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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flowering Plant, Dicotyledon, Cotyledon

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2 Jan 2013
Plants are more complete organisms than animals, because they photosynthesize and respire. They are the foundation of the trophic hierarchy, primary pr
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cation-Exchange Capacity, Weathering, Augite

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2 Jan 2013
Final exam review for 2500: plant succession. Primary succession: when plants get established on land that was not previously vegetated and there is a
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Crassulacean Acid Metabolism, Photosynthesis, Photorespiration

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2 Jan 2013
Species: a group of individuals that 1) share a common ancestor, 2) share significant amounts of genetic material, 3) can interbreed with each other 4)
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ITEC 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Customer Retention, Call Centre, Customer Service

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True / false questions: crm systems store customer account data in multiple specialized databases and then make it available throughout a company via i
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ITEC 2600 Quiz: ITEC2600 Exercise 2

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Lab exercise 2: redo all examples from class, create anonymous functions for the following math functions, where input argument(s) x or y can be a vect
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Underweight, Moodle

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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cartesian Coordinate System, Matlab

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Re-write nding largest and smallest number as user-de ned function. Re-write a matlab script le to implement above by calling your function: generate a
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ellipse

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The remaining loan balance, b, of a xed payment n years mortgage after x years is given by: 12 )12x] where l is the loan amount, and r is the annual in
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Matlab

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25 Feb
Lab exercise 5: pratice debugging techniques in the following questions, redo all examples from the lecture, write a user-de ned function to calculate
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Row And Column Vectors, Matlab, Exclusive Or

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25 Feb
Lab exercise 1: explain what the following matlab commands produce, then excute the following expressions in. 10 > 5 + 2 (10 > 5) + 2. "c"== "d"- 1 ||
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ITEC 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ebcdic, Extended Ascii, Pcx

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25 Feb
Chapter 4 data formats: input from a device that represents a continuous range of data is known as, metadata, analog data, various data , discrete data
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pie Chart, Matlab

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25 Feb
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ITEC 2600 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Binary Search Algorithm

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25 Feb
Lab exercise 6: redo all examples from the lecture, generate vectors v1, v2, v3 and v4 that contain 100, 1000, 10000, 100000 random integers ranging be
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

Soils and Vegetation.docx

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2 Jan 2013
Plant species need an adequate amount of moisture. They don"t want too much moisture, and they also don"t want too little moisture. xerophytes=species
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

lab 1 2500.docx

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29 Apr 2013
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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer KorosiFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Soil Fertility, Downhill Creep, Sedimentary Rock

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30 Jul 2018
Geog2500 lecture 10: movement of soil material that is physical, linked with agriculture activity. Process transforms soil and rock into sediments, suc
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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer Korosi

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Capillary Action, Surface Tension, Graduated Cylinder

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30 Jul 2018
Soil is major water storage reservoir, availability of water influences plant and vegetation at both local and global (ie runoff contributes to thrivin
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Parent Material, Weathering, Pedogenesis

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2 Jan 2013
Plants provide physical support, a rooting medium, water and nutrients in solution, and are part of the parent material. Soils are described in terms o
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lake Ontario, Firebreak, Vegetative Reproduction

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2 Jan 2013
On sunday, september 30th, my classmates and i participated in a field trip to high park. The purpose of our field trip was to examine one of the last
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

Soils and Vegetation.docx

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7 Oct 2012
Plant species need an adequate amount of moisture. They don"t want too much moisture, and they also don"t want too little moisture. xerophytes=species
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Podzol, Solonetz, Chernozem

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2 Jan 2013
Molic epipedon is on the top part of the chalky white calcic horizon, on a chernozem. Podzols are typically in coniferous orders, due to the high acidi
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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer KorosiFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Kits, Lithosphere, Leghemoglobin

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30 Jul 2018
Nutrient: all organisms require nutrients, different for each species, too much = toxins (micronutrients) (cid:862)c hopkn cafe mg(cid:863) Silica can
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GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fleur-De-Lis, Peregrine Falcon, Shade Tolerance

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2 Jan 2013
The peregrine falcon is quite in a range across north america, and you can see it in the high arctic. You can also see falco peregrinus in the desert.
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GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flowering Plant, Dicotyledon, Cotyledon

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Plants are more complete organisms than animals, because they photosynthesize and respire. They are the foundation of the trophic hierarchy, primary pr
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Plant species need an adequate amount of moisture. They don"t want too much moisture, and they also don"t want too little moisture. xerophytes=species
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GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Soil Fertility, Downhill Creep, Sedimentary Rock

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GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Capillary Action, Surface Tension, Graduated Cylinder

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Soil is major water storage reservoir, availability of water influences plant and vegetation at both local and global (ie runoff contributes to thrivin
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GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Crassulacean Acid Metabolism, Photosynthesis, Photorespiration

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Species: a group of individuals that 1) share a common ancestor, 2) share significant amounts of genetic material, 3) can interbreed with each other 4)
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GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Parent Material, Weathering, Pedogenesis

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Plants provide physical support, a rooting medium, water and nutrients in solution, and are part of the parent material. Soils are described in terms o
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GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lake Ontario, Firebreak, Vegetative Reproduction

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On sunday, september 30th, my classmates and i participated in a field trip to high park. The purpose of our field trip was to examine one of the last
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Soils and Vegetation.docx

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7 Oct 2012
Plant species need an adequate amount of moisture. They don"t want too much moisture, and they also don"t want too little moisture. xerophytes=species
View Document

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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer KorosiFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Soil Fertility, Downhill Creep, Sedimentary Rock

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Geog2500 lecture 10: movement of soil material that is physical, linked with agriculture activity. Process transforms soil and rock into sediments, suc
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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer KorosiFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Kits, Lithosphere, Leghemoglobin

2 Page
30 Jul 2018
Nutrient: all organisms require nutrients, different for each species, too much = toxins (micronutrients) (cid:862)c hopkn cafe mg(cid:863) Silica can
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YORKGEOG 2500Jennifer Korosi

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Capillary Action, Surface Tension, Graduated Cylinder

2 Page
30 Jul 2018
Soil is major water storage reservoir, availability of water influences plant and vegetation at both local and global (ie runoff contributes to thrivin
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

lab 1 2500.docx

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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Podzol, Solonetz, Chernozem

1 Page
2 Jan 2013
Molic epipedon is on the top part of the chalky white calcic horizon, on a chernozem. Podzols are typically in coniferous orders, due to the high acidi
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dutch Elm Disease, Nitrogen Fixation, Parasitism

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2 Jan 2013
Symbiotic nitrogen fixation is a very important process: mutualisms are very tightly evolved relationships. Symbiosis: facilitation, it benefits one sp
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YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flowering Plant, Dicotyledon, Cotyledon

4 Page
2 Jan 2013
Plants are more complete organisms than animals, because they photosynthesize and respire. They are the foundation of the trophic hierarchy, primary pr
View Document
YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Lake Ontario, Firebreak, Vegetative Reproduction

5 Page
2 Jan 2013
On sunday, september 30th, my classmates and i participated in a field trip to high park. The purpose of our field trip was to examine one of the last
View Document
YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cation-Exchange Capacity, Weathering, Augite

2 Page
2 Jan 2013
Final exam review for 2500: plant succession. Primary succession: when plants get established on land that was not previously vegetated and there is a
View Document
YORKGEOG 2500Nina HewittFall

GEOG 2500 Lecture Notes - Parent Material, Weathering, Pedogenesis

2 Page
2 Jan 2013
Plants provide physical support, a rooting medium, water and nutrients in solution, and are part of the parent material. Soils are described in terms o
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