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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Electrooculography, Ideomotor Phenomenon, Hand Game

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Do not have methods to study it yet. Poorly defined third position is that consciousness is produced by activity of brain and that we should be optimis
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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Saccade, Blauw-Wit Amsterdam, Stimulus Modality

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One rock group accused of encouraging suicide by including command do it recorded backward. Begg, needham, bookbinder examined this by playing backward
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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Adobe After Effects, Davidoff, Linguistic Relativity

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Primary function of senses is to guide behaviour. First level located in occipital lobe, surrounds primary visual cortex. Second level divided into 2 p
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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Soltyrei, Temporal Lobe, Mnemonic

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Memory cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information. Encoding process by which sensory information is converted into a form that c
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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - American Psychologist, Experimental Physiology, Paul Broca

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UTMPSY325H5FWinter

Chapter2-TextbookNotes.doc

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UTSGEEB386H1SWinter

EEB386H1 Lecture Notes - Homo Sapiens, Reciprocal Altruism, Twin Study

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Biological evolution changes that take place in genetic and physical chracteristics of a population or group of organisms over time. Adaptive significa
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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lake Tanganyika, Null Hypothesis, Disruptive Selection

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Darwin went on a 5-year-long voyage and made a lot of observations. England, in 1836, he tried to understand and analyze these observations. He develop
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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Bay Checkerspot Butterfly, Metapopulation, Homo Sapiens

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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lightdark, Phloem, Circadian Rhythm

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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Supercontinent, Lycopodiopsida, Invertebrate

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Chapter 21: the history of life on earth. The oldest layers, or strata, lie at the bottom, and successively higher strata are progressively younger: ob
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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Evolutionary Radiation, Hybrid Zone, Sympatric Speciation

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We can recognize and identify many species by their appearance. Linnaeus described hundreds of species on the basis of their appearance morphological s
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UTSCBIOB10H3AWinter

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Homologous Chromosome, Sexual Reproduction, Frequency-Dependent Selection

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Individuals do no evolve; populations do: a population is a group of individuals of a single species that live and interbreed in a particular geographi
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Oxidation State, Hydrogen Iodide, Scurvy

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A molecular compound is made up of discrete units called molecules, which typically consist of a small number of non-metal atoms held together by coval
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Pneumatic Trough, Kinetic Energy, Compressibility Factor

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Properties of gases: gas pressure: gases expand to fill their container and assume the shape of their containers, they diffuse into one another and mix
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Decimal Mark, Significant Figures, Osmium

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Matter is made up of very tiny units called atoms, of which we know about 114 types. Each type of atom is the building block of a different chemical el
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UTSGHMB204H1jFall

HMB204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Root Mean Square, Volumetric Flask, Cyclohexene

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A chemical reaction is a process in which one set of substances (reactants) is converted to a new set of substances (products). The main evidences that
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Calorie, Thermal Energy, Isolated System

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System: part of the universe chosen for study. It can be as large as all the oceans on. Earth or as small as the contents of a beaker. Surroundings: pa
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Molar Mass, Chlorine, Avogadro Constant

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In 1774, antoine lavoisier (1774-1794) performed an experiment in which he heated a sealed glass vessel containing a sample of tin and some air. He fou
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lead, Sodium Chloride, Formaldehyde

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Unlike metallic conductors in which electrons carry the electric charge, the electricity conducted in aqueous solutions is carried by the ions. When a
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UTSGHMB204H1jFall

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Transition State Theory, Arrhenius Equation, Reaction Mechanism

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The rate of a reaction describes how fast the concentration of a reactant or product changes with time. Rate of formation = [c]/ t: rate of disappearan
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Rice Chart, Equivalence Point, Protein Structure

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Legend: water has no buffer capacity-that is, its ph changes sharply when even small quantities of. 17. 1-common-ion effect in acid-base equilibria: wh
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

Chapter_57_-_Conservation_Biology.doc

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Conservation biology an applied scientific discipline devoted to preserving the diversity of life on earth. Modern conservation biology is supported by
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

Chapter_56_-_Ecosystems_and_Global_Ecology.doc

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Chapter 56 ecosystems and global ecology (only 56. 2, 56. 4 and 56. 5!!!) All energy utilized by organisms come from the sun. Fossil fuels is based on
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Sustainable Yield, Polyploid, Introduced Species

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Population densities can be estimated from samples: estimating population densities is easiest for sedentary organisms, counting mobile organisms is mu
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Pronghorn, Primary Succession, Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis

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HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Human Overpopulation, Primary Producers, Ecosystem Services

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UTSGHMB204H1jFall

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Freerunning, Inclusive Fitness, Natural Selection

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What questions do biologists ask about behaviour: ethology: the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective. For many animals, much of t
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UTSCBIOC40H3dFall

BIOC40H3 Lecture Notes - Cites, Habitat Destruction, Conservation Biology

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57. 1 what is conservation biology: devoted to preserving the diversity of life on earth, draws heavily on concepts and knowledge from population genet
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UTSGHMB204H1jFall

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Mollusca, Supercontinent, Flowering Plant

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Chapter 21- the history of life on earth. For 14c, production in the upper atmosphere is about equal to its natural decay. The waste product is o2: one
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Trophic Cascade, Secondary Succession, Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis

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55. 1 what are ecological communities: the species that live and interact in an area constitute an ecological community. Communities are loose assembla
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UTSGHMB200H1dWinter

HMB200H1 Lecture Notes - Evolutionary Radiation, Hybrid Zone, Sympatric Speciation

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We can recognize and identify many species by their appearance. Linnaeus described hundreds of species on the basis of their appearance morphological s
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UTSCBIOB52H3dWinter

BIOB52H3 Lecture Notes - Insular Biogeography, Carl Linnaeus, Species Pool

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Chapter 52: ecology and the distribution of life. Ecology: scientific study of the rich and varied interactions between organisms and their environment
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UTSCBIOB98H3dWinter

BIOB98H3 Lecture Notes - Scattered Trees, Species Pool, Carl Linnaeus

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Ch 52: ecology and the distribution of life. Air rises when it is heated diff in air temp largely determined by solar energy input rate at which solar
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UTSGHMB204H1jWinter

HMB204H1 Lecture Notes - Net Reproduction Rate, Introduced Species, Metapopulation

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UTSCBIOB99H3dWinter

BIOB99H3 Lecture Notes - Lake Tanganyika, Null Hypothesis, Tetrodotoxin

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Darwin went on a 5-year-long voyage and made a lot of observations. England, in 1836, he tried to understand and analyze these observations. He develop
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UTSCBIOC13H3dWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Mesozoic, Herbaceous Plant, Pteridospermatophyta

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Chapter 21: the history of life on earth. The oldest layers, or strata, lie at the bottom, and successively higher strata are progressively younger: ob
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UTSCBIOC12H3dWinter

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Frequency-Dependent Selection, Sexual Reproduction, Zygosity

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Individuals do no evolve; populations do: a population is a group of individuals of a single species that live and interbreed in a particular geographi
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UTSCBIOC16H3dFall

BIOC16H3 Lecture Notes - Solar Compass, Waggle Dance, Circadian Clock

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UTSGHMB203H1dWinter

HMB203H1 Lecture Notes - Elementary Reaction, Reaction Intermediate, Activated Complex

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The rate of a reaction describes how fast the concentration of a reactant or product changes with time. Rate of formation = [c]/ t: rate of disappearan
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