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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Ex Situ Conservation, Coefficient Of Relationship, Inbreeding Depression

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13 Dec 2013
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Grey Reef Shark, Marine Protected Area, Whale Shark

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13 Dec 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 23: the big picture environmental economics. Species and property rights: large incentive to protect privately owned species, lo
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Maximum Power Principle, Human Behavioral Ecology, Easter Island

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13 Dec 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 24: the big picture - sustainability. Sustainability: exploitation rate < regeneration rate for resources, available for future
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Mule Deer, African Forest Elephant, Time Travel In Fiction

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13 Dec 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 18: species and landscape approach ii. Largest pops of forest elephant, chimps, and gorillas. Species conservation depends on: d
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Effective Population Size, Endangered Species, Genetic Drift

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13 Dec 2013
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The more genetically diverse an individual is, the more fit for survival positive correlation between individual fitness and genetic diversity. English
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Oak Savanna, Minimum Viable Population, Primula Veris

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13 Dec 2013
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Mp: several distinct populaions along with areas of suitable, but unoccupied habitats. Populations eventually go extinct, and are then repopulated. Hig
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Land Cover, Temperate Broadleaf And Mixed Forest, Antarctica

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13 Dec 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 17: species and landscape approach to conservation. Mvp: best generalized estimate of minimum population size to survive catastr
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Flagship Species, Biodiversity Hotspot, Umbrella Species

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13 Dec 2013
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Iucn Protected Area Categories, Selous Game Reserve, Categories Of New Testament Manuscripts

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13 Dec 2013
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The number of people living in the future will be the same in all scenario (human pressure will be the same for all scenarios) Outcome on the landscape
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Ex Situ Conservation, Black Softshell Turtle, Guam Rail

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13 Dec 2013
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Extinct in the wild (ew: survives in captivity or as a naturalized population outside its historic range. Critically endangered (cr: extremely high ris
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Iucn Red List, Populus Tremuloides, Seed Dispersal

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13 Dec 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 15: species and population approach to conservation. Evolution occurs at the population level biodiversity. Worldwide: preventio
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Tobiano, Chromosomal Inversion, Polytene Chromosome

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12 Dec 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 16: population genetics and lecture 17: hardy-weinberg equilibrium. Tobiano phenotype with a snp of kit and an inversion. More t
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Quantitative Trait Locus, Animal Locomotion, Inbreeding

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12 Dec 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 20: behaviour genetics and lecture 21. Drosophila locomotor activity: ecolosion rhythm emergence form pupa, measured locomotor a
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Quantitative Trait Locus, Serum Response Factor, Linkage Disequilibrium

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12 Dec 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 18: quantitative genetics and lecture 19: heritability. Quantitative genetics: quantitative traits cause continuous phenotypic v
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Calcification, Calcite, Ocean Acidification

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 12 notes: threats to biodiversity oceans. Coral reefs are like the rainforests of oceans. 1% of sea surface area 25% of marine b
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63Fall2013 Lecture 8 Notes.docx

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18 Nov 2013
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Selective pressure for mechanical and chemical plant defense. Decrease biodiversity forms cheat grass monocultures cheatgrass also changes biochemical
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sister Chromatids, Seminiferous Tubule, Centromere

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18 Nov 2013
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1: animal cell cleavage furrow (contractile ring) is formed that separates the elongated cell into 2 daughter cells, plant cell cell plate formed which
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Tropical Timber, Trans Fat, Fossil Fuel

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18 Nov 2013
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pinus Ponderosa, Acer Saccharum, Subarctic Climate

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18 Nov 2013
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Halocarbons are extremely effective 12000 x more than co2. H20 0. 5x co2: current [co2] is 395 ppm. 2: causes ice and permafrost areas to melt, decompo
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Introduced Species, House Sparrow, List Of Natural Phenomena

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18 Nov 2013
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Expected changes for 2100 in the main 5 drivers of biodiversity change: biggest biotic exchange in the mediterranean most threatened by invasive specie
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carl Bosch, Fritz Haber, Nitrogen Fixation

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18 Nov 2013
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Nh3, nh4, haber-bosch, microbial fixation: nox no, no2, fossil fuel combustion, lightning, eutrophication (n deposition) Lightning creates huge pressur
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phenylalanine Hydroxylase, Nonsense Mutation, Frameshift Mutation

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18 Nov 2013
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Insertion block of one or more nucleotide pairs is inserted into dna. Inversion 180 degree rotations of segment of dna molecule. Alkaptonuria: mutation
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vascular Plant, Pleistocene, Transpiration

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 2 notes: global biodiversity: pattern and processes ii. Diversity of fruit eating bats, n/s america: diversity of fruit-eating b
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Soybean, Biophilia Hypothesis, Alphabet Inc.

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18 Nov 2013
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Religious biophilia: humans have no right to destroy biodiversity, protection of species/nature justified in many religions. If god (or other diety or
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Old-Growth Forest, Forest Steppe, Dung Beetle

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18 Nov 2013
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Habitat destruction: land use is the largest threat to biodiversity, the destruction is in full swing in the tropics. Has already occurred in n. americ
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden, Trophy Hunting, Passenger Pigeon

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 5 notes: threats to biodiversity i. Global main threats to biodiversity: biggest affect of drivers is on land use changing natur
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Robertsonian Translocation, Ras Subfamily, Tumor Suppressor Gene

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 12 notes: chromosome mutations and cancer and lecture 13 notes: cancer and deletion mapping: using chromosome mutations. Inversi
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Corn Syrup, Ecosystem Services, Compost

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc63fall2013 lecture 4 notes: value of biodiversity ii. Provisioning: pollination by wild bees: 1988 hurricane lost of water on ground which acted as
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UTSCBIOC63H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC63H3 Lecture Notes - Great Smoky Mountains, Non-Vascular Plant, Ecosystem Diversity

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18 Nov 2013
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Mitotic Crossover, Alternative Splicing, Open Reading Frame

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 14 notes: genetics of development and lecture 15 notes: development of body plan. This outcome depends on a particular distribut
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pea, Dihybrid Cross, Reciprocal Cross

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18 Nov 2013
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What is the role of chance in heredity: napp presided over the monastery where mendel began his seminal genetic experiments in 1864. Mendel"s law of se
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dihybrid Cross, Eosin, Black Fly

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 9 notes: sex linkage maps and inheritance and lecture 10: linkage and chromosomes. Seed coat pattern in lentils are determined b
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phenylalanine Hydroxylase, Dominance (Genetics), Phenylalanine

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 1 and lecture 2 notes (chapter 1 and chapter 7. 3) In eukaryotes, separated exons composing single gene allow potential rearrang
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UTSCBIOC15H3Karen WilliamsFall

BIOC15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ichthyosis, Polytene Chromosome, Vulgate

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18 Nov 2013
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Bioc15fall2013 lecture 11 notes: genetic mapping and mutations. Problem: ichthyosis: the xg locus on the x-chromosome has two alleles xg a+ and xg a (l
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Shared Experience, Gonorrhea, Prolactin

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23 Sep 2013
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gene Therapy, Alpha-Fetoprotein, Twin

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22 Sep 2013
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Psyb20fall2013 chapter 2: heredity and the environment: genotype set of genes person inherits from their parents, phenotype interaction between genetic
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Observer-Expectancy Effect, Informed Consent, Longitudinal Study

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22 Sep 2013
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Themes of development: 5 aspects of development = biological, cognitive, linguistic, emotional and social. Forces that affect developmental change: ind
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Approximation Error, Equivalence Point, Hydronium

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10 Sep 2013
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If the net cell voltage e is > 0 then the net cell reaction ill be spontaneous in the forward direction. If the net cell voltage e is <0 then the net c
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Conjugate Acid, Acid Dissociation Constant, Sodium Carbonate

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10 Sep 2013
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1: dr. keerman uses 100mm nacl to balance the ionic strength of a buffer solution i. e. to bring the ionic strength closer to physiological serum ionic
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Standard Electrode Potential, Electrochemical Cell, Oxidation State

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10 Sep 2013
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Oxidation and reduction reaction (redox reactions: oxidation/reduction reactions involve the transfer of electrons and a change in oxidation state, a r
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