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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteFall

BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Schizachyrium Scoparium, Centaurea Maculosa, Semibalanus Balanoides

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20 Nov 2012
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Examined competition of silica (sio2) in fresh water diatoms = single-celled algae. Diatoms use silica to construct cell walls. Tilman grew 2 diatom sp
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zion National Park, Radiocarbon Dating, Igneous Rock

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2 Jun 2019
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Exponential Growth

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21 Apr 2011
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Case study: snowhoe hare cycles: hudson bay hare population cycle (fluctuations) Hare are major part of their diet: therefore, lynx population is drive
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Theropoda, Spinosaurus, Hoatzin

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2 Jun 2019
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Lecture 10: theropods and the evolution of birds. Q: why might the largest of the theropods represent evolutionary dead-ends: when you specialize to be
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Final: BIOC19 Full Course Notes

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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokFall

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Diluent, Flight Controller

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UTSCBIOB34H3Jason BrownFall

BIOB34H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Toronto Zoo, Reactive Oxygen Species, Macromolecule

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UTSCBIOB10H3Aarti AshokFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Glucose Transporter, Neurotransmitter, Integral Membrane Protein

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UTSCBIOB10H3Aarti AshokFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Botulinum Toxin, Phagocytosis, Organelle

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UTSCBIOB10H3Aarti AshokFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Immunofluorescence, Glycoprotein, Photomultiplier

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: Practice Questions 1 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Medieval Commune, Trophic Cascade

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Fall 2018 PQ Answers

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Practice Questions 2 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Dating, Cyanobacteria, Lead

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23 Oct 2015
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Strata layers of rock/soil with internally consistent characteristics that distinguish them from other layers; strata tells us what was happening to th
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mosasaur, Tiktaalik, Allantois

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23 Oct 2015
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

Lecture 10- BIOC50 theropod evolution

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29 Oct 2013
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Lecture 10 : theropods and the evolution of birds. Ex giganotosaurs (13m: limited resources required specialized niches, specialized massive bones and
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteSummer

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Population Ecology, E-Book, Parasitism

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24 Jul 2011
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Cain, m. l. , bowman, w. d. and hacker, s. d. (2008) ecology. Email: mcadotte@utsc. utoronto. ca (please put biob50 in the subject line) An introductio
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thecodontosaurus, Omnivore, Marine Iguana

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23 Oct 2015
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cyanidin, Punctuated Equilibrium, Phyletic Gradualism

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3 Dec 2013
44
Rates of evolution: we can distinguish between: phylogentic rates: rates at which single characters ir complexes of character evolve, taxonomic rates:
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Myxoma Virus, Garter Snake, Common Cuckoo

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3 Dec 2013
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Coevolution: the joint evolution of two or more interacting species, each of which evolves in response to selection imposed by the other: coevolution i
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 18 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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The ecological footprint analysis reveals that at least three planets earth would required to sustain the present human population at the resource cons
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 22 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Predation can be seen as an extreme form of competition, and the distinction between competition and predation is often blurry. Predation drives the fl
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 8

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19 Jul 2010
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The earth"s tilted axis (23. 50) causes unequal distribution of incoming solar radiation across the planet"s surface, and with it creates the seasons.
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 21- Chapter 23 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N adaptive management: a component of ecosystem management in which management actions are seen as experiments and future management decisions are dete
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 15 - Chapter 15 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N biodiversity: a term used to describe the diversity of important ecological entities that span multiple spatial scales, from genes to species to comm
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 20 - Chapter 17 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N alpha diversity: species diversity at the local or community scale. N beta diversity: the change in species number and composition, or turnover of sp
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 18 -Chapter 20 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N allochthonous: the input of energy and nutrients from outside the ecosystem. N assimilation efficiency: the proportion of ingested food that is assim
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50 Chapter 7 Review

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5 Feb 2012
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Grass plants produce seeds that are buried in soil until conditions are right for germination. Sea star produces thousands of microscopic eggs that dev
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 16 - Chapter 16 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N alternative stable states: different community development scenarios that are possible at the same location under similar environmental conditions. N
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOC50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Niche Differentiation

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28 Apr 2011
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Ballast water carried by ships (ship picture in slides)  sea water is pumped into and out of ballast tanks. Along with water these organisms are taken
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOC50H3 Chapter Notes -Collective Behavior, Early Christianity

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6 Aug 2014
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOC50H3 Chapter Notes -Heat Wave, Mortality Displacement, Single Room Occupancy

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6 Aug 2014
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 17 - Chapter 18 Key Terms

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1 Aug 2010
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N biofuel: a liquid or gas fuel made from plant material (biomass). N biotic resistance: interactions of the native species in a community with non-nat
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Dating, Cyanobacteria, Lead

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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mosasaur, Tiktaalik, Allantois

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Lecture 10- BIOC50 theropod evolution

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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteSummer

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Population Ecology, E-Book, Parasitism

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Cain, m. l. , bowman, w. d. and hacker, s. d. (2008) ecology. Email: mcadotte@utsc. utoronto. ca (please put biob50 in the subject line) An introductio
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thecodontosaurus, Omnivore, Marine Iguana

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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cyanidin, Punctuated Equilibrium, Phyletic Gradualism

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Rates of evolution: we can distinguish between: phylogentic rates: rates at which single characters ir complexes of character evolve, taxonomic rates:
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Myxoma Virus, Garter Snake, Common Cuckoo

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3 Dec 2013
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Coevolution: the joint evolution of two or more interacting species, each of which evolves in response to selection imposed by the other: coevolution i
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 18 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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The ecological footprint analysis reveals that at least three planets earth would required to sustain the present human population at the resource cons
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 22 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Predation can be seen as an extreme form of competition, and the distinction between competition and predation is often blurry. Predation drives the fl
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 8

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19 Jul 2010
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The earth"s tilted axis (23. 50) causes unequal distribution of incoming solar radiation across the planet"s surface, and with it creates the seasons.
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BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Theropoda, Spinosaurus, Hoatzin

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Lecture 10: theropods and the evolution of birds. Q: why might the largest of the theropods represent evolutionary dead-ends: when you specialize to be
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BIOC50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zion National Park, Radiocarbon Dating, Igneous Rock

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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Zion National Park, Geologic Time Scale, Radiocarbon Dating

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Divide geological periods based on the strata: eras, then can be subdivided to periods, memorize the geological column. Earth history divided into diff
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture 12: Lecture Twelve

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22 Dec 2018
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There were time periods of mammals that had different faunas from what is seen today. Adaptive radiation: the rapid evolutionary radiation of a lineage
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stromatolite, Archean, Proterozoic

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22 Dec 2018
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3. 5 billion years ago; not 100% sure they are fossils: cyano- bacteria like cells, one evidence that do they represent actual form of life is the c13/
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture 13: Lecture Thirteen

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22 Dec 2018
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Apes, including (together hominidae) evolve in old world monkey lineage: sister group to the old-world monkey lineage is the new world monkeys. Looking
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tyrannosaurus, Spinosaurus, Theropoda

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22 Dec 2018
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It"s from theropods, one gets the evolution of birds. Theropods are sister groups to the sauropodomorphs. In the early evolution of theropods, we find
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BIOC50H3 Lecture 7: Lecture Seven

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22 Dec 2018
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Transition from water to land: diversification of tetrapod in land. From water to land: evolution and diversification of tetrapod in land. In shallow w
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature, Simile

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22 Dec 2018
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Lecture one: tree of life: phylogeny and classification. Root: last common ancestor of the entire phylogeny. Branch: refers to the lines of the trees t
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture 9: Lecture Nine

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22 Dec 2018
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Tetrapods part 2: marine monsters of the triassic, jurassic and cretaceous. We"re talking about pterosaurs, dinosaurs and relatives. In phylogeny tree,
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