CK-12 Foundation's Biology FlexBook covers the following chapters: What is Biology investigations, methods, observations. The Chemistry of Life biochemical, chemical properties. Cellular Structure a Function DNA, RNA, protein, transport, homeostasis. Photosynthesis a Cellular Respiration energy, glucose, ATP, light, Calvin cycle, glycolysis, Kreps cycle. The Cell Cycle, Mitosis a Meiosis cell division, sexual, asexual reproduction. Gregor Mendel a Genetics inheritance, probability, dominant, recessive, sex-linked traits. Molecular Genetics: From DNA to Proteins mutation, gene expression. Human Genetics a Biotechnology human genome, genetic disorders, sex-linked inheritance, cloning. Life: From the First Organism Onward evolution, extinctions, speciation, classification. The Theory of Evolution Darwin, ancestry, selection, comparative anatomy, biogeography. The Principles of Ecology energy, ecosystems, water, carbon, nitrogen cycles. Communities a Populations biotic ecosystems, biodiversity, resources, climate. Microorganisms: Prokaryotes a Viruses prokaryotes, viruses, bacteria. Eukaryotes: Protists a Fungi animal-, plant-, fungus-like protists, fungi. Plant Evolution a Classification plant kingdom, nonvascular, vascular, seed, flowering plants. Plant Biology tissues, roots, stems, leaves, growth. Introduction to Animals invertebrates, classification, evolution. From Sponges to Invertebrate Chordates sponges, cnidarians, flatworms, roundworms. From Fish to Birds characteristics, classification, evolution. Mammals a Animal Behavior traits, reproduction, evolution, classification, behavior. Introduction to the Human Body: Bones, Muscles a Skin skeletal, muscular, integumentary systems. The Nervous a Endocrine Systems structures, functions. The Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive a Excretory Systems structures, functions, Food Pyramid. The Immune System a Disease responses, defenses. Reproduction a Human Development male, female, lifecycle. Biology Glossary.The genetic code is read three bases at a time. Codons are the code ... Each codon codes for just one amino acid (or start or stop). What might happen ... than one codon. In Figure above , how many codons code for the amino acid threonine?
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