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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

[BIOL 111] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (146 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

[BIOL 111] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (70 pages long)

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6 Feb 2017
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomWinter

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carrying Capacity, Eastern Cottontail, Chitin

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4 Oct 2017
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UBCBIOL 111Anne- Marie SinghFall

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Habitat Destruction, Lysis, Hydrophile

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17 Nov 2014
Chapter 19- population ecology: endangered species are in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range , threatened specie
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UBCBIOL 111Anne- Marie SinghFall

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Guanine, Adenine, Nuclear Membrane

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17 Nov 2014
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UBCBIOL 111Anne- Marie SinghFall

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Detritivore, Archaea, Permafrost

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17 Nov 2014
Biology as a science chapter 1 (14-18: science: to know , science is about understanding the natural world and how it came to be. It"s an ongoing proce
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UBCBIOL 111Catherine OrtnerWinter

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mesopelagic Zone, Pearson Education, Nature Geoscience

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12 Sep 2014
Life in the deepest 3: summary & commentary. Water in an ocean"s hadal zone is characterized by extremely high levels of hydrostatic pressure. This hig
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UBCBIOL 111Garyen ChongFall

BIOL 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Simple Columnar Epithelium, Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Simple Squamous Epithelium

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11 Nov 2018
Epithelial tissues (covers body surfaces and lines hollow organs) Simple squamous epithelium: at sites of filtration (kidneys) or diffusion (heart, lun
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UBCBIOL 111AllSpring

Biology111Finalexampracticequestions.docx

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14 Jul 2014
Biology 111 practice final exam questions december 2011. These questions are designed to illustrate the format of exam questions. We do not repeat in t
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BIOL 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Shoulder Girdle, Cervical Vertebrae, Axial Skeleton

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2 Mar 2020
Biology 204: practice questions for lab 4: sample solutions. Note: for some of these practice problems, i have provided more than one sample solution t
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UBCWinter

BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Membrane Potential

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23 Feb 2020
This week"s pre-reading is a selection of sections from chapter 5, detailed below. The pre-reading and homework questions for this week close at 7:59 a
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UBCWinter

BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Membrane Potential, Nernst Equation, Goldman Equation

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23 Feb 2020
Directed pre-readings are designed to help you get as much of the relevant material out of the reading as possible. Reading the material before lecture
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UBCWinter

BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hindbrain

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23 Feb 2020
This week"s pre-reading is a selection from chapter 8, detailed below. Edition page and figure references may not be reliable (adding 26 to the pages c
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UBCWinter

BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Signal Transduction

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23 Feb 2020
This week"s pre-reading is a selection from chapters 4 and 8, detailed below. As you know by now, the 2nd edition page and figure references may not be
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UBCFall

BIOL 200 Midterm: Problem sets-5

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19 Oct 2019
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UBCFall

BIOL 200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Quaternary, Hydrogen Bond

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19 Oct 2019
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UBCFall

BIOL 200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Sphingosine, Sphingomyelin

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19 Oct 2019
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UBCFall

BIOL 200 Midterm: Problem sets-10

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19 Oct 2019
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UBCFall

BIOL 200 Midterm: Problem sets-1

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19 Oct 2019
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UBCBIOL 111Bernardita GermanoWinter

BIOL 111 Lecture 3: Life - Defining and Naming

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16 Jan 2019
I 8 important characteristics common to living things : Order energy is spent to maintain this order. Universe leans towards entropy - when no order ca
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UBCBIOL 111Bernardita GermanoWinter

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cladistics

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16 Jan 2019
18 phylogenetic trees based on the idea that all living things have diverged from a common ancestor used to describe relatedness between organisms. Cha
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UBCBIOL 111Bernardita GermanoWinter

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Exponential Growth, Logistic Function, Intraspecific Competition

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8 Feb 2019
: # of individuals density : # of individuals / unit of area ages#xe. : proportion of individuals of different ages dynamics population interactions be
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Lecture 11: Adaption/Speciation/Selection

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10 Feb 2017
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Lecture 4: Food Web, Biodiversity, Habitat and species selection, Mass Extinction, Threats to biodiversity

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13 Jan 2017
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UBCBIOL 111Catherine OrtnerWinter

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Photic Zone, Manganese Nodule, Coccolith

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12 Sep 2014
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UBCBIOL 111Bernardita GermanoWinter

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Longwave, Genotype, Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor

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31 Jan 2019
: physiological / biochemical change in a species (occurring over generations) that increases the species. , grow t reproduce ; not revers able , a gen
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UBCBIOL 111Santokh SinghFall

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chitin, Organism, Foot Odor

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19 Dec 2015
You have done research into healthy food and have discovered that once upon a time many of our fruits and vegetables were originally purple. Research h
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UBCBIOL 111AllFall

BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Helios, Chromosome, Chordate

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20 Oct 2014
Learning outcomes: identify differences among domains and kingdoms, name common species using scientific nomenclature. Readings: 1: 8-13; 14: 285-289;
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Lecture 17: Cell's Life

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17 Mar 2017
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Confidence Interval, Sample Size Determination, Dependent And Independent Variables

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2 Sep 2014
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Tiruchirappalli, Planned Economy, Sub-Saharan Africa

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2 Sep 2014
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -21 Days, Macrophage, Homeostasis

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2 Sep 2014
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Cambrian Explosion, Protist, Restriction Enzyme

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2 Sep 2014
Also some of the above definitions do not apply to some living organisms: homeostasis: having a constant internal environment despite an ever changing
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Metastasis, Chemotherapy, Veon

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16 Mar 2017
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Twine, Antoni Patek, Felipe Poey

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3 Mar 2017
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UBCBIOL 111William MilsomSpring

BIOL 111 Chapter 31: Conservation

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16 Jan 2017
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Habitat Fragmentation, Eutrophication, Decomposer

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2 Sep 2014
The percentage sum is more than 100% because at one time, more than one factor is affecting species. Habitat alteration (habitat destruction and introd
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Primary Production, Infant Mortality, Population Momentum

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2 Sep 2014
Ecology is the field of biology that focuses on the interactions among organisms as well as between them and their environment. Population is defined a
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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Salmonella Enterica Subsp. Enterica, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Cladistics

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2 Sep 2014
Developing evolutionary classifications: evolutionary classifications is a hypothesis of the relationship among organisms and are based on the principl
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BIOL 111 Study Guide - Detritivore, Archaea, Permafrost

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UBCBIOL 111Bernardita GermanoWinter

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BIOL 111 Lecture 13: Cells & Disease Pt2

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BIOL 111 Lecture 12: Cells & Disease

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BIOL 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Overfishing, Samsung Galaxy S Iii

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BIOL 111 Lecture 7: Ecology Pt3

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BIOL 111 Lecture 5: Ecology

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