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SFUBISC 102Ron YdenbergSpring

BISC 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)

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Meiosis i: homologs in each chromosome pair separate from each other. One homolog goes to one daughter cell; the other goes to another daughter cell. M
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SFUBISC 102Rolf MathewesSpring

BISC 102- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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SFUBISC 102Isabelle CoteFall

BISC 102 Final: Lab Vocabulary Full List (A-Z)

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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleySummer

BISC 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Apple Maggot, Australopithecus, Foxp2

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Bisc 102 midterm (lecture 2 13 notes) 2. 3 bya great oxygenation event, banded iron forms. ~700 mya late precambrian oxygenation, appearance of green p
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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stromatolite, Cyanobacteria, Taxodium

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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Burnaby Mountain, Rubus Spectabilis, Herbivore

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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Banded Iron Formation, Petrified Wood, Hematite

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Lec 6: early earth: earth = ~ 4. 6 by old. Constant meteorites bombarding (leads to evaporation of oceans) Atmosphere: h2o, n2, ch4, co2 atm lacked mol
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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleySpring

BISC 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cambrian Explosion, Genetic Variation, Mitosis

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Lecture 1: introduction: course syllabus, sfu"s policy on academic integrity, note: this is a good time to make a note of all assignment deadlines & ex
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SFUBISC 102Ivona MladenovicSpring

BISC 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Mitosis, Ecotone

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BISC 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Frequency-Dependent Selection, Ecological Niche, Inbreeding Depression

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Read all of the questions carefully before attempting to answer. You will be marked on quality, not quantity. Please answer each question in the space
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SFUBISC 100AllFall

BISC 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Atomic Number, Membrane Protein, Heterotroph

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BISC 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Quantitative Genetics, Human Height, Chemiosmosis

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SFUBUS 312George BlazenkoSpring

BUS 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Growth Capital, Financial Statement, Income Statement

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Assignment 2: the following information is available on the financial accounts of abc corporation. You can presume that depreciation for tax and for fi
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SFUBUS 312George BlazenkoSpring

BUS 312 Lecture 4: BUS 312 Lecture : 4

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Feb. 12, 2019: (10 marks) abc company has breakeven dollar sales of ,000 per annum and invested capital of ,500,000. The forecast for the upcoming year
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SFUBUS 312George BlazenkoSpring

BUS 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Net Present Value, Opportunity Cost, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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Abc company ltd. , is considering a possible business investment that requires a. Immediately after the expenditure, the new venture"s market to book r
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SFUBUS 312George BlazenkoSpring

BUS 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Retained Earnings, Deferred Income, Contribution Margin

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Feb. 05, 2019: the following information is available on the financial accounts of abc corporation. Notes: "equity" represents the sum of all of the ac
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SFUBUS 483Sasha RamnarineSpring

BUS 483 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vacuum Cleaner, Independent Contractor, Drywall

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Bus 483 practice exam answers: in which of the following situations will smith be responsible for the tortious conduct of. After the first day, drew we
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SFUBUS 483Sasha RamnarineSpring

BUS 483 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vacuum Cleaner, Independent Contractor, Drywall

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Bus 483 practice exam: in which of the following situations will smith be responsible for the tortious conduct of. After the first day, drew went to hi
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SFUBUS 483Sasha RamnarineSpring

BUS 483 Study Guide - Final Guide: Independent Contractor, Wrongful Dismissal, Call Centre

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Written questions (40 marks: tim operated his own business and entered into an employment contract with kimball. Industries to provide services and be
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SFUBISC 102Ron Ydenberg

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Equilibrium

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Both venus and mars atmosphere are made up of co2. Venus atmosphere is so hot that you can boil lead. Ca(cid:374)"t (cid:271)e orga(cid:374)i(cid:272)
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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cataglyphis, Path Integration, Odometer

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Approximately 99% of all species that have ever lived have gone extinct. However, on average speciation > extinction (the horseshoe crab is extant, mea
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SFUBISC 102Rolf MathewesSpring

BISC 102 Lecture 1: History of Evolution

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SFUBISC 102Rolf MathewesSpring

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phylogenetic Tree, Theropoda, Monophyly

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Fossils are one source: traces of organism that lived in the past. Many different mode of preservation: permineralization (petrifaction), impressions,
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Peromyscus, Melanocortin

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SFUBISC 102Ron YdenbergSpring

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ammonia, Hydrothermal Vent, Prokaryote

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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleySummer

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Taxidermy, Overproduction

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Got interested in insects, taxidermy, took lectures on botany and geology. Did(cid:374)"t (cid:449)o(cid:396)k out went to cambridge and studied theolo
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SFUBISC 102Tony WilliamsFall

BISC 102 Lecture 19: Adaptive Radiations & Extinction- Lecture Notes

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What are we doing today? what is macroevolution? adaptive radiations mass extinctions. Microevolution evolution on a small scale changes in allele freq
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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleySummer

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sexual Selection, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Fish Fin

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SFUBISC 102Ron YdenbergSpring

BISC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Evolutionary Medicine, Khan Academy, Hand Axe

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Lecture 15th: water spins in different directions on opposite sides of the equator; right on the equator, water goes down, water is the main thing that
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Phanerozoic, Radiometric Dating, Petrified Wood

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Most of the processes that form fossils begin when part or all of an organism is buried in ash, sand, mud or some other type of sediment. How fossiliza
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Pea, Blending Inheritance, Theodor Boveri

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Chromosome theory of heritance explained how genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next. Theory contends that the meiosis cause
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SFUBISC 102Isabelle CoteFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ovule, Parasitic Plant, Mycelium

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Sperm producing structure in most land plants except angiosperms. Egg producing structure in most land plants except angiosperms. Group of fungi, an aq
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 53: Interspecific Competition, Intraspecific Competition, Geospiza

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SFUBISC 102Rolf MathewesSpring

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25.2: Da Band

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SFUBISC 102Isabelle CoteFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Burgess Shale, Cambrian Explosion, Ctenophora

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Hawaiian silverswords display 3 hallmarks of an adapive radiaion: they are monophyleic group, speciated rapidly, diversiied ecologically meaning in ter
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SFUBISC 102Erin BarleyFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23, 31: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Dikaryon, Hypha

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Animals: gametes produced by differentiation that occurs in products of meiosis. Plants: haploid cells produced by meiosis reproduce a few times before
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sister Chromatids, Homologous Chromosome, Spindle Apparatus

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SFUBISC 102Tony WilliamsFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Synapomorphy, Sympatry, Alpheidae

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Speciation occurs when populations of the same species become genetically isolated by lack of gene ow and then diverge from each other due to selection
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SFUBISC 102Joan SharpFall

BISC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Simian, Australopithecine, Hominini

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Consists of two main groups: prosimians and anthropoids: the prosimians consist of the lemurs, found in madagascar, and the tarsiers, pottos, and loris
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