Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

All Educational Materials for BIO220H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

UTSGBIO220H1Arne StinchcombeSpring

BIO220H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

OC132083434 Page
29 Mar 2018
0
A pair of species, caused by selection imposed by each other selection on each other, and response to the selection on each other. The two sexes, cause
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonFall

BIO220H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

OC237649855 Page
28 Mar 2018
0
Birds, butterflies and moths have z and w chromosomes. Low recombination is low crossing over in gametes. High recombination is high crossing over in g
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

[BIO220H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 110 pages long Study Guide!

OC1440594110 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Inheritance ensures transmission of information across generations. High recombination & crossing over in gametes will have different effects on genes
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

[BIO220H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (65 pages long!)

OC50816065 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
Includes mitochondria (mtdna in all population members) and chloroplasts (in all plant populations); sex chromosomes (x and y in humans/ fruit flies or
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

[BIO220H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

OC50816025 Page
6 Feb 2017
26
Includes mitochondria (mtdna in all population members) and chloroplasts (in all plant populations); sex chromosomes (x and y in humans/ fruit flies or
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Trophy Hunting, Selective Sweep, Cougar

OC52531765 Page
6 Feb 2017
36
A pair of species, caused by selection imposed by each other. An evolutionary response changes selection on the opposite species. Reciprocal evolutiona
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Locke RoweWinter

bio220mt1sg.pdf

OC602763 Page
24 Oct 2012
25
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plasmid, Senescence

OC25142341 Page
7 Apr 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Midterm: Notes_5

OC25142341 Page
7 Apr 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 24 Notes

OC78285 Page
12 Apr 2012
17
Big technological advance in the us (b29 and grand coulee dam) B36 is even more important innovation than b29; has jet engines and propellers; wasn"t i
View Document
View all (40+)

Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.
UTSGBIO120H1Aarti AshokFall

BIO120H1 Final: BIO120H1 Final Review 3

OC254740313 Page
30 Nov 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Aarti AshokFall

BIO120H1 Midterm: UTSG - BIO120H1 Term Test 2 2015 Fall Solutions

OC254740312 Page
30 Nov 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Aarti AshokFall

BIO120H1 Exam Solutions Fall 2018: Adaptive Radiation, Histocompatibility, Eye Color

OC254740319 Page
5 Nov 2018
0
[bio120h1: the ultimate source of all genetic variation is mutation (a). While a single can create huge longitudinal changes to human evolution, in man
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Richard Lewontin, Quantitative Genetics, Coevolution

OC25402945 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hemimetabolism, Reduviidae, Impatiens

OC25402945 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
In lab 2, several lab sections counted the number of leaves on. Impatiens plants grown under sun and shade conditions. The table on the right shows dat
View Document
UTSGBIO130H1AllFall

BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Horizontal Gene Transfer, Bacteria, Gene Duplication

OC25402949 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO130H1AllFall

BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rna Polymerase Ii, Cleavage And Polyadenylation Specificity Factor, Viral Vector

OC254029412 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
The following statements describe different aspects of mrna processing and maturation in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells. A plausible explanation for t
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Final: BIO120H1 Final Review Questions 1

OC25402946 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO130H1AllFall

BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cycloheximide, Chloroplast Dna, Metabolome

OC25402947 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
They would like your advice about how to go about this. Which of the following will be least affected in a human cell treated with cycloheximide: the t
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Midterm: BIO120H1 Term Test 2 2015 Fall

OC25402944 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Inbreeding Depression, Genetic Drift, Nucleotide Diversity

OC25087574 Page
8 Mar 2019
0
Among populations (different genotype frequency between the population) What happens genetically to declining populations: genetic drift is enhanced. C
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Chickpea, Date Palm, Vitis Vinifera

OC25087575 Page
8 Mar 2019
0
The world has 50,000 edible plants : yet 3 species account for 60% of food energy intake by humans! Rice, maize, wheat: typically, few genotypes are gr
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Ecological Genetics, Y Chromosome, Allosome

OC25087576 Page
28 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Lactase Persistence, Lactose Intolerance, Coevolution

OC25087575 Page
28 Feb 2019
0
A pair of species, caused by selection imposed by each other. The two sexes, caused by selection imposed by each other. Human agricultural coevolution:
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 11: Final Topics in Evoluntionary Medicine

OC250875710 Page
12 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Antagonistic Pleiotropy Hypothesis, Senescence, Pleiotropy

OC25087577 Page
7 Feb 2019
0
Progressive decline in somatic function reflected in reductions in fertility as well as survivorship. Manifestations of aging: general degeneration of
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 9: Resistance

OC25087576 Page
6 Feb 2019
0
Malaria: resistance in a protozoan parasite and its mosquito vector. Malaria: caused by a protozoan parasite, plasmodium sp, transmitted by mosquitoes,
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antigenic Drift, Flu Season, Antigenic Shift

OC250875711 Page
1 Feb 2019
0
Conventional wisdom: parasites should not harm their hosts. Enlightened theory: parasites evolve to intermediate virulence based on a relationship (tra
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 7: Intro to Evolutionary Medicine and the evolution of virulence

OC25087578 Page
29 Jan 2019
0
Introduction to evolutionary medicine and the evolution of virulence: what is evolutionary medicine, three reasons for our vulnerability to disease, vi
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 6: Extended phenotypes

OC25087579 Page
25 Jan 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 5: Lec.5

OC25087577 Page
23 Jan 2019
0
Conflict: parent offspring (po) conflict, parent parent (pp) conflict, theory (pretty straightforward, data (less straightforward) You want to take mor
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 4:

OC25087577 Page
18 Jan 2019
0
Social behaviour: definitions, a simple evolutionary (a lot of mathematical models from game theory, shared direct benefits explanation of cooperative
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Great Reed Warbler, Junglefowl, Barn Swallow

OC25087576 Page
16 Jan 2019
0
As we will see, male choice occurs in some species, and is simply the reverse. Visual stimulation: long tailed widowbird, satin bower bird, scorpionfly
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gene Expression, Frequency-Dependent Selection, Damselfly

OC25087575 Page
12 Jan 2019
0
A clarification about plasticity is plasticity. an environmental effect on the phenotype of. *daphnia can produce sexually, but most of the time asexua
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Phenotypic Plasticity, Reaction Norm, Drug Resistance

OC25087575 Page
12 Jan 2019
0
Where phenotype comes from: genes, environment and behaviour. Evolutionary explanations for behaviours: the evolution of sexual differences & sexual in
View Document
View all Premium Notes (10+)
View all professors (10+)
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heterogametic Sex, Ecological Genetics, Zw Sex-Determination System

OC3072398 Page
19 Jan 2016
47
Genome: total amount of dna in organism which can be broken into different components: mitochondria (mtdna) Mitochondria = cellular organelles for burn
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Patrilocal Residence, Matrilocal Residence, Coevolution

OC3072399 Page
19 Jan 2016
51
Human populations + movement of humans of humans. Human marriage customs fit into 2 cultural trends: patrilocality: females move to location of their m
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Phenotypic Plasticity, Reaction Norm, Drug Resistance

OC25087575 Page
12 Jan 2019
0
Where phenotype comes from: genes, environment and behaviour. Evolutionary explanations for behaviours: the evolution of sexual differences & sexual in
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Inbreeding Depression, Inbreeding Avoidance, Litmus

OC14405945 Page
18 Jan 2017
8
Inheritance ensures transmission of information across generations. High recombination & crossing over in gametes will have different effects on genes
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gene Expression, Frequency-Dependent Selection, Damselfly

OC25087575 Page
12 Jan 2019
0
A clarification about plasticity is plasticity. an environmental effect on the phenotype of. *daphnia can produce sexually, but most of the time asexua
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 11: Final Topics in Evoluntionary Medicine

OC250875710 Page
12 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 4:

OC25087577 Page
18 Jan 2019
0
Social behaviour: definitions, a simple evolutionary (a lot of mathematical models from game theory, shared direct benefits explanation of cooperative
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 6: Extended phenotypes

OC25087579 Page
25 Jan 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antigenic Drift, Flu Season, Antigenic Shift

OC250875711 Page
1 Feb 2019
0
Conventional wisdom: parasites should not harm their hosts. Enlightened theory: parasites evolve to intermediate virulence based on a relationship (tra
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 7: Intro to Evolutionary Medicine and the evolution of virulence

OC25087578 Page
29 Jan 2019
0
Introduction to evolutionary medicine and the evolution of virulence: what is evolutionary medicine, three reasons for our vulnerability to disease, vi
View Document
View all (200+)
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Soil Acidification, Crop Yield

OC14405941 Page
2 Feb 2017
14
Synthetic ammonia is the main ingredient in fertilizers in our world of modern agriculture. Haber is the fixation of inert nitrogen. Nitrogen is transf
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

Lab note bio220

OC330292 Page
30 Jan 2013
37
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Wild Type

OC14405942 Page
23 Jan 2017
8
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Replica Plating, Disruptive Selection, Phenotypic Plasticity

OC7830336 Page
21 Apr 2016
12
Background: climate change affects physiology/development and can alter patterns in natural selection. Selective agents = climatic variables = source o
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes -Life History Theory, Quantitative Genetics, Seed

OC330292 Page
23 Jan 2013
49
Rapid evolution of flowering time by an animal plant in response to a climate fluctuation. Droughts and climate change has affected species through pre
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter ALL: Mate Choice, Promiscuity, Limiting Factor

OC7830332 Page
21 Apr 2016
25
Genetic recombination allow an organism"s offspring to be genetically diverse increases the chances of acquiring favorable mutations and is unlikely to
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeSpring

BIO220H1 Chapter Cool it Chapter 1 : 2018_BIO220_Readings_Cool_It

OC10320021 Page
15 Jan 2018
0
Co2 -> caused by burning coal, oil, natural gas and other fuels and clear in your forests. Methane and nitrous oxide have been building up in our atmos
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Commercial Fishing, Directional Selection, Zygosity

OC3072393 Page
29 Feb 2016
32
Reading article: human-induced evolution caused by unnatural selection through harvest of wild animals. Humans harvest animals w/ phenotypically desira
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Serial Dilution, Uracil, Flocculation

OC3072392 Page
26 Feb 2016
19
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonFall

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Directional Selection, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Phenology

OC23764981 Page
31 Jan 2018
0
View Document
View all (50+)

Most Popular

Your classmates’ favorite documents.
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Trophy Hunting, Selective Sweep, Cougar

OC52531765 Page
6 Feb 2017
36
A pair of species, caused by selection imposed by each other. An evolutionary response changes selection on the opposite species. Reciprocal evolutiona
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

[BIO220H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

OC50816025 Page
6 Feb 2017
26
Includes mitochondria (mtdna in all population members) and chloroplasts (in all plant populations); sex chromosomes (x and y in humans/ fruit flies or
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

[BIO220H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 110 pages long Study Guide!

OC1440594110 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Inheritance ensures transmission of information across generations. High recombination & crossing over in gametes will have different effects on genes
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoWinter

[BIO220H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (65 pages long!)

OC50816065 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
Includes mitochondria (mtdna in all population members) and chloroplasts (in all plant populations); sex chromosomes (x and y in humans/ fruit flies or
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Arne StinchcombeSpring

BIO220H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

OC132083434 Page
29 Mar 2018
0
A pair of species, caused by selection imposed by each other selection on each other, and response to the selection on each other. The two sexes, cause
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1A L LFall

BIO 220 - Lecture Notes for the whole course (got 95%)

OC20683652 Page
23 Oct 2014
66
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonFall

BIO220H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

OC237649855 Page
28 Mar 2018
0
Birds, butterflies and moths have z and w chromosomes. Low recombination is low crossing over in gametes. High recombination is high crossing over in g
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Doug ThomsonWinter

BIO220 1st Term Test Study Sheet- includes textbook readings mixed in there

OC736715 Page
12 Feb 2012
169
 revealed by reciprocal transplant experiments y switching individuals between two localities: daphnia have a helmet when there are predators. P a g e
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Photoperiodism, Natural Selection, Vernalization

OC3072393 Page
14 Apr 2016
48
Lab 1: phenotypic plasticity and adaptive evolution contribute to advancing flowering phenology in response to climate change. Combine continuous 38 yr
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Doug ThomsonWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Estuary, Limiting Factor, Milankovitch Cycles

OC736713 Page
15 Apr 2012
228
Elephant social system: males are generally still reproductive when their daughters mature, since it"s hard to observe elephants (which live really lon
View Document

Most Recent

The latest uploaded documents.
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Myxoma Virus, Viral Hemorrhagic Fever, Evolutionary Medicine

OC22241852 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Operational Sex Ratio, Gene Expression, Gamete

OC22241852 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: T Helper Cell, Pesticide Resistance, Reverse Transcriptase

OC22241852 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hepatitis B Virus, Cirrhosis, Antigenic Variation

2 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Flu Season, Myxoma, Marginal Cost

OC22241852 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture 10: LEC10

2 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1Nicole MideoFall

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Phenotypic Plasticity, Reaction Norm, Cell Signaling

OC22241852 Page
30 Nov
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 21: Lecture 21

OC24524534 Page
28 Aug 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Cirrhosis, Vaccine, Smallpox

OC24524536 Page
28 Aug 2019
0
View Document
UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Antagonistic Pleiotropy Hypothesis, Seabird, Mortality Rate

OC24524535 Page
28 Aug 2019
0
In the meantime, folks (including evolutionary biologists) are working on what to do about drug resistant bugs, and how to extend the useful lifespan o
View Document

All Materials (1,800,000)
CA (950,000)
UTSG (70,000)
BIO (3,000)
BIO220H1 (300)