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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Forced Migration, Intersectionality, Social Reproduction

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12 Nov 2014
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Social differentiation ( )underlies all social inequalities, involves the transformation of natural differences in socially important differences and i
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 - Enzymes 1.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 - Receptor Quantitation II.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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Objectives: agonists (potency and efficacy, deviations from predicted dose-response relationships, threshold effects, spare receptor effects, antagonis
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 - Genes as Drug Targets II.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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In this case dna or rna are specific targets. Rna interference (rnai) and small inhibitory rna (sirna) Small dna molecules: ~10-50 nucleotides: can act
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Enzymes III.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 - Non-Protein Drug Targets.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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Drugs acting at sites that are not proteins. Most diuretics act by inhibiting na+ reabsorption by transporters and channels, or by inhibiting enzymes t
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - Introduction to Pharmacodynamics.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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Topics: the evolving concept of a receptor, receptor theory, key advances leading to modern drug discovery. What is a receptor: biological component to
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 - Enzymes II.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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Enzymes ii: drugs that bind reversibly to enzymes (cid:131) ramipril (cid:131) sulfonamides (cid:131) neostigmine. First drug develop and marketed, der
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 - Receptor Quantitation I.pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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Protein on the surface of or inside the cell that receives chemical signals and mediates a response . A cell surface receptor binds with high affinity
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 - Genes as Drugs I .pdf

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28 Sep 2014
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What will we be talking about: treating disease by either replacing abnormal genes, or by modifying the expression of genes, approaches that generally
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UTSGPCL302H1Meg GrantFall

PCL302H1 Lecture 1: PCL302H1.docx

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28 Sep 2014
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

CHM310H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Fuel

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28 Sep 2014
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Lecture 14: heat engine, power plant and issue with electricity. The efficient of a heat engine is its ability to take heat and convert it into work; t
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

CHM310H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Wind Turbine, Vale Limited, Biofuel

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28 Sep 2014
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But there are plentiful of coal (dirty fuel), how can we live in the future with coal, burn it differently. Carbon monoxide can further undergo water-g
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

Lecture 19.docx

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28 Sep 2014
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Pcbs, different degree of chlorination changes vapor pressure. Large molecule are not water soluble, need to form cavity within water in order to put t
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

Lecture 17.docx

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28 Sep 2014
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

Lecture 20.docx

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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

CHM310H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Naphthalene, Phenanthrene

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28 Sep 2014
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The importance of radical, how the structure of the molecule affect the reactivity. If we have methane in the atmosphere, in equilibrium with water and
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UTSGCHM310H1Jon AbbattWinter

CHM310H1 Lecture Notes - Naphthalene, Anthracene, Phenanthrene

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28 Sep 2014
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Persist in the environment, don"t undergo degradation, insoluble, semi-volatile, halogenated. Stockholm convention: international treaty signed to elim
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UTSGBIO220H1Locke RoweWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mate Choice, Frequency-Dependent Selection, Sperm Competition

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12 Feb 2013
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Environmental effects on trait values can be described as plasticity , and these responses can be adaptive. The influence of genes and environment can
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UTSGBIO230H1Desveaux/ HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Smooth Muscle Tissue, Imatinib, Blood Cell

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7 Dec 2012
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Basic principles of the biosynthetic-secretory and endocytic pathways: polarized trafficking routes (proteins travel directly from one place to next) S
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UTSGBIO230H1Desveaux/ HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peroxisomal Targeting Signal, Microrna, Hydrolase

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5 Nov 2012
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Co-activator and co-repressors does not directly bind to dna. Eukaryotic transcriptional activation: eukaryotic activator protein: modular design (bd &
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UTSGHMB203H1Maria PapaconstantinouFall

HMB203 Midterm Review

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27 Oct 2012
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Health: a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Public health: the art of prevent
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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mutation Rate, Neo-Darwinism, Dna Replication

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12 Nov 2011
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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Linnean Society Of London, Complex Differential Form, Sexual Selection

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 13: darwin"s big idea and how it changed biology. Living things change gradually from one from into another over time. Concept of a changing un
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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Nectar, Giant Armadillo, Temperate Climate

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 14: what darwin saw: a geographical perspective on biodiversity and adaptation. In his 20s; a ship"s naturalist (cid:159) most times in south a
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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mendelian Inheritance, Mitosis, Meiosis

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12 Nov 2011
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Structure of dna (cid:159) mitosis & meiosis (cid:159) Small questions: answering small tractable questions can help contribute towards solving a big q
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

lecture 7 notes from prof. Thomson

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 7: species interactions: from 2-species population models to community structure. Types of interaction classified by who pays and who benefits.
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Temperate Deciduous Forest, Climax Community, Spatial Ecology

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 9: spatial ecology, plant communities, and disturbance. Disturbance: an event that causes rapid or marked change in a population or community o
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Detritivore, Lignin, Autotroph

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12 Nov 2011
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Primary consumer: consumers of primary producers; herbivores from ants to zebras. Tertiary consumers: carnivores who eat secondary consumers. Emphasize
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Metapopulation, Frequency Distribution, Multivariate Statistics

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12 Nov 2011
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Was native in prairies; rely on special habitat caterpillars survive only in prairie. Annual pulses of reproduction followed by heavy larval mortality:
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Montane Ecosystems, Soil, Seed Dispersal

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 11: putting things together: species interactions in subalpine meadows. Seed germination experiments: plant the seed in 4 treatment combination
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Net Reproduction Rate, Survivorship Curve, Fecundity

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12 Nov 2011
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Age structure: the distribution of individuals among age classes within a population. Fecundity: the number of offspring produced per reproductive epis
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Exponential Growth, Population Ecology, Inflection Point

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 5: population ecology: models without age structure. An approach to population modeling assuming that time flows continuously and that change c
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Intertropical Convergence Zone, Hadley Cell, Northern Hemisphere

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12 Nov 2011
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Since the equator is tilted 23. 5 with respect to the path the follows in its orbit around the sun, therefore: at higher latitude, light strikes at a l
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sclerophyll, Chlorophyll, Epiphyte

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12 Nov 2011
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Autotrophs: an organism that assimilates energy either from sunlight or from inorganic compounds. Plants in hot deserts reduce their heat loads by prod
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UTSGBIO120H1Jon AbbattFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Volumetric Heat Capacity, Sun Bear, Evaporation

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12 Nov 2011
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Lecture 2 & 3:physical challenges of the environment. Animals geographic ranges usually correspond to biomes (limit to climates or vegetation), but som
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