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Each pig has 4 legs and one head. Each chicken has 2 legs and one head. If 10% tax is calculated after the discount, how much will the couch cost: the
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U REGINABIOL488Maryann VaughanWinter

BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Population Genetics

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Individuals do no evolve; populations do: a population is a group of individuals of a single species that live and interbreed in a particular geographi
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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Haliotis Rufescens, Chemoreceptor, Opportunity Cost

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Old animals made decisions thru life as it matured (settle, eat, associate) All decisions made in environment that varies in space and time. Habitat: e
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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Pseudogene, Great Range, Molecular Genetics

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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Genetic Drift, Allele Frequency, Reproductive Isolation

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Dispersal, vicariance, and polyploidization only create the conditions for speciation: for speciation to take place, genetic drift & natural selection
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U REGINABIOL488Maryann VaughanFall

BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Evolutionary Radiation, Lycopodiopsida

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Cambrian period (452-488 mya) marks the beginning of the palaeozoic era. The o2 concentration was approaching its current level; the continents had com
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U REGINABIOL488Maryann VaughanFall

BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Waggle Dance, Inclusive Fitness, Electric Field

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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Extracellular Fluid, Electric Charge

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The neuron solves the problem of conducting information over a distance by using electrical signals that sweep along the axon. Axons act like telephone
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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Conservation Biology, Biogeography, Population Genetics

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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Life Time Fitness, Ovipositor

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The more offspring a parent (or pair of parents) attempts to raise at once, the less time and energy the parent can devote to caring for each one. Sele
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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Radionuclide, Continental Drift, Lithosphere

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U REGINABIOL488Maryann VaughanWinter

BIOL488 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Special Creation, Soapberry, Macroevolution

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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Evolutionary Radiation, Lycopodiopsida

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BIOL488 Lecture Notes - Species Richness, Endemism, Conservation Biology

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