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UWBIOL359Jonathan WittFall

BIOL359 Chapter Notes -Cystic Fibrosis, Allele Frequency, Zygosity

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Differences in survival and reproduction of phenotypes, leading to differences in their contribution to the next generation, resulting in a change in t
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UWBIOL359Jonathan WittFall

BIOL359 Study Guide - Final Guide: Species, Parapatric Speciation, Sympatric Speciation

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Social interactions take place between two individuals in a given population: the. Kin selection and social behaviour actor and the recipient. The acto
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UWBIOL359Jonathan WittFall

BIOL359 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tephritidae, Bird Louse, Molecular Phylogenetics

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Phylogenies can be based on morphological data, physiological data, molecular data or all three. Today, phylogenies are usually constructed using dna s
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UWBIOL359Jonathan WittFall

Evolution Midterm 1 Review

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The intelligent design is a scientific theory which holds that biological complexity is inconsistent with darwinian evolution and can only be explained
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Insomnia, Precognition, Depressant

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16 Oct 2011
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Transduction conversion of one form of energy into another. In sensation, the transforming of stimulus energies, such as sights, sounds, and smells, in
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Random Assignment

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Structuralism an early school of psychology that used introspection to explore the structural elements of the human mind (edward bradford titchener) Fu
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Memory; Exam Study Tips This is the alternative outline (the one on the overhead not the one posted on UW-ACE), as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Sensation and perception across time: memory can be thought of as sensation and perception across time. Background noise is not retrievable in the futu
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Erik Erikson, Social Inequality, Participatory Action Research

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Sociology is the systematic study of human groups and their interactions. It is the study of everything that people do. Socialization (how do we become
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Consciousness This is the lecture outline, as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Transduction is how we get an external information into our head and interpret it. In olfaction, however, the mucous membrane of the nose senses the sh
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QUEEN'SHLTH 101Glenn WardWinter

Final Exam Review These are all the notes, covered on the final exam, starting with topic 10. I apologize for any stupid jokes in the notes :D

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16 Oct 2011
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1902: 1st inherited disease alkaptonuria (dark urine) Garrod (1909) inborn errors of metabolism . Both classical and molecular: classical: search for h
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Sensation and Perception This is the lecture outline, as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Transduction is how we get an external information into our head and interpret it. In olfaction, however, the mucous membrane of the nose senses the sh
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Learning This is the lecture outline as provided by Dr. Ennis with my own annotations.

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UWCHEM120LSue StathopulosWinter

CHEM120L Study Guide - Final Guide: Sodium Hydroxide

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A whmis online course must be completed prior to working in the lab. Sinks and bench tops must be kept clean. All spills and bottle rings must be wiped
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Neuropsychology This is the lecture outline, as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Three parts: soma, dendrites, axon: soma cell body (or head of the neuron, contains nucleus, dendrites extend from soma, axons - long tail extending fr
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Introduction to Psychology This is the lecture outline, as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Content of psychology: basic model & the abc"s. B behaviour (things that we do, the way we act) C cognition (thoughts, related to phenomenon; reasoning
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Developmental Psychology This is the lecture outline, as provided by Dr. Ennis, with my own annotations.

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Ta info: colleen merrifield cmerrif@uwaterloo. ca pas 3204 thursday 10:30-11:30. Background: the industrial revolution: around 1900s, most dramatic tec
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Critical Race Theory, George Herbert Mead, Talcott Parsons

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Sociology is the systematic study of human groups and their interactions. It is the study of everything that people do. Socialization (how do we become
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