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UBCBIOL 260Patricia SchulteWinter

BIOL 260 Lecture Notes - Osmoregulation, Fluid Compartments

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28 Mar 2013
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medical Anthropology, Syphilis, Medical Ethics

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26 Feb 2013
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Continuation of miss evers" boys and ethics of research. A study conducted to see if the position people are assigned, if that would change how they ac
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medical Anthropology, Syphilis, Medical Ethics

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26 Feb 2013
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Continuation of miss evers" boys and ethics of research. A study conducted to see if the position people are assigned, if that would change how they ac
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biomedicine, Commodification, Syphilis

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31 Jan 2013
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Anthropology 227 medical anthropology january 29th, 2013. T. a. (farael) lecture : anthropology and the end of life. *not so much about telling truth v
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Participant Observation, Narrative, White Coat

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31 Jan 2013
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Doctor who is struggling with being powerless but stays with her all night long = compassion in the background there is death looming over, in the morn
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Participant Observation, Carl R. May, Personal Account

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31 Jan 2013
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Sometimes patients know more about the illness than the clinician. There is a dynamic between the well informed patient, and the all-knowing clinician.
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UBCANTH 227Dan SmallWinter

ANTH 227 Lecture Notes - Soteriology, Medical Anthropology

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31 Jan 2013
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Focus: experience of illness and applied medical anthropology. A patient is a site for a story rather than simply a site for disease. Medical anthropol
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UBCBIOL 140Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 140 Lecture Notes - Phylogenetic Tree, Cladistics, Ichthyosaur

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27 Jun 2012
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Species divergence is the outcome of selection and evolution. How do biologists study the history of life on earth? (2) Homology vs. homoplasy: constru
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UBCBIOL 140Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 140 Lecture Notes - Agrostis Capillaris, Population Bottleneck, Allele Frequency

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27 Jun 2012
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Four mechanisms that shift allele frequencies in populations. Agrostis tenuis growing on heavy metals on an abandoned mine in. A population is a group
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Y Chromosome, Allosome, Reciprocal Cross

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27 Jun 2012
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If phenotype is due to an autosomal recessive allele. If parents of an affected individual do not have the trait. Change in a gene (mutant = individual
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UBCBIOL 112Karen SmithWinter

BIOL 112 Lecture Notes - Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Medium Ground Finch, Antimicrobial Resistance

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27 Jun 2012
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Summing up the 4 steps in only 2. Credit for natural selection" is given to darwin. Individuals with certain heritable traits are more likely to surviv
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UBCANTH 100AJohn BarkerWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Transitional Fossil, Species Ii, Selective Breeding

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27 Jun 2012
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Evidence for evolution: evidence for change through time, fossil record, extinctions, transitional forms. E. g. whales: changes in living organisms, ve
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Huntingtin, Haemophilia, Autosome

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26 Jun 2012
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To understand transmission of human traits, must analyze human crosses that already exist b/c making specific crosses will take too long (and ethical i
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UBCBIOL 112Karen SmithWinter

BIOL 112 Lecture Notes - Embryonic Stem Cell, P53, Smooth Muscle Tissue

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26 Jun 2012
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Is the process by which cells specialize in function. For example, a cell can become a neuron (nerve cell), a smooth muscle cell, or a blood cell (wbc
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Pleiotropy, Zygosity, Epistasis

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26 Jun 2012
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13 extending mendel"s rules from genotype to phenotype. Alleles are either dominant or recessive, each allele codes for different phenotypes. There is
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Y Chromosome, Reciprocal Cross, Genetic Linkage

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26 Jun 2012
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If phenotype is due to an autosomal recessive allele. If parents of an affected individual do not have the trait. Change in a gene (mutant = individual
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, Growth Hormone Deficiency, Reverse Transcriptase

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26 Jun 2012
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Method of introducing alleles into human cells using engineered viruses (4 steps) People with pituitary dwarfism have defective copies of the gene gh1
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Petri Dish, Phosphodiester Bond, Nucleic Acid Double Helix

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26 Jun 2012
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A strain is a population of genetically identical individuals. Strains that affect humans vary in their virulence their ability to cause disease and de
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Model Organism, Pisum, Membrane Protein

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26 Jun 2012
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Sister Chromatids, Homologous Chromosome, Allosome

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26 Jun 2012
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Process of uniting sperm and egg (in sexual reproduction [sr]) All the cells are products of mitotic divisions from the first nucleus that formed at fe
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes -Biogeochemical Cycle, Nutrient Cycle, Nitrogen Cycle

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26 Jun 2012
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Energy is not the only thing transferred in a food web/chain. Ingested matter also contain carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, and other elements th
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes -Microtubule Organizing Center, Spindle Apparatus, Sister Chromatids

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26 Jun 2012
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Eukaryotic chromosomes normally exist as extremely long, threadlike strands consisting of dna associated with globular proteins called histones. In euk
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Climax Community, Keystone Species, Primary Succession

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26 Jun 2012
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What factors determine the impact of disturbance? (3) Usually focuses on two at a time, but biological communities can contain thousands of species. To
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, Primary Production, Species Richness

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26 Jun 2012
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Immigration and extinction rates and the theory of island biogeography. Why does a strong latitudinal gradient in species diversity exist? (higher spec
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - High Endothelial Venules, Bone Marrow, Thymocyte

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26 Jun 2012
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Lecture Notes - Interspecific Competition, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Ecological Niche

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26 Jun 2012
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Define fitness and describe how biologists focus on it to study species interactions. Members of different spp (species) eat one another, pollinate eac
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UBCBIOL 121Carol PollockWinter

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes -Yuma, Arizona, Konza Prairie Biological Station, Tropical Rainforest

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26 Jun 2012
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Key distinguishing factors (location, temperature, ppt, vegetation, etc) Plants in this biome have broad leaves (opposed to narrow, needle-like leaves)
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Cornea, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, Ciliary Body

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26 Jun 2012
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Notes continued write into book notes at later time. Cornea is part of the focusing mechanism. When light rays go through it they get bent. The speed o
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Vocal Folds, Place Of Articulation, Gas Exchange

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26 Jun 2012
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Ventilation: movement of air into and out of lungs. External respiration: gas exchange between air in lings and blood, transport of oxygen and carbon d
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Sliding Filament Theory, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Skeletal Muscle

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26 Jun 2012
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Maintenance of posture: very important to humans as we walk on 2 feet (v. rare in mammals) Production of body heat: skeletal muscles account for 50% of
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Massage, Lymph Node, Natural Killer Cell

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26 Jun 2012
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Wherever you have a capillary bed, you have lymphatic bed. Lymphatic beds take up excess fluid from capillary beds = to larger and larger lymphatic ves
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Ciliary Body, Cornea, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority

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Notes continued write into book notes at later time. Cornea is part of the focusing mechanism. When light rays go through it they get bent. The speed o
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Study Guide - Saccule, Tight Junction, Vestibular Duct

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30 May 2012
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Hearing and balance basically use the same mechanism. Tympanic membrane: ear drum is the boundary between the outer ear and the inner ear. Middle ear:
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Intercalated Disc, Cardiac Muscle

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30 May 2012
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Maintenance of posture: very important to humans as we walk on 2 feet (v. rare in mammals) Production of body heat: skeletal muscles account for 50% of
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Chapter Notes -Protein Kinase C, Cellular Respiration, Cardiac Muscle

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30 May 2012
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Based on the lecture and text material, you should be able to do the following: muscle. Tni inhibitory subunit that binds to actin during relaxed state
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Study Guide - Membrane Transport Protein, Caffeine, Axon Hillock

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28 May 2012
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Based on lecture and text material, you should be able to do the following: Control systems; general give a concise account of homeostasis define and e
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Study Guide - Ribose, Basal Body, Formaldehyde

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28 May 2012
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Based on lecture and text material, you should be able to do the following: 1: common characteristics of cells (pp 65-67, cell theory. The cell is the
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UBCBIOL 153Robert HarrisSummer

BIOL 153 Lecture Notes - Ribose, Pigment, Membrane Protein

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27 May 2012
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The pupil is actually a lack of tissue. Iris (the colourful part of eye) : variable in size, regulates light by contracting and becoming bigger. Eyelas
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UBCANTH 100AJohn BarkerWinter

Anth 100 Lectures 1 to 4 Key Terms.docx

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23 Apr 2012
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The study of humans through time and space. Culture is divided into segments (religion, food, language) Layers of culture, that expand into larger glob
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UBCANTH 100AJohn BarkerWinter

ANTH 100 Economics as a Cultural System.docx

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23 Apr 2012
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According to the slow food movement, agriculture is about relationships (between humans and between humans and the environment) industrial agriculture
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