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WESTERNMicrobiology and Immunology 2500A/BKelly SummersWinter

Microbiology and Immunology 2500A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Coccidioides, Dna Gyrase, Aflatoxin

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22 Dec 2016
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Most common in usa and latin america. Cyst is active form; trophocyte is infective. P. f and p. s most dangerous. Polyomaviridae: jc virus, most infect
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WESTERNPhysiology 4710A/BTutis VilisWinter

Physiology 4710A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Middle Temporal Gyrus, Auditory Cortex, Visual Acuity

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9 Dec 2016
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Distant object close object: shape of eyeball: Convex lens too flat (old age, lens loses elasticity) laser surgery adjust the curvature of the cornea.
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endothelin, Xerostomia, Reticular Formation

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25 Apr 2016
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WESTERNGeography 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Okanagan Lake, James Bay Project, Northern Ontario

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13 Apr 2016
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Eastern ontario: otawa, kingston, cornwall, canadian shield, not good agriculture. Central ontario: barrie, peterborough, orillia, cotage country: shor
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WESTERNPharmacology 3620Michael A CookWinter

Pharmacology 3620 Study Guide - Final Guide: Beta Blocker, Nmda Receptor Antagonist, Dopamine Receptor D2

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13 Apr 2016
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Lamellar Corpuscle, Axon Hillock

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10 Feb 2016
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WESTERNGeography 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Lecture 2: Lecture+2 Physical Geography

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27 Jan 2016
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A sense of place involves a psychological bond between people and their location. These stem from the physical landscape of the area, human activities,
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WESTERNGeography 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Lecture 3: Lecture+3 Physical Geography

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27 Jan 2016
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Much of the vegetation we see in canada is not natural. Instead, it has been introduced through agriculture and human activity. Major natural vegetatio
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WESTERNGeography 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Area

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27 Jan 2016
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Living and working in a common space inevitably leads to the formation of a regional identity. We will examine regional differences throughout this cou
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