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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Dating, Cyanobacteria, Lead

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23 Oct 2015
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Strata layers of rock/soil with internally consistent characteristics that distinguish them from other layers; strata tells us what was happening to th
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Lecture 10- BIOC50 theropod evolution

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29 Oct 2013
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Lecture 10 : theropods and the evolution of birds. Ex giganotosaurs (13m: limited resources required specialized niches, specialized massive bones and
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Myxoma Virus, Garter Snake, Common Cuckoo

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3 Dec 2013
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Coevolution: the joint evolution of two or more interacting species, each of which evolves in response to selection imposed by the other: coevolution i
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cyanidin, Punctuated Equilibrium, Phyletic Gradualism

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3 Dec 2013
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Rates of evolution: we can distinguish between: phylogentic rates: rates at which single characters ir complexes of character evolve, taxonomic rates:
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thecodontosaurus, Omnivore, Marine Iguana

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23 Oct 2015
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mosasaur, Tiktaalik, Allantois

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23 Oct 2015
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Heterostraci, Invertebrate, Myllokunmingia

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23 Oct 2015
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Notochord stiff, rod-shaped body found in embryos of all chordates primitive axis of embryo; persists in some as main axis. Cephalochordates notochord
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BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sigillaria, Coleochaetales, Charales

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23 Oct 2015
27
Web of life hypothesis common ancestor was not a single species but instead a community of species that readily traded trees. Ring of life hypothesis a
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BIOC50H3 Lecture 7: Lecture Seven

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22 Dec 2018
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Transition from water to land: diversification of tetrapod in land. From water to land: evolution and diversification of tetrapod in land. In shallow w
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BIOC50H3 Lecture 9: Lecture Nine

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22 Dec 2018
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Tetrapods part 2: marine monsters of the triassic, jurassic and cretaceous. We"re talking about pterosaurs, dinosaurs and relatives. In phylogeny tree,
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BIOC50H3 Lecture 16: Chapter Sixteen

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22 Dec 2018
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Speciation most often likely occurs through allopatric speciation: involves a separation of ancestral population and a barrier forms (river, mountain)
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BIOC50H3 Lecture 12: Lecture Twelve

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22 Dec 2018
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There were time periods of mammals that had different faunas from what is seen today. Adaptive radiation: the rapid evolutionary radiation of a lineage
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