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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Relative Dating, Dentition, Cenozoic

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Fossils and their place in time and nature (ch. 7) Organisms chemically changed into minerals (fe and silica) Organics have been replaced (i. e. became
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Archaic Humans, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus

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Upper paleolithic (newest ancestors: later h. sapiens (40,000-10,000 ya) Middle paleolithic: early homo sapiens, homo neaderthalensis, homo heidelberge
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Franz Boas, Polygenism, Harris Lines

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16 Mar 2013
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Secondary products revolution - using animals parts and functions (i. e. cow hide) Lactose is not well tolerated (esp. in east asian"s and native/afric
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Foramen Magnum, Sahelanthropus, Ardipithecus

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Inclass learning assignment - 1 hour- chapters 7,8,9 - wednesday march 10th, 2010. Review the first two slides terms and also concepts. Traits for huma
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Lecture Notes - Faiyum Oasis, Eosimias, Adapidae

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Inclass learning assignment - 1 hour- chapters 7,8,9,10- wednesday march 10th, 2010. Mesozoic"s era"s cretaceouis period (reptiles and dinosaurs) And t
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Archaic Humans, Homo Heidelbergensis, Big-Game Hunting

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The origins, evolution & dispersal of modern people. Importance of identifying modern humans via binomial nomenclature. Archaic homo sapiens / homo sap
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2FF3Hendrik PoinarWinter

ANTHROP 2FF3 Chapter Notes -Homo Sapiens Idaltu, Peștera Cu Oase, Abrigo Do Lagar Velho

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Upper palaeolitic and people of the new world. Pleiestocene epoch (1. 8 mya 10,000 ya)= glacial period (ice age: wisconsin glaciation (the last ice age
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Immunoglobulin Class Switching, Somatic Hypermutation, Cd154

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T-cell help= causes somatic hypermutation (affinity maturation) and isotype switching. Going to get plasma cells or memory cells (i. e. maturation) fol
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes -Classical Complement Pathway, Immunoglobulin M, Bile Acid

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Two intrinsic barriers that could prevent the pathogen from causing infection in the gi tract would be both physical and chemical barriers. When enteri
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Pathogen-Associated Molecular Pattern, Heat Shock Protein, Tlr2

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Note: sterile infection= when the bodys own cells are all dying for example. Pamps= pathogen associated molecular patterns (ligand: not on host cells (
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Cd86, Cd80, Ctla-4

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes -Immunoglobulin Class Switching, Lymphatic Vessel, Fc Receptor

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Neutralization, opsonization, mediates nk cell killing (adcc) and classical complement activation. Ab= can also activate your mast cells crosslinks mas
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes -Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase, Somatic Hypermutation, Nude Mouse

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Human Leukocyte Antigen, Mhc Class Ii, Antigen-Presenting Cell

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Innate immunity acts immediately and adaptive takes time. Both systems are always talking to eachother. Innate= will always respond the same way: adapt
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lymphopoiesis, Paratype, Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain

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B-cell= in bone marrow (generates bcr)= negative selection= leaves bm as immature b-cells. Either becomes plasma cell or memory b-cell. In periphery= b
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