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4th year Biochemistry student! If you are looking for notes for a certain course and cant seem to find it. And or past exams/midterms. shoot me up an email and i can upload ...

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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

FINAL NOTES BIOC58_LEC 6 7 8.docx

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Lecture 6 : biological impacts on climate change. Species distribution: factors to consider: niche, tolerances, geographic ranges, ecotypes, community
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cyanidin, Punctuated Equilibrium, Phyletic Gradualism

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3 Dec 2013
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Rates of evolution: we can distinguish between: phylogentic rates: rates at which single characters ir complexes of character evolve, taxonomic rates:
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

BIOC50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Myxoma Virus, Garter Snake, Common Cuckoo

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3 Dec 2013
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Coevolution: the joint evolution of two or more interacting species, each of which evolves in response to selection imposed by the other: coevolution i
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UTSCBIOC50H3Jason WeirFall

Lecture 10- BIOC50 theropod evolution

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29 Oct 2013
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Lecture 10 : theropods and the evolution of birds. Ex giganotosaurs (13m: limited resources required specialized niches, specialized massive bones and
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UTSCBIOC12H3Shadi DaliliFall

midterm CHMB41 Dalili 2010 Answers.pdf

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26 Sep 2013
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UTSCCHMB41H3Shadi DaliliFall

Dalili CHMB41 DECEMBER 11TH 2006 FINAL EXAM.pdf

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26 Sep 2013
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Chm b4ti*} rfitq*r eitnli4 fall 2006 becember ltth 2006. Fxmrcrnuar be written in nnn-eraetble irrl {not-{ehcil} " n:". No model*, whife ink, calcul at
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01 Notes - Chap 5-9.pdf

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26 Sep 2013
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Everything we learn is detected by sense organs and transmitted to our brains by sensory nerves. But how specific that information is depends on things
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA02 Notes - Chap 10-14.pdf

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26 Sep 2013
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We"ve long known that most species can communicate with one another, but that doesn"t mean they have language ex. female moth releases pheromones to ma
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA02 Notes - Chap 15_17-18.pdf

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26 Sep 2013
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Humans are social beings, our behaviors can affect our actions, and our actions can affect our behaviors. Social psychology: the branch of psychology t
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidFall

STUDY GUIDE LECTURES 1-12

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25 Sep 2013
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Answers to study guide questions: lecture 1-12 (2013) The action potential that travels along the conduction pathway of the heart moves upward into the
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01_Notes_-_Chap_1-4.pdf

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25 Sep 2013
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Advise industry and governmental agencies about personnel matters, design of products, advertising and marketing, legislation. They make up and perform
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Hydrogenase, Succinic Acid, Active Transport

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25 Sep 2013
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Intermembrane Space, Viral Matrix Protein, Nuclear Localization Sequence

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25 Sep 2013
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Autotrophs: manufacture organic nutrients from inorganic molecules (co2: about 2. 7 million years ago, cyanobacteria used electrons from water to produ
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: N-Terminus, Oogenesis, Nuclear Dna

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25 Sep 2013
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Cellular uptake of particles and macromolecules: two separate categories: Phagocytosis: cell eating : uptake of relatively large particulate matter. (>
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Monomer, Treadmilling, Mitosis

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25 Sep 2013
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They aren"t: targeting sequence = no targeting sequence. Proteins translated in cytosol and stay there by default : some examples: Clathrin and cop pro
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Exocytosis, Phagocytosis, Pinocytosis

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25 Sep 2013
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Protein mobility: some freely mobile: others have restricted mobility, studied by frap: fluorescence recovery after photo- bleaching: can not identify
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Diffraction, Immunofluorescence, X-Ray Crystallography

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25 Sep 2013
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Cell specializations: flagella: mts and mt motors (atpase, increase # of mitochondria = more atp, acrosome: secretory lysosomes: secreted via kinesin a
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Conformational Change, Tripeptide, Blastomere

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25 Sep 2013
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Made on free ribosomesin the cytoplasm, no targeting sequence: three main components: Cytoskeleton -functions: scaffold structural support and cell sha
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UTSCBIOB10H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: James Danielli, Macrophage, Fluid Mosaic Model

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25 Sep 2013
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