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UTSGHMB265H1Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Tumor Suppressor Gene, Dna Replication, Contact Inhibition

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22 Apr 2016
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More than 100 diseases in which cells grow out of control and can destroy healthy tissue. Caused by failures in the mechanisms that control growth, pro
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UTSGHMB265H1Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Aniridia, Maternal Effect, Eric F. Wieschaus

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22 Apr 2016
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Large collection of mutants in labs know how to work and manipulate the organism based on previous research. Genomes sequenced: easy to identify genes
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UTSGHMB265H1Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Synonymous Substitution, Pyrimidine Dimer, Ap Site

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGHMB265H1Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Epistasis, Phenotype, Zygosity

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22 Apr 2016
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Variation in phenotype as a whole (vp) all the different ways genes can contribute to phenotypic variation. If all of the variation is attributable to
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UTSGHMB200H1David ChanWinter

HMB200H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channel, Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel, Squid Giant Axon

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGHMB200H1David ChanWinter

HMB200H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Startle Response, Mauthner Cell, Trigeminal Nerve Nuclei

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: African Clawed Frog, Wnt Signaling Pathway, Surface Ectoderm

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Desmosome, Ctnnd1, Adherens Junction

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22 Apr 2016
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Lecture 3: desmosomal junctions (slides 1 to 20) Cannot form tight junctions and desmosomes without adherence junctions (lecture 2) Desmosomal junction
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sonic Hedgehog, Neurulation, Notochord

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Plexin, Neural Crest, Neuropilin

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22 Apr 2016
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, Sox9, Mesenchymal Stem Cell

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22 Apr 2016
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Csb311 lecture 15: endochondral ossification: cartilage and bone formation. Endochondral ossification: there are two ways to form a bone. Flat bones of
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Basal Lamina, Myf5, Myod

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22 Apr 2016
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Take home message: gradient of retinoic acid and the cells respond to different concentrations of retinoic acid. Wnt signalling and retinoic acid combi
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Reinforcement, Gender Role, Hot Sauce

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Social Rejection, Gender Role, Homeless Shelter

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21 Apr 2016
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Prosocial behavior: any behavior that has the goal of helping another person. This is sometimes motivated by desire to improve one"s own circumstances.
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Tegmentum, Casual Sex, Observational Learning

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21 Apr 2016
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We care about what people think of us, we want to form close relationships. Although we all have many types of close relationships (friends, family mem
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Caffeine, Ingroups And Outgroups, Collectivism

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Honor Killing, American Jews, Ultimate Attribution Error

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21 Apr 2016
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Reflective of the dark past of racism and discrimination in can. Aboriginals are the most disadvantaged population in can. Stereotypes - beliefs that a
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Social Dilemma, Ethnocentrism, Motivation

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21 Apr 2016
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Group: exists when 2 or more people define themselves as members when its existence is recognized by at least one other. Posses important aspects: inte
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Safe Sex, Theory Of Planned Behavior, Operant Conditioning

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Minority Influence, Fundamental Attribution Error, Audio Feedback

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Molecular Genetics, Serotonin Transporter, Acculturation

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21 Apr 2016
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Intergroup relations: the way in which people in groups perceive, think about, feel about, and act toward ppl in other groups: stereotypes, prejudice,
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Psych, Condom, Homicide

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21 Apr 2016
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Social psych is about understanding social connections with each other: how people"s thoughts, feelings, behavior is influenced by factors in social wo
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Superior Temporal Sulcus, Dispositional Attribution, Ingroups And Outgroups

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21 Apr 2016
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Na ve psychology: heider"s theory that people practice a form of untrained psychology as they use cause and effect analyses to understand their world a
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Negativity Bias, Illusory Superiority, Dysphoria

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21 Apr 2016
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Automatic thinking type of descion making that occurs at an unconscious level or automatic level and is entirely effortless. Heuristics- automatic thin
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Affective Forecasting, Collectivism, Word Game

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21 Apr 2016
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Chapter 3 social psychology: self- concept: overall beliefs about your own attributes. These beliefs influence what we notice about the world and how w
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Citric Acid Cycle, Lithotroph, Oxaloacetic Acid

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8 Apr 2016
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Discovery and exploration of deep sea vents: alfred wegener 1912 put forth the controversial idea of continental displacement or continental drift . In
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pyruvate Carboxylase, Metabolic Pathway, Succinic Acid

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5 Apr 2016
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Increased substrate storage (glycogen: utilize proton consuming reactions, more efficient or alternate fermentative pathways (>atp/glucose, minimize en
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex, Nadh Dehydrogenase, Succinic Acid

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30 Mar 2016
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Lecture 4: mitochondrial metabolism: anatomy of a cell, mitochondria has 2 membranes, outer membrane: relatively permeable and large, many compounds ca
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fritz Albert Lipmann, Creatine Kinase, Pasteur Effect

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23 Mar 2016
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When oxygen is present, nadh is oxidized to nad+ nad+ is necessary to complete the reaction! In the absence of oxygen, you"ll need lactate dehydrogenas
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fowl Cholera, Louis Pasteur, Lactate Dehydrogenase

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23 Mar 2016
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Lecture 2: recognized microbes responsible for alcoholic fermentation and many diseases. Pasteur discovered that microbes existed: germ theory vs spont
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Hemispatial Neglect

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25 Feb 2016
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Cochlear areas of maximum vulnerability: stria vascularis. Presbycusis loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most individuals as they grow older: ha
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UTSGCSB447H1Les BuckWinter

CSB447H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: August Krogh, Slime Mold, Cambrian Explosion

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Cognitive Dissonance, Doritos

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23 Feb 2016
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What is an attitude: attitude a cognitive representation that summarizes an individual"s evaluation of a particular attitude object, attitude object an
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Color Wheel Theory Of Love, Storge, Reward System

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23 Feb 2016
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Effects of physical attractiveness recall snyder et al, 1977: male participants shown female photo. We don"t realize that we affect a lot of people: re
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Loafing, Flip Cup, Brainstorming

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Empathic Concern, Organ Donation, Town Crier

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23 Feb 2016
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We are social creatures we can only survive in groups. Philippines typhoon: the prosocial groups are the ones that will survive. Do you just want to he
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hot Sauce, Realistic Conflict Theory, Relative Deprivation

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ultimate Attribution Error, Symbolic Racism, Fundamental Attribution Error

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23 Feb 2016
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Social categorization: perceiving people as members of a social group rather than as individuals. Gender, ethnicity, age big three: benefits. Exaggerat
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Comparison Theory, Benjamin Kyle, Collectivism

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dispositional Attribution, Fundamental Attribution Error, John Ausonius

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23 Feb 2016
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Basis of first impressions: first impressions are formed almost instantly. A picture or even a name is often enough: name can draw inferences about age
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