Glycolysis Quiz
Other   sarah   1489   8 years ago
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