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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Detailed lecture notes from last lecture

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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Lecture 10 Study Guide

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The limited diet of children: children"s diet is different from adults, eat 3-4 times more food in proportion to their body size than adults; more wate
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Vapor Pressure

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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Lecture 8 Study Guide

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 meat, milk, dairy products, unpasteurised fruit and vegetable juices, raw or undercooked eggs, chicken, tuna, potato and macaroni salads, cream fille
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Lecture 7 Study Guide

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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Persistent Organic Pollutant, Distillation, Mirex

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 our bodies produce hormones from endocrine glands.  some chemicals are able to mimic hormones because they are similar in chemistry and structure et
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 12 Study Notes

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Lecture #12: threats to child development from the built environment. The mozart effect in children: there is a pop culture phenomenon called the mozar
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 11 Study Notes

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12. 3 million children under the age 15 have lost one or both parents to aids. Life expectancy in this area has been reduced to 39 years old: parents m
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 10 Study Notes

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Lecture #11: threats to child development from the built environment. The mozart effect in children: there is a pop culture phenomenon called the mozar
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

HLTC23H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Apicomplexan Life Cycle

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Lecture #9: golobal i the four horsemen of the apocalypse and a baby. Most dangerous (non-human) animals in perspective: venomous snakes: @250, 000 fat
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 8 Study Notes

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Lecture #8: status, social capital and child development. Edward hopper: an american painter, trained in paris, who began depicting simple urban scenes
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

HLTC23H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Opportunity Cost, Human Capital

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What is a systematic review: a systematic review is a careful analysis of already published data, usually from peer-reviewed journal papers. Examples:
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 6 Study Notes

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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

HLTC23H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pituitary Gland

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Self regulation within socioeconomic contexts: paper by cybele rever asks 3 crucial questions: Understanding the roles of income, risk, and culture. In
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 4 Study Notes

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Timing and development: this terrible famine had a specific course, therefore, the effects of various levels of caloric restriction can be studied. In
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 3 Study Notes

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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 2 Study Notes

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Lecture #2: the ecological model of child development. Jean piaget: lev vygotsky, bowlby and attachment theory, bronfenbrenner"s ecological approach to
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UTSCHLTC23H3Jason RamsayWinter

Lecture 1 Study Notes

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Childhood as a cultural artifact: unlike infancy, childhood is a social/cultural artifact. Infancy is a biologically driven event with a genetically ti
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Notes based on Video shown in Lecture 8

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Diet is related to following: cardiovascular disease, cancer, obesity, in us, cvd causes most deaths; out of which, 54% coronary heart disease, 18% str
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Notes based on Video shown in Lecture 7

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2007: deliberate infection of monkeys with 1918 influenza, causes:  disease within 24 hours; death within 8 days.  down-regulation of rig-1, causing
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UTSCEESA10H3Jovan StefanovicWinter

Notes based on Video shown in Lecture 1

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Video 1: everyday carcinogens: there is no one study that constitutes what we in the scientific community would call absolute proof of a connection bet
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 7 Notes Summary

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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 21- Chapter 23 Key Terms

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N adaptive management: a component of ecosystem management in which management actions are seen as experiments and future management decisions are dete
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 20 - Chapter 17 Key Terms

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N alpha diversity: species diversity at the local or community scale. N beta diversity: the change in species number and composition, or turnover of sp
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 18 -Chapter 20 Key Terms

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N allochthonous: the input of energy and nutrients from outside the ecosystem. N assimilation efficiency: the proportion of ingested food that is assim
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 17 - Chapter 18 Key Terms

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N biofuel: a liquid or gas fuel made from plant material (biomass). N biotic resistance: interactions of the native species in a community with non-nat
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 16 - Chapter 16 Key Terms

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N alternative stable states: different community development scenarios that are possible at the same location under similar environmental conditions. N
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Lecture 15 - Chapter 15 Key Terms

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N biodiversity: a term used to describe the diversity of important ecological entities that span multiple spatial scales, from genes to species to comm
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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Pyrimidine Dimer, Replisome, Radiography

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Dna is a double helix with anti-parallel strands. Backbone is made of sugar-phosphate chains; in middle base-pairs. The structure of dna suggests a co
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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ubiquitin, Ferritin, Cytosol

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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y: Lecture 19; BIOB11: Lecture 7

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UTSCBIOD27H3A.EliaSummer

Chapter 9 Study Guide

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Chapter 6 Study Guide

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Chapter 5 Study Guide

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UTSCBIOD27H3A.EliaSummer

Chapter 1 Study Guide

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Biome  entire community of organisms living in a major ecological region, such as the marine biome or the desert biome. Genome  all the genes in an o
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Chapter 11 Study Guide

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The autonomic division its functions not under voluntary control control over internal organs. Divided into sympathetic and parasympathetic branches if
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UTSCBIOD27H3A.EliaSummer

Chapter 10 Study Guide

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328-342 role of the afferent division of the nervous system: provide us info about the environment outside and inside our bodies. 892:9,9:8:,
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UTSCBIOD27H3A.EliaSummer

BIOD27H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Neural Coding, Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Prolactin

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There are three types of hormone interactions: synergism. Effects of combined hormones > the summed effects of individual hormones. E. g. epinephrine a
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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Important Terms and Definitions

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UTSCBIOC50H3Marc CadotteWinter

Important Terms and Definitions

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