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U OF GTOX 2000Aaron WithamFall

TOX 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hoogsteen Base Pair, Homeostasis, Caesium

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8 Dec 2012
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Excessive consumption of fat-soluble vitamins may be toxic because they are not easily eliminated (b) toxicity associated with fluorosis involves britt
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U OF GTOX 2000Aaron WithamFall

TOX 2000 Lecture Notes - Central Nervous System, Chronic Toxicity, Toxicokinetics

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19 Nov 2012
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Lecture #1 october 31, 2012 toxicant: any substance that causes an adverse biological effect (toxic response) toxicosis: chemically caused disease; tox
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoWinter

BIOL 1090 Study Guide - Ribosomal Rna, 18S Ribosomal Rna, 5.8S Ribosomal Rna

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27 Apr 2012
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Nuclear membrane, nuclear pores, nuclear lamina: structure two parallel phospholipid bi-layers separated by 10-50nm, different than other membranes we"
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoFall

BIOL 1090 Lecture Notes - Endoplasmic Reticulum, Apaf1, Endocytosis

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27 Apr 2012
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoFall

BIOL 1090 Lecture Notes - Intermediate Filament, Cytoskeleton, Actin

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27 Apr 2012
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Motor proteins are most closely associated with microtubules and actin filaments, as intermediate filaments are not generally a part of the vesicular t
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoFall

BIOL 1090 Lecture Notes - Disaccharide, Oligosaccharide, Glycolipid

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27 Apr 2012
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Highly complex and organized: many parts, organized with respect to time and space related to function little tolerance for error; fidelity of interact
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoFall

BIOL 1090 Lecture Notes - Lysosome, Golgi Apparatus, Mitochondrion

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27 Apr 2012
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Lysosomes the organelles within the cell do not arise from an assembly of parts from the cytoplasm; they are generated from within the cell the cell ca
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U OF GBIOL 1090Marc CoppolinoFall

Cytoskeleton Comparison Chart

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27 Apr 2012
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Plus end tends to be near the outside of the cell. Provide intracellular support and spatial organization within the cell. Non-motor: control microtubu
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Output and Cost

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2 Apr 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Perfect Competition

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2 Apr 2012
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Output, price, and employment decisions in perfectly competitive markets entry and exit of firms into/from the competitive market effects of price chan
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Monopolistic Competition

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2 Apr 2012
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Price and output decisions in the long run and the short run advertising costs and the importance of brand names. Monopolistic competition: market stru
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Characteristics of Oligopoly

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2 Apr 2012
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Game theory strategic decisions antitrust laws and oligopoly regulation. Duopoly: market in which only two firms compete; two firms can meet the demand
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Monopoly Characteristics

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2 Apr 2012
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Monopoly: market with two key features: no close substitutes exist, one supplier is protected from competition by entry barriers, natural barriers to e
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Organizing Production

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2 Apr 2012
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Accountants: measure firms" profit to ensure firms pay correct tax and show investors how funds are used: profit = total revenue cost. Internal revenue
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

ECON 1050 Lecture Notes - Economic Surplus

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5 Mar 2012
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Disruption of market equilibrium by government intervention within the economy: rent ceilings lead to inefficiency and housing shortages, minimum wage
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

ECON 1050 Lecture Notes - Import Quota, Deadweight Loss, Economic Surplus

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5 Mar 2012
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Introduction international trade allows us to buy and consume goods that we cannot produce imports: goods and services that we buy from people in other
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Utility and Demand

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5 Mar 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Consumer Choice

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5 Mar 2012
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Predicting the effects of wage, prices, and income on work-leisure choices. Budget line: describes the limits to household consumption choices. P = pri
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U OF GPHYS 1130Jason ThomasWinter

PHYS 1130 Lecture Notes - Electromagnetic Radiation, T Wave, Damping Ratio

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7 Feb 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

ECON 1050 Lecture Notes - Opportunity Cost, Comparative Advantage, Noh

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4 Feb 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium

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3 Feb 2012
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Competitive market: market with many buyers and many sellers so no single buyer or seller can influence price. Money price: the amount of money needed
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Content of the Midterm, Questions and Answers from Review Lecture

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3 Feb 2012
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Short answer question is from cocktail party. Midterm: saturday from 1:00 to 3:00 in rozh 101. 75 multiple choice questions + 1 short answer. Cocktail
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Efficincy and Equity (Part 2)

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3 Feb 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Efficiency and Equity

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3 Feb 2012
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Efficient market hypothesis: individuals make choices in their own self-interest. Markets coordinate individuals" choices in the hopes that they will b
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

Lecture: Elasticity

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3 Feb 2012
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And i quote focus on elasticity for the midterm exams. Know how to calculate elasticity and be prepared to do elasticity problems. Px : price of the go
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U OF GGEOG 1300Tracy RowlandsonWinter

Summary of Textbook Chapter Three (Focus on atmospheric composition and the different atmospheric regions)

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24 Jan 2012
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U OF GGEOG 1300Tracy RowlandsonWinter

Textbook Notes: Chapter Two

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23 Jan 2012
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U OF GECON 1050H.BrandWinter

ECON 1050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Cost, Siq, Opportunity Cost

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17 Jan 2012
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