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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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#1: colour patterns can also be used for concealment (i. e. songbirds have eyelines or eyestripes - disruptive patterns, disruptive patterns break up t
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Insect, Sperm, Lepidoptera

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12 Oct 2018
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Names of animals in text book are important for tests and exams. Aposematic : bright colours that warn of strong defense. Mullerian mimicry: sharing co
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CARLETONBIOL 1902mrWinter

BIOL 1902- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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If you see a caterpillar covered in yellow and red spines, you would suspect that it: has a strong chemical defense. Monarch butterfly caterpillars are
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Natural selection: animals that did not match the background were eaten first, animals that matched background survived better, peppered moth can chang
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Insect, Sperm, Lepidoptera

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20 Nov 2018
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Names of animals in text book are important for tests and exams. Aposematic : bright colours that warn of strong defense. Mullerian mimicry: sharing co
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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#1: colour patterns can also be used for concealment (i. e. songbirds have eyelines or eyestripes - disruptive patterns, disruptive patterns break up t
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Wasp, Terpenoid, Stamen

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20 Nov 2018
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A grouse is an animal that is speckled. A brown creeper is an example of dappled pattern. Disruptive patterns: pattern that break up the body shape of
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

[BIOL 1902] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (33 pages long!)

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Aggressive mimicry the animal uses their body parts to lure in prey. Strong toes equipped with talons (modified claws) tools of choice for capturing th
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Camouflage: form of concealment, common form of defense. Background matching: animals appearance resembles its immediate surroundings. Vertical stripes
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

[BIOL 1902] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (74 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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It is the observation of living plants and animals, and their interactions. Camouflage is concealment, meaning the thing is hidden from the observer. B
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BIOL 1103 Final: BIOL 1103 AT Final Exam

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9 Jan 2019
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It is most beneficial to you to write this mock final under exam conditions. Andrew dawson: complete the final in 3 hour(s), work on your own, keep you
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CARLETONFOOD 3001Tsopmo ApollinaireSummer

FOOD 3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Polysaccharide, Hydrogen Bond, Chemical Equation

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17 Jul 2019
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Some of the main types of modification in polysaccharides include the following; The two principle targets of the below polysaccharide are; Cross-linki
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Shawn SmithSpring

BUSI 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Business Process, Knowledge Economy, Wii

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CARLETONBUSI 2400Shawn SmithSpring

BUSI 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Agile Software Development, Scalability, Infinite Loop

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The prototyping and sdlc systems development methods have _____ phases. Select one: the same number of, parallel, different, 12, similar. Sdlc stands f
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Shawn SmithSpring

BUSI 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Customer Relationship Management, Management Information System, Competitive Advantage

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CARLETONCIVE 3205Neal HoltzWinter

CIVE 3205 Final: mt1c-2019-soln

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CIVE 3205 Final: mt2a-2018-soln

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21 Apr 2019
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CIVE 3205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oa, Tension Member, Astm International

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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSpring

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deferral, E-Book

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27 Mar 2018
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Natural history biol 1902 a & t fall 2016/17. Email: please contact me through the culearn course site and in the email subject line please include the
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Flypaper, Phototropism, The Leaves

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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Suction Cup, Glochidium, Cuterebra

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1 Nov 2017
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They get on during their larvae stage and attaches to the dragon y nymph when they are on water (i. e. arrenurus water. No, because they don"t live on
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Turkey Vulture, Cuterebra, Scavenger

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20 Apr 2016
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: American Bittern, Aposematism, Body Plan

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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Brood Patch, Brood Parasite, Hummingbird

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13 Jul 2017
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: White-Tailed Deer, Papilio Canadensis, Papilio Cresphontes

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27 Oct 2016
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It is the observation of living plants and animals, and their interactions. Camouflage is concealment, meaning the thing is hidden from the observer. B
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Northern Hawk-Owl, Alligator Snapping Turtle, Northern Goshawk

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18 Oct 2017
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Spiders use silk, if silk dries out it gets brittle and breaks. Webs are hygroscopic (attracting moisture from the air) thus making it attracted to dew
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Roger Tory Peterson, John James Audubon, Ernest Thompson Seton

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17 Feb 2016
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To develop better understanding of what plants & animals are all about. To gain insights into challenges all living things face, and the remarkable div
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Snowshoe Hare, Treehopper, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe

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24 Oct 2018
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Dealing with the properties of natural objects, plants or animals; scientific account of any subject on similar lines. Naturalist: one who makes a spec
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CARLETONBIOL 1902mrWinter

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Calcium Oxalate, Gray Tree Frog, American Bittern

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27 Sep 2017
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If you see a caterpillar covered in yellow and red spines, you would suspect that it: has a strong chemical defense. Monarch butterfly caterpillars are
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CARLETONBIOL 1902allSpring

Chapter 3 Notes

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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Musk, Quills, Eastern Newt

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CARLETONBIOL 1902John HaleSummer

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes -Swallowtail Butterfly, Painted Turtle, Zoology

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28 Jul 2014
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: American Bittern, Countershading, Sensory System

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25 Jul 2014
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Week 1 3 - introduction - staying alive (chapter one: behavioural and chemical defences of animals continued. Darker) (i. e. whirligigs, ) (countershad
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzSummer

BIOL 1902 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Subcutaneous Tissue, Adipose Tissue, Toboggan

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25 Jul 2014
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eastern Screech Owl, Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse

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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

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BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eastern Cottontail, Apparent Death, Toxicodendron Radicans

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BIOL 1902 Final: Animal & Plant Appendix

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BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Radula, Cecum, Cud

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BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Autotomy, Skink, Vespidae

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