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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medium Ground Finch, Marsupial, Allele Frequency

8 Page
22 Jul 2015
In their study of the medium ground finch population on daphne major, peter and rosemary grant observed evolution by __________________ following the s
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Missense Mutation, Frameshift Mutation, Chemical Polarity

7 Page
22 Jul 2015
It undergoes autoplolyploidy, creating species b with 2n: species b then undergoes allopolyploidy with its parent species (a), creating species c (2n =
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carboxylic Acid, Isoleucine, Valine

2 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 26th, 2016. Proteins = polymers (chains) of amino acids folded into a specific shape: there are 20 different types of amino
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YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Australopithecus, Sandhill Crane, Homo Erectus

8 Page
1 Apr 2017
Most of them are also vertebrate; vertebrate are animals with segmented backbone. Chordates are animals with dorsal hollow nerve chord, most of them ar
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YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Proband, Wem, Consanguinity

7 Page
16 Nov 2016
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antigen, Carbohydrate, Contin

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 30th, 2016. Chaperones attach themselves to the previous chain of protein, and take them to the chaperonin, which folds the
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Francesco Redi, Louis Pasteur, Spontaneous Generation

20 Page
4 Dec 2015
Ancient greeks believed in the spontaneous generation, the origin of life from non life. Spontaneous generation not critically tested until the renaiss
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YORKNATS 1660allFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Temperate Climate, Abiogenesis, Natural Selection

2 Page
4 Mar 2013
Conclusion influenced by lyell earth is neither static nor young . Galapagos are mostly unique/ unused to people/ relatively fearless. Temperate zone o
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Phospholipid

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 28th, 2016. Endoplasmic reticulum (er) = a system of hollow membrane sleeves that connect to the nucleus. Rough er: covered
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chromosome, Thymine, Cell Nucleus

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 23rd, 2016. Includes: 1 pair of sex chromosomes: x (large) and y (small, females have 2 x chromosomes, males have one x and
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electron Shell, Covalent Bond, Electronegativity

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 16th, 2016. Atoms" electrons fill up the outermost valence shell. 3rd shell also contains four orbitals (holds max. Covalen
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Zygote, Chari River, Chromosome

3 Page
25 Oct 2015
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medium Ground Finch, Marsupial, Allele Frequency

8 Page
22 Jul 2015
In their study of the medium ground finch population on daphne major, peter and rosemary grant observed evolution by __________________ following the s
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Missense Mutation, Frameshift Mutation, Chemical Polarity

7 Page
22 Jul 2015
It undergoes autoplolyploidy, creating species b with 2n: species b then undergoes allopolyploidy with its parent species (a), creating species c (2n =
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

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9 Feb
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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9 Feb
Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

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9 Feb
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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YORKWinter

NATS 1560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calibri, Moodle, Hank Green

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2 Feb 2020
Write your name (as it appears in the class list) and student number on the line above. Read the instructions completely, including the academic integr
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Joseph Von Fraunhofer, Annie Jump Cannon, Williamina Fleming

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16 Jul 2019
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture 17: NATS 1870- Short Assignment #2 (June 9)

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16 Jul 2019
Ancient folklore from china and europe describes auroras as: souls at play, using a walrus head as a ball, great dragons or serpents in the skies, view
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, Harlow Shapley, White Dwarf

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Quiz: NATS 1870- Quiz 1 (History of Colours)

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Oa, Neon, Hubble Space Telescope

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Steven Sasson, Photographic Plate, Light Pollution

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16 Jun 2019
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Francesco Redi, Louis Pasteur, Spontaneous Generation

20 Page
4 Dec 2015
Ancient greeks believed in the spontaneous generation, the origin of life from non life. Spontaneous generation not critically tested until the renaiss
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Zygote, Chari River, Chromosome

3 Page
25 Oct 2015
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electron Shell, Covalent Bond, Electronegativity

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 16th, 2016. Atoms" electrons fill up the outermost valence shell. 3rd shell also contains four orbitals (holds max. Covalen
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Phospholipid

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 28th, 2016. Endoplasmic reticulum (er) = a system of hollow membrane sleeves that connect to the nucleus. Rough er: covered
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chromosome, Thymine, Cell Nucleus

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 23rd, 2016. Includes: 1 pair of sex chromosomes: x (large) and y (small, females have 2 x chromosomes, males have one x and
View Document
YORKNATS 1660allFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Temperate Climate, Abiogenesis, Natural Selection

2 Page
4 Mar 2013
Conclusion influenced by lyell earth is neither static nor young . Galapagos are mostly unique/ unused to people/ relatively fearless. Temperate zone o
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carboxylic Acid, Isoleucine, Valine

2 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 26th, 2016. Proteins = polymers (chains) of amino acids folded into a specific shape: there are 20 different types of amino
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antigen, Carbohydrate, Contin

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 30th, 2016. Chaperones attach themselves to the previous chain of protein, and take them to the chaperonin, which folds the
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Australopithecus, Sandhill Crane, Homo Erectus

8 Page
1 Apr 2017
Most of them are also vertebrate; vertebrate are animals with segmented backbone. Chordates are animals with dorsal hollow nerve chord, most of them ar
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YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Amniote, Adenine, Keratin

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14 Mar 2017
The study of genetic makeup of population changes through time. Members of a population are likely to breed with each other than members of another pop
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Francesco Redi, Louis Pasteur, Spontaneous Generation

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4 Dec 2015
Ancient greeks believed in the spontaneous generation, the origin of life from non life. Spontaneous generation not critically tested until the renaiss
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Zygote, Chari River, Chromosome

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25 Oct 2015
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medium Ground Finch, Marsupial, Allele Frequency

8 Page
22 Jul 2015
In their study of the medium ground finch population on daphne major, peter and rosemary grant observed evolution by __________________ following the s
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Missense Mutation, Frameshift Mutation, Chemical Polarity

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22 Jul 2015
It undergoes autoplolyploidy, creating species b with 2n: species b then undergoes allopolyploidy with its parent species (a), creating species c (2n =
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electron Shell, Covalent Bond, Electronegativity

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 16th, 2016. Atoms" electrons fill up the outermost valence shell. 3rd shell also contains four orbitals (holds max. Covalen
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Phospholipid

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 28th, 2016. Endoplasmic reticulum (er) = a system of hollow membrane sleeves that connect to the nucleus. Rough er: covered
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chromosome, Thymine, Cell Nucleus

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 23rd, 2016. Includes: 1 pair of sex chromosomes: x (large) and y (small, females have 2 x chromosomes, males have one x and
View Document
YORKNATS 1660allFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Temperate Climate, Abiogenesis, Natural Selection

2 Page
4 Mar 2013
Conclusion influenced by lyell earth is neither static nor young . Galapagos are mostly unique/ unused to people/ relatively fearless. Temperate zone o
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carboxylic Acid, Isoleucine, Valine

2 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 26th, 2016. Proteins = polymers (chains) of amino acids folded into a specific shape: there are 20 different types of amino
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antigen, Carbohydrate, Contin

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 30th, 2016. Chaperones attach themselves to the previous chain of protein, and take them to the chaperonin, which folds the
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YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Phospholipid

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26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 28th, 2016. Endoplasmic reticulum (er) = a system of hollow membrane sleeves that connect to the nucleus. Rough er: covered
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chromosome, Thymine, Cell Nucleus

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 23rd, 2016. Includes: 1 pair of sex chromosomes: x (large) and y (small, females have 2 x chromosomes, males have one x and
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electron Shell, Covalent Bond, Electronegativity

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 16th, 2016. Atoms" electrons fill up the outermost valence shell. 3rd shell also contains four orbitals (holds max. Covalen
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carboxylic Acid, Isoleucine, Valine

2 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 26th, 2016. Proteins = polymers (chains) of amino acids folded into a specific shape: there are 20 different types of amino
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Tanya Da SilvaFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antigen, Carbohydrate, Contin

1 Page
26 Sep 2017
Nats 1660 lecture september 30th, 2016. Chaperones attach themselves to the previous chain of protein, and take them to the chaperonin, which folds the
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Australopithecus, Sandhill Crane, Homo Erectus

8 Page
1 Apr 2017
Most of them are also vertebrate; vertebrate are animals with segmented backbone. Chordates are animals with dorsal hollow nerve chord, most of them ar
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Amniote, Adenine, Keratin

4 Page
14 Mar 2017
The study of genetic makeup of population changes through time. Members of a population are likely to breed with each other than members of another pop
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Kyle BelozerovFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Proband, Wem, Consanguinity

7 Page
16 Nov 2016
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YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Francesco Redi, Louis Pasteur, Spontaneous Generation

20 Page
4 Dec 2015
Ancient greeks believed in the spontaneous generation, the origin of life from non life. Spontaneous generation not critically tested until the renaiss
View Document
YORKNATS 1660Mark VicariFall

NATS 1660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Zygote, Chari River, Chromosome

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25 Oct 2015
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