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UTMBIO152H5Maria ArtsFall

BIO152H5 Chapter 13: BIO152 - CHP 13

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13 Dec 2016
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Chapter 13 - meiosis and sexual life cycles. Genes - coded information in the form of hereditary units. Locus - a gene"s specific location along the le
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UTMBIO152H5Maria ArtsFall

BIO152H5 Chapter 12: BIO152 - CHP 14

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13 Dec 2016
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Chapter 14 - mendel and the gene idea. 14. 1 mendel used the scientific approach to identify two laws of inheritance. Mendel studied seven characters/h
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UTMBIO152H5Maria ArtsFall

BIO152H5 Chapter 12: BIO152 - CHP 12

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13 Dec 2016
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Most cell division results in genetically identical daughter cells. Genome - a cell"s endowment of dna, its genetic information. A prokaryotic genome u
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 4: ENV100 - 04 - Earth as a Planet II

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10 Dec 2016
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Age of sun and solar system: ~ 4. 57 ga (billion years) Age of earth: ~ 4. 54 ga (billion years) Based on models of stellar evolution and dating of pri
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 6: ENV100 - 06 - Geological Systems and Plate Tectonics part 2

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10 Dec 2016
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 10: ENV100 - 10 - Ecosystems and Ecology - Google Docs II

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10 Dec 2016
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 1: ENV100 - 01 - Environment

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10 Dec 2016
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The rights of nature - giving a non-human entity rights like a human being. Politics has a huge effect (can have ripple effects) on the environment. Le
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 12: ENV100 - 12 - Evolution Biodiversity and Population Ecology II

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10 Dec 2016
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Life is diverse how did it get that way: natural selection: traits that enhance survival and reproduction persist in populations, populations evolve ov
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 22: ENV100 - 22 - Agriculture and Biotechnology

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10 Dec 2016
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Almost 1 billion people don"t get enough to eat on a regular basis. Approximately 1 billion people are overweight or obese. Too little and too much foo
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 27: ENV100 - 27 - Biodiversity

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10 Dec 2016
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Biodiversity helps maintain ecosystem functions: biodiversity increases the stability and resilience of communities and ecosystems, decreased biodivers
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 8: ENV100 - 08 - Environmental Systems and Cycles II

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10 Dec 2016
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Central case: the plight of the st. lawrence belugas. The beluga is vulnerable and is an indicator for the great lakes st. What is a system? a portion
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 14: ENV100 - 14 - Population Ecology

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10 Dec 2016
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Because we build rods, cities, industries ecological niche: niche = an organism"s use of resources and its functional role in a community, fundamental
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 21: ENV100 - 21 - Soils

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10 Dec 2016
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Central case: mer bleue bog: a 35 km2 protected wetland, peat soils formed over 8000 years; up to 6m thick. Central case: mer bleue bog: carbon balance
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 17: ENV100 - 17 - Species Interactions and Community Ecology

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10 Dec 2016
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Case study: zebra mussels: in 1988 european ships discharged water into lake st. clair, canada, within 2 years, they were found in all 5 great lakes, n
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 25: ENV100 - 25 - Aquaculture

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10 Dec 2016
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 18: ENV100 - 18 - Human Population

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10 Dec 2016
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Homo sapiens sapiens started developing bigger craniums, increased our intellectual capacity. Recent homo ~1. 2 mya some lineages extinct (e. g. neande
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 29: ENV100 - 29 - Forest Ecosystems

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10 Dec 2016
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These lectures will help you understand: types, ecological roles, and economic contributions of forests, history, scale, and causes of forest loss, for
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Final: ENV100 Notes

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10 Dec 2016
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Symbolic Interactionism, Conflict Theories, Class Conflict

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8 Dec 2016
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Sociology - the systematic study of human behaviour in social context. Social causes are distinct from physical and emotional issues. Functionalism - a
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