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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter 52: Biology Chapter 52.docx

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A population is a group of individuals of the same species that live in the same area at the same time. In both ecology and evolutionary biology, popul
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter 27: Biology Chapter 27.docx

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Chapter 27: phylogenies and the history of life. The evolutionary history of a group of organisms is called its phylogeny. Phylogenies are usually summ
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Upper Paleolithic, Postcrania, Acheulean

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BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter 25: Biology Chapter 25.docx

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Chapter 11- From Hominoid to Hominin.docx

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Bipedal locomotion led to major morphological changes in bodies in new savanna and woodland habitats, new kinds of food became. 2. available caused cha
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Chapter 13- From Hominin to Homo.docx

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Pleistocene epoch began 1. 8 mya and saw a cooling of world"s climate: divided pleistocene into three parts: lower, middle, and upper lower, 1. 8 mya.
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Chapter 16 - Evolution and Human Behaviour.docx

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The application of evolutionary principles to understanding human behaviour is controversial. 2: belief is false because natural selection shapes learn
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Biology Chapter 55.docx

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Perhaps simplest way to think about biodiversity is in terms of tree of life, the phylogenetic tree of all organisms. When biodiversity, increases, bra
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Biotic Component, Crypsis, Amazon River

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Ecology is the study of how organisms interact with their environment. After spending four or five years feeding and growing in the ocean, salmon trave
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Chapter 15- Human Genetic Diveresity.docx

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Damage to this gene prevents normal development of some psychological machinery necessary for language. Mutation can maintain deleterious genes in popu
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Chapter 17 - Human Mate Choice and Parenting.docx

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If evolution has shaped the psychology of human mating strategies, then we would expect to find common patterns across societies. 3: a false negative o
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Positive Feedback, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, Humus

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Endangered Species Act Of 1973, Disruptive Selection, Sympatry

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Laurasia, Bipedalism, Paleoclimatology

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At the end of the triassic, most therapsid groups disappeared and dinosaurs radiated to fill all of the niches for large, terrestrial animals. These ea
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Olduvai Gorge, Termite, Taphonomy

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Chapter 12: oldowan toolmakers and the origin of human life. May also need to be extracted or processed before consumption. 60% humans depend on hard-t
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Waggle Dance, Corn Oil, Sensory Cue

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Proximate causation explains how actions occur in terms of neurological, hormonal and skeletal-muscular mechanisms involved. Ultimate causation explain
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 53: Biogeography, Lignin, Soltyrei

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A biological community consists of interacting species, usually living within a defined area. To study species interaction, biologists focus on analyzi
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

Biology Chapter 1.docx

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Chapter 1: biology and the tree of life. Robert hooke used a crude microscope to examine the structure of cork (bark tissue) from an oak tree. In the c
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