Class Notes for Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGEEB214H1Jennifer CarpenterFall

EEB214H1 Lecture Notes - Jennifer Carpenter, Transitional Fossil, Gradualism

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19 Nov 2012
340
A midterm mc, try and phrase them so you don"t have to memorize long lists of facts and phrases, more about understanding the concept than memory. 16 s
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UTSGEEB384H1Luke MalherWinter

EEB384H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stem Tetrapoda, Pedicellate Teeth, Temnospondyli

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15 Feb 2016
21
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UTSGEEB214H1Jennifer CarpenterFall

EEB214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Heritability, Genetic Variation, Vaginal Septum

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20 Oct 2012
83
Context rather than memory, don"t need the date or name. Darwin noticed patterns that is hard to explain across continents. He notice that difference b
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UTSGEEB321H1Helene CyrWinter

EEB321H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: New Mexico Open, Interspecific Competition, Robert Macarthur

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13 Jan 2017
5
Community ecology strongly influenced by population ecology: helps understand what happens in communities. In 30s and 50s was debate between biotic and
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UTSGEEB255H1Mart GrossSpring

EEB255H1 Lecture Notes - Project Shad, Cites, Rationality

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8 Feb 2014
30
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UTSGEEB384H1Luke MalherWinter

EEB384H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Carl Linnaeus, Polyphyly, Paraphyly

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14 Feb 2016
18
Carl linnaeus places reptiles and amphibians together as amphibia in system naturea. Cold body: mainly ectothermic but not generally cold -maintain hig
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UTSGEEB214H1Jennifer CarpenterWinter

EEB214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ornithology, Escherichia Coli, Species Complex

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9 May 2017
0
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UTSGEEB321H1Helene CyrWinter

EEB321H1 Lecture 3: L3 - Diversity Measures Continued

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13 Feb 2017
2
Usually use h" to denote shannon"s index. Base of log doesn"t matter but stay consistent. Shannon"s index only works with large communities: always che
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UTSGEEB214H1Jennifer CarpenterWinter

EEB214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Body Louse, Millipede, Speciation

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9 May 2017
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UTSGEEB214H1JennifercapenterFall

EEB214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Coccyx, Ostrich, Atavism

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13 Oct 2015
78
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UTSGEHJ352H1Stephen WrightFall

EHJ352H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Reproductive Isolation, Denisovan, Neanderthal Genome Project

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26 Jan 2013
29
Conclusions about human history from human population genetics: Recent shared ancestry from relatively small founding population in africa. Increased g
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UTSGEHJ352H1AgrawalFall

EHJ352H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linkage Disequilibrium, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Genetic Linkage

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12 Oct 2016
11
The genetic basis of phenotypic variation: the scale of the problem. Any two individuals are on average 99. 9% identical (still leaves 3. 2 million dif
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