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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Natural Selection, Soltyrei, Evolution

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BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 44 pages long!)

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Darwins second point-natural selection is the cause of evolution. Debating that natural selection may not be the only cause of evolution and why evolut
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

[BIOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (61 pages long)

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Chapter 5: speciation (origin of new species: explain the difference between anagenesis & cladogenesis. Anagenesis existing species (parent species) be
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyFall

[BIOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (69 pages long!)

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Biol 1001 symbiosis lecture week 1&2 (january 4 15) Chapter 3. 1 & 3. 2: evolution by natural selection (pg. Chapter 6. 2 & 6. 4: phylogenies and the h
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

[BIOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 81 pages long Study Guide!

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What can we study with science: way to study natural world but not supernatural (faith, elves etc. , ex. Real process of science is rooted in testing.
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

[BIOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (264 pages long!)

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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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Gametes from individuals that live close to each other are more likely to combine than gametes from individuals that live farther apart. In vertebrates
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)

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Vertebrates and cephalopods developed eyes in separate phylogenies. In vertebrates, the nerve fibres route before the retina, blocking some light and c
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Daniel Lee Chee Hun, Natural Selection, Logic

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The absorbance of coleus plant using the spectrophotometer. Wavelengths (nm) e u l a v f. The required wavelengths (340- 720nm) and rf value determine
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Natural Selection, Soltyrei, Evolution

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BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Uniformitarianism, Marsupial, Echidna

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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Proctor, Scantron Corporation, Aisle

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Exam test code and exam sequence number must be recorded on scantron. Have your temple id available for inspection on the desktop. Show it to proctors
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Methylene Blue, Pipette, Pressure Measurement

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The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pressure Measurement, Standard Deviation, Null Hypothesis

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Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pressure Measurement, Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation

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Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chlorophyll, Photon, Chemical Equation

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Effect of green light vs white light on photosynthetic rate of aquatic plant cabomba caroliniana. The photosynthetic rate measured by the cumulative ox
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole Nivillac

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plasmolysis, Optical Microscope, Pipette

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Determining the minimum concentration threshold required for plasmolysis to occur in the. Aquatic plant rotala nanjenshan using a compound microscope.
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YORKBIOL 1000Nicole NivillacFall

BIOL 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pressure Measurement, Pipette, Methylene Blue

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Table 1: photosynthetic rates and oxygen production data collected for the aquatic plant, Cabomba caroliniana, exposed to a white light source. The con
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YORKBIOL 1001Roberto QuinlanWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Natural Selection, The Final Experiment, Phenotype

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Population of individual organisms surviving in an environment is under considerable influence of natural selection. Natural selection is a process in
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Gene Flow, Amputation, Sperm Donation

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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSpring

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Method

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Darwins second point-natural selection is the cause of evolution. Debating that natural selection may not be the only cause of evolution and why evolut
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Continental Drift, Sinapis Arvensis, Supercontinent

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Was the rst biologist to embrace the idea of evolution; that species could change. Observed fossils become more dissimilar from modern species with inc
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Spinach, James Hutton, Georges Cuvier

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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSpring

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Christian Culture, Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature

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Control groups should be tested as treatment groups. If you treat experimental and control groups under the same circumstances, the variables will be a
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Outcrossing, Ecological Relationship, Carbon Cycle

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Adaptive radiation: a major pattern in the history of life, instances of rapid diversification associated with . (b) new morphological innovations (b/c
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Zygosity, Radiometric Dating, Directional Selection

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First mid-term are shown in red (presentations 1 through 7) Second mid-term are shown in blue (presentations 8 through 16) Scientific validity of evolu
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Null Hypothesis, Special Creation, Scientific Revolution

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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Geologic Time Scale, Stoma, Aniridia

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Darwin describes evolution as descent w/modifications- descendant species are modified. 2 statements about nature of species: species change through ti
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speciation, Tetrapod, Biogeography

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Learning goals- evidence of evolutions: describe briefly the general process of fossilization (including conditions for ideal fossilizations), types of
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Gene Family, Heterochrony, Relate

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Differentiate using explanation, diagrams, b/t gradualism & punctuated equilibrium. They"re ways in which evolution of species can occur. Gradualism: i
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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Great Tit, Population Bottleneck, Balancing Selection

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YORKBIOL 1001Roberto QuinlanWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter 45: CH 45 Population Ecology.docx

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YORKBIOL 1001Alexander MillsWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter Natural Selection: Cestoda, Allele Frequency, Fallacy

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YORKBIOL 1001Roberto QuinlanWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter 20: Ch 20 Darwin, Fossils, and Developmental Biology.docx

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YORKBIOL 1001Roberto QuinlanWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter 17: CH 17 Microevolution.docx

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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Great Chain Of Being, God, Georges Cuvier

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Theories and systems used to explain evolutionary thoughts and existence of life. Variability is important and species do not have an essence. Might de
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift, Panmixia

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Reading quiz 2 chapter 4. 1 & 4. 5 (p. 65-80) 4 mechanisms causing evolution/ shift in allele frequencies. Natural selection increases the frequency of
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