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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Light-Dependent Reactions, Chloroplast, Permafrost

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10 Apr 2014
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Global warming- increases in earth"s average temperature because of the release of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Most warmin
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Anthropocene, Plant, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

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10 Apr 2014
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Founder Effect, Genetic Drift, Xanthium

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10 Apr 2014
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In mid 1700s carl linnaeus began task of cataloging all of nature. Linnaeus created binomial classification system for classifying species that still u
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Genetically Modified Maize, Genetically Modified Organism, Genetically Modified Food

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10 Apr 2014
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Human Overpopulation, Infection, Political Economy

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10 Apr 2014
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Combines theory (including lots and lots of mathematical modeling) with laboratory and. Population density of deer under different management plans. Yi
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Basal Metabolic Rate, Lycopene, Flavonoid

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10 Apr 2014
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Nutrients- components of food that we require for maintenance of life and for growth. Atoms other than carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that must be obtain
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Montreal Protocol, Game Theory

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10 Apr 2014
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Humans are interacting with nature in an unsustainable way. People tend to over-harvest resources, destroy habitats, and pollute our environment. If we
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U OF GBIOL 1500Marie Therese RushWinter

BIOL 1500 Chapter Notes -Acinetobacter, Hemorrhoid, Abdominal Cavity

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10 Apr 2014
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Human heart has number of valves that open and close approximately 2. 5 billion times over a lifetime. Heart valves are prone to failure for variety of
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Supply Chain Network, Vendor-Managed Inventory, Supply Chain

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15 Dec 2013
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Supply chain- network of activities that delivers a finished product or service to customer. System of organizations, people, activities (transform raw
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Aisle, Job Shop, Takt Time

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15 Dec 2013
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1. office layout -grouping of workers, equipment and spaces to provide comfort, safety, and movement of info. Maximizes information flows (movement of
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Factor 5, Workforce Productivity, Fixed Cost

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15 Dec 2013
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Capacity Utilization, Job Shop, Variable Cost

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15 Dec 2013
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Capacity decisions have a real impact on the ability the organization to meet future demands for products and services. Capacity decisions affect opera
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes -Queueing Theory, Poisson Distribution, Toll House

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15 Dec 2013
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Queuing theory- body of knowledge about waiting lines. Waiting lines (queue)- items or people in a line awaiting service. Analysis of queues in terms o
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Operations Management, Glossary Of Chess, Work Sampling

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15 Dec 2013
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Chapter 10 human resources, job design and work measurment. Labour standards-amount of time required to perform a job or part of a job. Accurate labour
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U OF GFARE 3310Jamie GrumanFall

FARE 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mass Customization, Process Group, Indian Railways

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15 Dec 2013
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Process- group of related tasks with specific inputs and outputs. Involves use of organizations resources to provide something of value. Process design
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Job Analysis, Workflow, Job Evaluation

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1 Oct 2013
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Skill-based pay structures- link pay to the depth or breadth of the skills, abilities and knowledge a person acquires that are relevant to the work. Co
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U OF GMCS 3030HetheringtonFall

MCS 3030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nonprobability Sampling, Sampling Fraction, Quota Sampling

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29 Sep 2013
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Population- group you want to generalize to and the group you sample from in a study. Theoretical population- former population who you want to general
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Competitive Advantage, Job Analysis, Job Evaluation

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27 Sep 2013
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Potential to blend internal forces and external market forces both a strength and a challenge to. Based on combination of job content, skills required,
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paq, Job Analysis, Workflow Pattern

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22 Sep 2013
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Job based pay structures look at tasks the people are doing and expected outcomes. Skill-based and competency-based pay structures look at the person.
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Institutional Theory, Trade Union, Workflow

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22 Sep 2013
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Internal alignment (internal equity)- the pay relationships between the jobs/skills/competencies within a single organization. Pay structure- the array
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U OF GHROB 3100Jamie GrumanFall

HROB 3100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Agreeableness, Collectivism, Job Performance

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18 Sep 2013
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Self-awareness- ability to recognize oneself as an individual (separate from environment and others) Lies at heart of the ability to master oneself (co
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U OF GHROB 3100Jamie GrumanFall

HROB 3100 Chapter Notes -Social Learning Theory

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18 Sep 2013
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Pfeffer (1998) identified 7 key practices associated with managerial and organizational effectiveness: Quin (2000) identified eight seeds" of effective
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U OF GMCS 3030HetheringtonFall

MCS 3030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Postpositivism, Multidimensional Scaling, Cluster Analysis

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18 Sep 2013
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Politics- what issue is most important to my constituents? . Small business owner- where is the best location for me to open my daycare? . Large corpor
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes -Competitive Advantage, Determinacy

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17 Sep 2013
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Greater the alignment (or fit) between organizational strategy and the compensation system, the more effective the organization. Companies face differe
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, Pension

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17 Sep 2013
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Incentives/variable pay compensations for an employee doing exceptional work (bonus awards, benefits). Different companies have different values, diffe
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U OF GHROB 3010Rhonda GordonFall

HROB 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Total Rewards, Disability Insurance, Advantageous

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17 Sep 2013
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People"s view of compensation affects their behavior at work (doesn"t mean same thing to everyone) In english, compensation means to offset, counterbal
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