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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

[PHYSICS 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (26 pages long!)

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30 Mar 2017
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Whenever we state a position, it is relative to some reference point or origin. When discussing the motion of an object over many successive positions
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

[BIOLOGY 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (84 pages long)

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29 Mar 2017
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Eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells and the evolution of. Life as we know it, began approximately 4 billion years ago. Life on earth was almost exclusivel
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1F03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Fundamental Attribution Error, Rush Hour, Simple Explanation

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28 Mar 2017
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It is dif cult to accurately attribute intentions to observed actions because for every observed behaviour, there are many possible motivating factors.
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Peripheral Membrane Protein, Lipid Bilayer, Active Transport

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28 Mar 2017
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Cell membranes are composed of two layers of lipids. The major type of lipid found in cell membranes are phospholipids, which are made up of a glycerol
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Spindle Apparatus, Sister Chromatids, Cell Division

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28 Mar 2017
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Cell division is the process by which cells make more cells. Cell division is needed for growth, repair, and reproduction. While cell division may seem
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Dna Replication, Okazaki Fragments, Dna Ligase

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28 Mar 2017
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During dna replication, the parental strands separate and new partners are made. The two strands of the parental duplex molecule separate and each indi
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Rna Splicing, Histone Code, Messenger Rna

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28 Mar 2017
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Gene regulation encompasses the ways in which cells control gene expression. Gene expression can be in uenced by chemical modi cation on dna or. The ma
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Tandem Repeat, Hbb, Noncoding Dna

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28 Mar 2017
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Genotype is the genetic makeup of a cell or organism; phenotype is its observed. The genetic makeup of a cell or organism constitutes its genotype. A p
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Frameshift Mutation, Noncoding Dna, Dna Replication

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28 Mar 2017
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For individual nucleotides, mutation is a rare event. Mutation rates vary over a large range for a number of reasons. Rna viruses and retroviruses have
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Phosphodiester Bond, Amine, Hydrogen Bond

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28 Mar 2017
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dna Annotation, Sequence Assembly, Shotgun Sequencing

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28 Mar 2017
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Aminoacyl-Trna, Protein Structure, Alpha Helix

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13 Mar 2017
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The general structure of an amino acid consists of a central carbon atom, called the alpha carbon connected by covalent bonds to four different chemica
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1F03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Donald Broadbent

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11 Mar 2017
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Attention allows you to navigate through a crowded world brimming with information and distractions. Nowhere is this more evident than when crossing th
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1F03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Numbers Game, Stereotype, Exemplar Theory

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11 Mar 2017
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Checking your phone, you read an email about an upcoming project. At this point, you notice that somewhere on the bus, there is an odd, but familiar od
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 6: Chapter 3:Nucleic Acids and Transcription

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11 Mar 2017
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Telomerase, Telomere, Homeostasis

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3 Mar 2017
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Cell turnover is a normal process in our bodies. Older differentiated cells die and need to be replaced through cell division of adult stem cells. Tiss
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Isotopes Of Nitrogen, Franklin Stahl, Escherichia Coli

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1 Mar 2017
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Dna is the macromolecule that determines the characteristics of the cell. We know from the early pioneering work of francis crick, james watson and ros
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Phosphodiester Bond, Pyrophosphate, Hydrogen Bond

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1 Mar 2017
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Beyond meselsen and stahl"s work, researchers began to question whether dna replicated in the same manner in eukaryotes as it appeared to replicate in
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Phosphodiester Bond, Primase, Dna Ligase

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1 Mar 2017
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On the leading strand, only one primer is required and the dna polymerase is able to continuously add nucleotides to the new daughter strand as the rep
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Primase, Embryonic Stem Cell, Telomere

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1 Mar 2017
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In reality although errors in dna replication are rare, they certainly can occur. This can occur during the initial pairing between incoming nucleotide
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cytokinesis, Cleavage Furrow, Telophase

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1 Mar 2017
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The beginning of the m-stage of the cell cycle follows up on the end of the interphase. During interphase, speci c chromosomes cannot be identi ed sinc
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Centromere, Nuclear Membrane, Metaphase

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1 Mar 2017
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Early research in the 1970s began to shed light on the molecules that could have potential regulatory control of the cell cycle. Specifically that ther
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: G0 Phase, Chromatin, Walther Flemming

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1 Mar 2017
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The ability for a pre-existing cell to give rise to another cell is due to the regulated process of cell division. This process of cell division can me
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Friction, Free Body Diagram, Contact Force

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28 Feb 2017
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To develop the concept that interactions between objects are expressed as forces. To identify a number of common forces and understand how they can be
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Net Force, International System Of Units

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28 Feb 2017
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To describe the motion of an object, or a system of objects, in terms of a new quantity, called momentum. To associate changes in the momentum of a sys
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Kinetic Energy, Conservative Force, Potential Energy

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28 Feb 2017
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To describe the state of an object, or a system of objects, in terms of a new quantity, called energy. To characterize the motion of a system in terms
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Refractive Index, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Refraction

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22 Feb 2017
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fundamental Frequency, Rarefaction, Sound

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22 Feb 2017
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Surface Tension, Net Force, Buoyancy

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22 Feb 2017
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To identify the characteristics of uids that distinguish them from solids. To quantify pressure within uids, and to understand how pressure varies with
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1A03Christine WilsonWinter

PHYSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Angular Frequency, Density, Propagation Constant

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22 Feb 2017
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Characterize the motion of a wave as it travels through a medium. Model the motion and structure of a wave using a mathematical wave function. Describe
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Francis Collins, Lumacaftor, Osmosis

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22 Feb 2017
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The most common fatal genetic disease (1/3,600 children born in canada) A hereditary disorder affecting the exocrine glands. It causes the production o
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Caffeine, Ketone, Ketone Bodies

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22 Feb 2017
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Applied lecture 1: amazing energy reserves in animals. The camel hump consists of a giant mound of fat. The hump can weigh up to 80 lbs. This allows ca
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1F03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Deeper Understanding, Long-Term Memory, Fashion One

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15 Feb 2017
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Multi-tasking refers to the simultaneous completion of two or more tasks. Researchers nd out brains are not wired to do two things at once, especially
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 11: The Genetic Code and Codons

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7 Feb 2017
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We have learned that the genetic information of a cell is contained in the dna and how transcription can create a copy of the genetic sequence of a gen
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 9: DNA as a Blueprint and Transcription in Prokaryotes

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7 Feb 2017
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Dna as a blueprint and transcription in prokaryotes. The dna molecules found in prokaryotic and eukaryotic chromosomes are the same. The same basic sub
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 7: Nucleic Acids and DNA

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7 Feb 2017
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We have discussed three classes of macromolecules: lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins. These macromolecules are found throughout the cell and have spe
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 10: Transcription in Eukaryotes and Export of mRNA

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7 Feb 2017
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Part 1: transcription and mrna processing in eukaryotes. Transcription in eukaryotes uses the same principles as in prokaryotes. As in prokaryotes, euk
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 12: The Standard Code and RNA

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7 Feb 2017
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 6: Protein Folding and Leaving the Endomembrane System

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7 Feb 2017
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Recall that the amphipathic properties of the phospholipids was essential for the formation of the bilipid membrane. The hydrophilic head groups face t
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture 8: DNA Structure and DNA in Eukaryotes

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7 Feb 2017
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