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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dna Mismatch Repair, Pleiotropy, Mutation

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Fig 13. 2 shows how a female opossum got her energy at different stages of her life, and the functions to which she allocated that finite energy supply
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Species Problem, Species Complex, Reproductive Isolation

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Each of the three agrees that species are evolutionarily independent units that are isolated by lack of gene flow, but each employs a different criteri
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Earwax, Genetic Drift, Genetic Variation

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Phenotypic Trait, Quantitative Genetics, Mendelian Inheritance

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19 Apr 2013
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Quantitative genetics- the branch of evolutionary biology that provides tools for analyzing the evolution. 9. 1- the nature of quantitative traits: qua
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sperm Competition, Ceratitis Capitata, Mating Plug

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Vernon Ingram, Silent Mutation, Sickle-Cell Disease

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19 Apr 2013
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Chapter 5: mutation and genetic variation (pages 143 163) The genetic variation that natural selection and other evolutionary forces act on originates
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Genetic Drift

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19 Apr 2013
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Mendelian genetics in populations i: selection and mutation as mechanisms of. Mendelian genetics in populations: the hardy-weinberg equilibrium princip
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: T Helper Cell, Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, Regulatory T Cell

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19 Apr 2013
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1. 1- the natural history of the hiv/aids epidemic. Hiv initiates its replication phase by latching onto two proteins on the surface of a host cell. Hi
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Selective Breeding, Logical Consequence, The Scientists

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19 Apr 2013
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Artificial selection: domestic animals and plants: to increase the frequency of desirable traits in their stocks, plant and animal breeders employ arti
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Silene Vulgaris, Genetic Drift, Allele Frequency

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19 Apr 2013
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Chapter 7: mendelian genetics in populations ii: migration, genetic drift, and. Nonrandom mating (pages 223 228, 232 242 and 264 276) Adding migration
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 3UU3AdamsWinter

BIOLOGY 3UU3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Phylogenetic Tree, Synapomorphy, Monophyly

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19 Apr 2013
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The evolutionary history of a group of species is called it phylogeny and a. Estimating evolutionary trees phylogenetic tree is a graphical summary of
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Magnesium Oxide, Antoine Lavoisier, Joseph Proust

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19 Apr 2013
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In 1774, antoine lavoisier (1774-1794) performed an experiment in which he heated a sealed glass vessel containing a sample of tin and some air. He fou
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes -Formula Unit, Ionic Compound, Halothane

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19 Apr 2013
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A molecular compound is made up of discrete units called molecules, which typically consist of a small number of non-metal atoms held together by coval
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Strong Electrolyte, Magnesium Chloride, Alkali Metal

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19 Apr 2013
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Unlike metallic conductors in which electrons carry the electric charge, the electricity conducted in aqueous solutions is carried by the ions. When a
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Osmium, Filter Paper, Intensive And Extensive Properties

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19 Apr 2013
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Matter is made up of very tiny units called atoms, of which we know about 114 types. Each type of atom is the building block of a different chemical el
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes -Atmosphere (Unit), Ideal Gas, Gas Constant

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19 Apr 2013
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Chapter six: gases expand to fill their container and assume the shape of their containers, they diffuse into one another and mix in all proportions. F
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes -Thermal Energy, Isolated System, Potential Energy

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19 Apr 2013
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System: part of the universe chosen for study. It can be as large as all the oceans on earth or as small as the contents of a beaker. Surroundings: par
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MCMASTERCHEM 4AA3MescudiSummer

CHEM 4AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Triethylene Glycol, Chemical Equation, Nitric Oxide

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A chemical reaction is a process in which one set of substances (reactants) is converted to a new set of substances (products). The main evidences that
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Pareto Efficiency, Allocative Efficiency, Natural Monopoly

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19 Apr 2013
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Definition: productive efficiency is optimal output from given resources or minimal cost for a given output. We have already seen the concept of produc
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Marginal Revenue, Competitive Equilibrium, Economic Equilibrium

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19 Apr 2013
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Profit = total revenue (p*q) total costs. = total revenue variable costs (in economic terminology) (operating profit = producer surplus in economic ter
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Opportunity Cost, Prometheus Books, Forego

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19 Apr 2013
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Alfred marshall, the founder of modern microeconomics in 1890, defined economics as. The textbook definition uses the most important terms in microecon
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Competitive Equilibrium, Perfect Competition, Cogeneration

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19 Apr 2013
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Recall that all factors, particularly capital, are variable in the long-run. Entry into or exit from the industry by firms of the same size as existing
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Demand Curve, Inferior Good

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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Average Variable Cost, Fixed Capital, Marginal Product

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19 Apr 2013
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We first examine the cost of firms in the period when capital is fixed to understand the importance of marginal cost in the determination of profit max
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

lecture 10

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A monopoly ( single sellers") is the sole producer in an industry. This means that demand for the industry is demand for the monopoly and that the marg
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsWinter

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Budget Constraint, Indifference Curve, Demand Curve

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19 Apr 2013
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Suppose that the consumer (household) consumes only two goods (x and y). Given the prices of the two goods (px, py) and the consumer"s income (m), the
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Arc Elasticity, Harvest, Monotonic Function

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19 Apr 2013
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Definition: elasticity measures the responsiveness of a change in a variable to the change in another variable. I will not use the absolute value expre
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsSummer

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Price Floor, Economic Equilibrium, Ceteris Paribus

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19 Apr 2013
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We can analyze demand and supply and market equilibrium with linear equations. These are equations of the form y = a + bx where a is the y-intercept, i
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MCMASTERECON 3K03Andy KnightsWinter

ECON 3K03 Lecture Notes - Economic Equilibrium, Remittance

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Our understanding of elasticity will help us analyze the impact of sales taxes or subsidies on equilibrium price and quantity. The simplest sales tax i
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Steven BrownSummer

PSYCH 3CB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sweat Lodge, Protective Factor, Oppositional Defiant Disorder

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19 Apr 2013
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Coping relapse model of criminal recidivism: zamble and quinsey explain why an individual will commit another offence after release (refer to figure 12
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Steven BrownSummer

PSYCH 3CB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Takers, Killer Women, Blood Transfusion

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19 Apr 2013
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Criminal cases: an act was allegedly committed as found in the criminal code of candad, can be heard by jury or judge, the process of judy slection and
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Steven BrownSummer

PSYCH 3CB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Day Parole, Nippon Professional Baseball, Admiralty Law

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Steven BrownSummer

PSYCH 3CB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Relapse Prevention, Precondition, Criminal Law Of Canada

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Steven BrownSummer

PSYCH 3CB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Psychiatric Assessment, Psychological Testing, Hypoglycemia

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Falsifiability, Heredity, Sigmund Freud

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19 Apr 2013
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Memory T Cell, Serostatus

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19 Apr 2013
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Stress is the subjective response, stressor is the event that causes stress. Subjective response to life events (so you can have same stressor and diff
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Chapter Notes -Abnormal Psychology, Grandiosity, Psychopathy

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19 Apr 2013
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Scientific study of unusual and/or maladaptive thoughts and behavior. How do we define abnormal : statistical infrequency and/or deviation, discouraged
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Swiss Armed Forces, Confounding, Child Model

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19 Apr 2013
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Types refer to discontinuous categories, these are discrete categories, and everyone fits into one. Traits are more like measuring sticks; align ppl al
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Model, Intercession, Schizotypal Personality Disorder

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19 Apr 2013
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Models of personality and health (*book uses slightly different terminology) Number of different models that consider personality traits as either caus
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2B03Samuel EpsteinWinter

PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Individual Psychology, Psychosexual Development, Teleology

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19 Apr 2013
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This material will be covered in chapter 4. Focus shifts from intrapsychic (within same person /within one person"s mind) to. Interpsychic (across pers
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