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WLUBI111Tristan LongFall

BI111 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Oxygen, Glucose, Protein

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Ionic bonds are strong because they form crystal lattices. A crystal lattice is when positive and negative ions arrange themselves into an ionic crysta
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BI111- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 131 pages long!)

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BI111- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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Molecular fossils are components of some dna and proteins although they usually break down before they can be preserved. The molecular fossil informati
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WLUBI111Jennifer LongWinter

[BI111] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (31 pages long)

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BI111 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Speciation, Phenotype, Natural Selection

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L (dominant, short hair) l (recessive, long hair) Manx cats: mutation originated in populations of cats on the isle of mann, tailless mutation is domin
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[BI111] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (88 pages long!)

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WLUBI111Tristan LongFall

BI111 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Oxygen, Glucose, Protein

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Ionic bonds are strong because they form crystal lattices. A crystal lattice is when positive and negative ions arrange themselves into an ionic crysta
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BI111 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Speciation, Phenotype, Natural Selection

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L (dominant, short hair) l (recessive, long hair) Manx cats: mutation originated in populations of cats on the isle of mann, tailless mutation is domin
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WLUBI111Jennifer LongWinter

[BI111] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)

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[BI111] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (16 pages long!)

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BU111 Lecture 1: How Your Assignment Will Be Graded

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BU111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: American Psychological Association

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Below are some common questions about the in the news assignment, as well as their respective answers. Be sure to check this document before emailing t
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WLUMA129Anne-Marie AllisonWinter

MA129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Classification Of Discontinuities, Continuous Function

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= l f (x) lim x a as y l. This means that the limit of x a be real numbers. L a y = f (x) (x) as be a function of approaches x y = f. February 8, 2019
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WLUMA121Robert RundleFall

MA121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Contraposition, List Of Theorems, Mathematical Induction

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Review summary for the tutorial and written quizzes of lab 3. The most commonly seen expressions in mathematical theorems are implication statements in
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WLUMA121Robert RundleFall

MA121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Subset, Empty Set, Contraposition

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Fall 2018: recall the truth tables of the following most basic logical operations on simple statements p and q with connectives. Truth tables of all ot
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WLUMA121Robert RundleFall

MA121 Lecture 1: MA121-Lab4

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Review guide for the tutorial and written quizzes of lab 5. Part i. sigma summation and its role in proofs by the mathematical induction. In mathematic
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WLUMA121Robert RundleFall

MA121 Lecture 2: Lab 2 Notes

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Review summary for the tutorial and written quizzes of lab 4. Mathematical proofs in set theory and the underlying logical arguments. Each step of a pr
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WLUBU223Ernie CosgroveFall

BU223 Lecture 3: Notes_03

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WLUBU223Ernie CosgroveFall

BU223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cash Flow, Personal Finance, 6 Years

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WLUPS280Camie CondonFall

PS280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating, Amenorrhoea

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Specific concepts: this question takes a definitional dissection of the dsm-iv and what qualifies one to be placed under such category. Jamie is consta
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frameshift Mutation, Nonsense Mutation, Silent Mutation

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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Semelparity And Iteroparity, Mayfly, Logistic Function

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Ecologists study levels of organization ranging from individual organisms to the biosphere. Study of the interactions between organisms (biotic) and th
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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pollen Tube, Voer, Xylem

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Auxins: mainly indoleacetic acid (iaa, synthesized primarily in shoot apial meristem and young stems and leaves, promotes elongation of cells, governs
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Melanin, Genotype Frequency, Mathematical Model

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Each individual is diploid (holds two cards mine are 8/9 of hearts) and is hermaphroditic (can mate with anyone else) and is a member of a population w
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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carl Linnaeus, Ring Species, Reproductive Isolation

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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anagenesis, Body Plan, Chromosome

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Bi111: species change with ime, changes pass on from generaion to the next, organisms respond and are sensiive to environmental condiions, hypothesized
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Coevolution, Beakhead, Phloem

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The gametophytes of bryophytes, ferns, and some gymnosperms produce motile (haploid) sperm cells (like their algal ancestors) Impossible for sperm to r
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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Medium Ground Finch, Selective Breeding, Divergent Evolution

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Changes pass on from one generation to the next(parents look like their offspring) Organisms respond to environmental conditions(sensitive to their loc
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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Red Algae, Reproductive Isolation, Convergent Evolution

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The hardy-weinberg equilibrium model is valuable as a null model in the calculaion of changes in. Microevoluion can be said to have taken place when. T
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BI111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hemicellulose, Root System, Lignin

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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Cactus, Monocotyledon, Endodermis

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Overview of the plant body : almost all plants are photosynthetic autotrophs, devide plant into two sytems, root system (below ground, shoot system (ab
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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter #10: Radioactive Decay, Extinction Event, Canter And Gallop

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Molecular fossils are components of some dna and proteins although they usually break down before they can be preserved. The molecular fossil informati
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Bi111 Chapter 16 textbook notes

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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 31: Pollen Tube, Meristem, Germination

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A signaling molecule that regulates or helps coordinate some aspect of plant"s growth, metabolism, or development. When a perennial or biennial plant s
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35.3/29.1: Vascular Cambium, Dicotyledon, Monocotyledon

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Evolution of gymnosperms created more food for animals, insects, birds, and mammals. Angiosperms may have originated in the shady understory of the tro
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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23.4/30.1: Phloem, Gametophyte, Sporophyte

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The diversity of life we see today is the result of evolutionary process playing out over geologic time. There is no experiment we can do to determine
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WLUBI111Tristan LongFall

BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Dna Replication, Semiconservative Replication, Chromosome

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Semi-conservative dna replication each daughter dna molecule contains one intact strand of the parental dna molecule and one intact, newly synthesized
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 65: Gene Flow, Natural Disaster, Genetic Drift

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Evolution results from selective forces + random events in genome & environment. Evolution: change in allele frequency in population overtime. Allele:
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WLUBI111Tristan LongWinter

BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Multicellular Organism, Photosynthesis, Half-Life

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Deine the biological species concept: scienists categorize organisms into species based on their geneic, physical and behavioural characterisics. The m
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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Pectin, Fibrous Root System, Non-Vascular Plant

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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 42: Wild Type, Chromosome, Meiosis

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Most fruit flies in nature have red eyes, so that phenotype is referred to as the wild type because it is the most common in the wild. The trait of whi
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BI111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Sister Chromatids, Homologous Chromosome, Mendelian Inheritance

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