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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL 150- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

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BIOL 150- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 21 pages long!)

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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

[BIOL 150] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (11 pages long)

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Inductive reasoning is drawing general conclusion from speci c observations. Deductive reasoning is drawing speci c predictions from general premises.
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL 150- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 12 pages long!)

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Ecology science that studies organisms interacting with their environment. Environmentalism activism focused on protecting the natural environment, par
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phragmites, Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Whirligig Beetle

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The scientific method: science progresses by building on existing knowledge, we always aim to disprove our hypothesis. Inductive reasoning: draws concl
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UWBIOL150Kirsten MullerFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inductive Reasoning, Ecology, Bioinformatics

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28 Dec 2011
Evolves quickly; started to see resistant strains in about a dozen years. Darwin"s ideas were shaped by finches on the different islands and skeletal s
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UWBIOL150Jonathan WittFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Phylogenetic Tree, Binomial Nomenclature, Unicellular Organism

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16 Oct 2011
Chapter 1: biology and the tree of life. Heritable: referring to traits that can be transmitted from one generation to the next. Natural selection acts
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Whirligig Beetle, Algal Bloom, Ecosystem Ecology

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13 Jan 2017
Inductive reasoning is drawing general conclusion from speci c observations. Deductive reasoning is drawing speci c predictions from general premises.
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Assortative Mating, Altricial, Semelparity And Iteroparity

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13 Jan 2017
Life history is the lifetime pattern of growth, development and reproduction. Predicts how natural selection shapes the way organisms invest their reso
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UWBIOL150Kirsten MullerFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Balancing Selection, Stabilizing Selection, Speciation

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18 Dec 2011
Science search for information and explanation of natural phenomena, method of examination: myths does not lead to truth, cannot prove, can be done wit
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BIOL130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Scatter Plot, Box Plot, Pupillary Distance

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9 Feb 2020
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BIOL130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ethylene Glycol, Reaction Rate Constant, Elementary Reaction

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9 Feb 2020
This document contains a selection of practice questions relevant to test 2. The questions in this document along with the assignment questions, partic
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BIOL130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Internal Energy, Heat Transfer, Bond Albedo

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9 Feb 2020
_________________________________________________________: short answer questions, [0. 5] list 4 phases of matter. Solid, liquid, gas, plasma: [0. 5] i
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BIOL373L Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Waterloo, Point Particle, Momentum

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23 Oct 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nuclear Localization Sequence, Nuclear Membrane, Nuclear Pore

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25 Mar 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Non-Competitive Inhibition, Exergonic Reaction, Competitive Inhibition

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25 Mar 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: G1 Phase, G0 Phase, Caspase

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25 Mar 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nuclear Pore, Protein Kinase A, Cell Membrane

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25 Mar 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Aminoacyl-Trna, Frameshift Mutation, Sigma Factor

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25 Mar 2019
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BIOL130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope

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UWBIOL150Dragana MiskovicFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lysine, Alanine, Pyrimidine

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3 Nov 2015
The substance that would be expected in the hydrolyzed protein would be individual amino acids because the peptide bonds between them would be hydrolyz
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UWBIOL150Heidi Engelhardt

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Starch, Cataloging In Publication, Ph Indicator

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17 Nov 2017
For adlc use only (if label is missing or incorrect) Copyright 2008 alberta distance learning centre, a subsidiary of the board of trustees of pembina.
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UWBIOL150Todd HolyoakFall

biol 150 Lecture 7: biol 130 Lecture 7: Unit 7- Intracellular Transport

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14 Dec 2015
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

Biol150 - Biodiversity and Conservation.pdf

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11 Dec 2013
Bacteria and archaea - still many undiscovered. Many species are missed bc they are rare. Highest at the tropics, decreases towards poles. Endemism - s
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UWBIOL150Joel HarrisonFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Photosynthetically Active Radiation, Shortwave Radiation, Ecosystem Ecology

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20 Oct 2015
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UWBIOL150Todd HolyoakFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Atp Synthase, Vitamin B3 Complex

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14 Dec 2015
Obtained from chemical bond energy stored in food . Energy stored/transported in high energy bonds of activated carrier molecules (e. g. , atp, nadh) E
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dew Point, Vapor Pressure, Northern Hemisphere

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20 Sep 2017
Ecology science that studies organisms interacting with their environment. Environmentalism activism focused on protecting the natural environment, par
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Photosynthesis, Permafrost, Lightning

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21 Sep 2017
Broad-leaved ever green forests, deserts, and grass lands. Major groupings of plat and animal communities defined by a dominant vegetation type. Each b
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UWBIOL150Todd HolyoakFall

biol 150 Lecture 6: biol 130 Lecture 6: Unit 6 - Biological Membranes

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14 Dec 2015
Eukaryotic cells membrane bound organelles: encloses contents of entire cell, controls what comes in and goes out, signals get sent through membrane, n
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UWBIOL150Dragana MiskovicFall

biol 150 Lecture 1: Chemistry Lab Conclusion

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13 Nov 2015
It is important for chemistry industries to get gains greater than the amount they put in and it is important to find out whether these synthesizing me
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UWBIOL150Tristan A F LongWinter

biol 150 Chapter 1-5: Module 1 Notes

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25 Jan 2016
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Peruvian Anchoveta, Thermocline, Neritic Zone

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26 Jun 2016
Abiotic or physical aspects include temperature, precipitation, sunlight, and wind. Biotic (living) components are members of the same or different spe
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecosystem Ecology, Biocoenosis, Landscape Ecology

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26 Jun 2016
Ecology: a science, the scientific study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Environment of an organisms contains of the exte
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UWBIOL150Joel HarrisonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 & 2: Biocoenosis, Ecosystem Ecology, Population Ecology

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18 Sep 2015
Ecology: the study of the relationship btw organism and their environment. Environmentalism: activism focused on protecting the environment. Environmen
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Chapter 4: Biol 150 Chap 4 The Terrestrial Environment

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14 Sep 2018
Biomes: broad-leaved evergreen forests, deserts, and grasslands majoring groupings of plant and animal communities defined by a dominant vegetation typ
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Reciprocal Altruism, Circadian Clock, Stepfamily

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20 Jul 2016
Ultimate means the entire population, proximate narrows down to individual organism. Migration is defined as the long distance movement of a population
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Birmingham City Centre, Pioneer Species, Floristics

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20 Jul 2016
Tansley modified this into the polyclimax hypothesis: similar climates support different climax types, depending on substrate. Pattern climax theory po
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Plasmodium, Medium Ground Finch, Tsetse Fly

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20 Jul 2016
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Density Dependence, Carrying Capacity, Logistic Function

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20 Jul 2016
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fouquieria Splendens, Stoma, Primary Production

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BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Character Displacement, Carrying Capacity, Parasitism

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In exponential population growth, r increases as population size increases: true, false, population growth rates are usually close to rmax, true, false
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

Biol 150 final notes.docx

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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Survivorship Curve, Keystone Species, Viviparous Lizard

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A population is a group of individuals (of the same species) that live in the same area at the same time. Population ecology is the study of how and wh
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[BIOL 150] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (11 pages long)

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Inductive reasoning is drawing general conclusion from speci c observations. Deductive reasoning is drawing speci c predictions from general premises.
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BIOL150 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Whirligig Beetle, Algal Bloom, Ecosystem Ecology

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Inductive reasoning is drawing general conclusion from speci c observations. Deductive reasoning is drawing speci c predictions from general premises.
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL 150- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

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UWBIOL150Todd HolyoakFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Catabolism, Chloroplast, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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UWBIOL150Joel HarrisonFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Egg Cell, Permafrost, Bluegill

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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phragmites, Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Whirligig Beetle

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The scientific method: science progresses by building on existing knowledge, we always aim to disprove our hypothesis. Inductive reasoning: draws concl
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UWBIOL150Dragana MiskovicFall

BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lysine, Alanine, Pyrimidine

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BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biome, Geomorphology, Upwelling

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Primary productivity conversion of inorganic compounds into organic compounds. Gross primary productivity amount of chemical energy produced in a given
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BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Proximate And Ultimate Causation, Withdrawal Reflex, Ethology

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BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Westerlies, Hadley Cell, Atmospheric Circulation

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BIOL150 Lecture 8: Behavioural Ecology

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BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Decomposer, Primary Producers

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BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Herbivore, Survivorship Curve, Maximum Life Span

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BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Phenotypic Trait, Assortative Mating, Panmixia

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6. 1 evolutionary processes: various processes disrupt the hardy-weinberg equilibrium. Mutations: heritable change in the structure of genes or chromos
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BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Bluegill, Bee Hives, Behavioral Ecology

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BIOL150 Chapter 2: Biol 150 Chap 2 Climate

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Climate: long-term average pattern of weather and may be described on a local, regional or global scale. Different from weather which is the combinatio
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BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Limnetic Zone, Cyanobacteria, Oceanic Zone

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Nutrient availability, water depth, and water movement are the 3 key physical factors affect the distribution and abundance or organisms. Nutrient leve
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