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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gram-Negative Bacteria, Gram-Positive Bacteria, Escherichia Coli

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1 Jan 2016
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5-10% of gram negative wall: may be only 1-2 layers thick in gram negative, much more crosslinking in gram positives cell shape maintenance also called
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Microbial Ecology, Transposable Element, Gc-Content

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1 Jan 2016
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Ecosystems and environmental microbiology: microbial species, diversity and phylogeny, ecological analysis and microbial ecology, extremophiles and ast
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Autolysin, Gram-Negative Bacteria, Deoxyribonuclease

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1 Jan 2016
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In tranformation, because adding naked pieces of dna, dna-ase will chew it up. Unlike conjugation and transduction where dna is always protected. Dna b
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Microbial Ecology, Microorganism, Carbon Cycle

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1 Jan 2016
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Sent students out to library to figure out how to tackle a problem in lab, and then come back and tell him how they would do it. Came back: no one had
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Astrobiology, Extremophile, Halophile

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1 Jan 2016
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Hyperthermophilic bacteria and archaea are able to survive in temperatures close to boiling. Note the orange and brown microbial mats (j. schmidt, yell
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: On2 Technologies, Virus, Capsid

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1 Jan 2016
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Structural unit: vp1 associated w/ vp3 and vp2 (triagles) See a certain arrangement of vp1 (blue) 5 polio virus protomers (structural units) assemble t
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Megavirus, Plaque-Forming Unit, Virus Quantification

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1 Jan 2016
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Largest virus - amoeba-infecting mimivirus (mimicking microbe virus) the mimivirus dna genome is 1. 18 megabases in length, encoding roughly 1000 genes
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Internal Ribosome Entry Site, Papillomaviridae, Double-Stranded Rna Viruses

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1 Jan 2016
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Dna/rna can be released by gently cross-linking and spreading under conditions that tend to disrupt capsids. Reovirus (which contains 10 internal dsrna
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Hepatitis D, Double-Stranded Rna Viruses, Poxviridae

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1 Jan 2016
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In uenza virus genomes are rna, yet they replicate in the nucleus. Taxonomy of viruses (ictv) virus taxonomic units: order, family, genus, species: vir
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Rous Sarcoma Virus, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Hepatitis C Virus

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1 Jan 2016
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1892 dimitrii ivanovsky observed that agent of tobacco mosaic disease passes through porcelain lters that retain bacteria. 1898 matinus beijerinck made
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Retrovirus, Dna Virus, Rna Virus

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1 Jan 2016
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Needs to bring these proteins in w/ it. Rna virus but goes through dna intermediate. Life cycle of a retrovirus ss(+)rna virus (dna intermediate) Event
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Flagellum, Ribose, Antibody

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1 Jan 2016
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Flagella rotation: ccw: propels cell forward (run, cw: tumble or twiddle reorientation increased attractant, decreased repellent [good]: runs towards d
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pilus, Bacterial Adhesin, Gram-Negative Bacteria

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1 Jan 2016
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Bacterial proteinaceous appendages: locomotion: flagella, adherence factors: pili or fimbriae (mainly adherance, conjugal transfer of dna: sex pili. Pi
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nanoarchaeum Equitans, Thiomargarita, Dental Plaque

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1 Jan 2016
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Age of bacteria ph 0 to greater than 12 temps of <0c to >100c concentrated nacl deep sea hydrothermal vents cracks in rocks at depths of several km. 1
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Georges Pouchet, Robert Hooke

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1 Jan 2016
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Early microscopes discovered spermatazoa, red blood cells, major microbes: however only wrote in dutch: nobody really knew about his writings and he di
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QUEEN'SMICR 221Eric B CarstensWinter

MICR 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peptidoglycan, Cell Membrane, Gram-Negative Bacteria

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1 Jan 2016
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Much thicker layer of peptidoglycan w/ no outer membrane. Common in archaae: s-layer interacts w/ cytoplasmic membrane. Types of s layer hexagonal, p6
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QUEEN'SGEOL 104Daniel Layton- MatthewsFall

GEOL104 Final: Study Guide

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28 Dec 2015
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Hemoglobin, Masters And Johnson, Fluoxetine

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9 Dec 2015
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All diagnoses listed in dsm considered psychopathology: other sexual problems are not recognized as mental disorders but still cause. Many sexual probl
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Hypervigilance, Grey Matter, Cognitive Restructuring

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9 Dec 2015
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Abdominal Cavity, Vasodilation, Hymen

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9 Dec 2015
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Pharmacological approaches: oral medications for ed, originally developed as a drug for high blood pressure and heart. Very easy to get a prescription,
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Vulvodynia, Muscle Tone, Myofascial Trigger Point

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9 Dec 2015
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Plissit model (h. singer kaplan: permission, limited information, specific suggestions, intensive therapy. Plissit model: permission, reassurance: thou
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, Gender Role, Anal Sex

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9 Dec 2015
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20% of men fear erectile problems at first intercourse, 8% experience erection problems that hindered first intercourse. As age need more stimulation t
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Conversion Therapy, Ender Wiggin, Bisexuality

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9 Dec 2015
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More complicated than this because have to take into changes over time. What does orientation encompass: affectional orientation more than just sexual
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Biphobia, Sexual Dysfunction, Non-Penetrative Sex

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9 Dec 2015
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Durex, Aversion Therapy, Antiandrogen

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9 Dec 2015
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How do we define normal sexual behaviour. Statistically: how many people need to engage in behaviour before it becomes normative: must determine preval
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Normative Social Influence, Gonorrhea, Sex Organ

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9 Dec 2015
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Sexual developments starts while fetus growing in womb: erections have been noted in male fetuses, male infants may experience reflexive erections afte
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Disorders Of Sex Development, Scrotum, Mental Health Professional

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28 Oct 2015
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60s, john money: used term gender to describe the psychological experience of femaleness and maleness. Treatment of gender-variant individuals led him
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC333 Lecture 12: Normative Views of Sexuality

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27 Oct 2015
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What is sex : definitions of having had sex rooted in heterosexist culture, little empirical investigation. Social and legal definitions vary but often
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Orgasm, Sexual Conflict, Impression Management

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25 Oct 2015
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Sexual communication: address issues that often make sexual communication challenging for couples. Communication in intimate relationships: definitions
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Attachment Theory, Mania, Storge

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23 Oct 2015
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Men in some foraging societies is south american and africa seem to disregard. Theory: increase chance their offspring will be healthy and inherit good
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ejaculation, Hormone Therapy, Medical Model

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22 Oct 2015
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What is gender: for some people, the state of being male or female . Sex and gender: sex: the biological aspects of male and female ( and other, gender
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Eye Contact, Body Language, Frederick Valk

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20 Oct 2015
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What to do: body language, can happen with/without verbal communication, body posture, motion: less controlled, gestures vary from culture to culture.
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8, 14: Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, Sexually Transmitted Infection, Health Professional

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17 Oct 2015
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Treatments varied over the centuries: 1500s onward w/ mercury compounds, fallopio showed condoms could be used to prevent the disease, 1900s onwards w/
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Immunocompetence, Ovulation, Histocompatibility

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15 Oct 2015
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Fundamental assumption: we are attracted to others whose presence is rewarding to us, direct rewards: received from interactions with others, indirect
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Amenorrhoea, Curettage, Fetus

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13 Oct 2015
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1930s: parents" information bureau for family planning and birth control set up: one of program workers: dorothy palmer arrested in 1936 for distributi
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Etonogestrel, Levonorgestrel, Intrauterine Device

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8 Oct 2015
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Contraception at a glance: various tools intended to prevent or reduce the likelihood of pregnancy. Interferes with ovulation/fertilization/ implantati
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC 333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-5: Apocrine, Olfactory Nerve, Theca

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1 Oct 2015
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Large variation in size and shape of breasts and nipples: one breast usually larger than the other, colour and size of areola around nipple differ, one
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC333 Lecture 6: Sexual response cycles

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1 Oct 2015
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QUEEN'SGEOL 104Daniel Layton- MatthewsFall

GEOL104 Lecture 7: Sept29

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30 Sep 2015
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Igneous rocks part 2: why melts (magma and lava) form, melt movement, composition of melts: same in magma vs lava. Intrusive and extrusive igneous form
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QUEEN'SPSYC 333Pukall Caroline FFall

PSYC333 Lecture 5: Male genital anatomy

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29 Sep 2015
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Circumcision: surgical removal of the penile foreskin usually done at birth, circumcised, intact, intact with a permanently retracted foreskin, 25% wor
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