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UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

BIO220H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mexican Wolf, Florida Panther, Genetic Load

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Guide rescue guidelines with example from mexican wolves and florida panthers. Population or species with low fitness (high genetic load): genetic resc
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UTSGSLA100H1Veronika AmbrosWinter

lecture 5 Bio220 lab 2.pdf

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UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

Lab note bio220

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30 Jan 2013
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UTSGHMB202H1Jane MitchellWinter

HMB202H1 Chapter Notes -Acne Vulgaris, Nephron, Radiography

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30 Jan 2013
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Epidemiology: staphylococcus epidermidis: on human skin, bacteria can be transferred from skin, staphylococcus causes medical problems depending on the
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UTSGSLA100H1Veronika AmbrosWinter

SLA100H1 Chapter Notes -Swatch Internet Time

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30 Jan 2013
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UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

bio220 notemkml

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30 Jan 2013
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UTSGBIO220H1John ColemanWinter

BIO220H1 Chapter Notes -Life History Theory, Quantitative Genetics, Seed

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23 Jan 2013
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Rapid evolution of flowering time by an animal plant in response to a climate fluctuation. Droughts and climate change has affected species through pre
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Standard Error, Standard Deviation, Scientific Notation

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22 Jan 2013
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What is a figure: figures includes graphs, photos and tables; tables are not figures, most of the data will be presented in tables or figures. Construc
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UTSGHMB202H1Jane MitchellWinter

Definitions for HMB202.pdf

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22 Jan 2013
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Periplaneta, Cockroach, Repeated Measures Design

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22 Jan 2013
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Electrophysiological recording of conduction velocity and sensory: the results section is important, it is often where a researcher starts reading, use
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UTSGSLA100H1Veronika AmbrosWinter

SLA100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theurgy, Judah Loew Ben Bezalel, Maisel Synagogue

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22 Jan 2013
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Periplaneta, Cockroach, Repeated Measures Design

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22 Jan 2013
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Electrophysiological recording of conduction velocity and sensory: the results section is important, it is often where a researcher starts reading, use
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UTSGSLA100H1Veronika AmbrosWinter

SLA100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theurgy, Maisel Synagogue, Judah Loew Ben Bezalel

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22 Jan 2013
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UTSGSLA100H1Veronika AmbrosWinter

SLA100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Talmud, Wilhelm Grimm, Jacob Grimm

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16 Jan 2013
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Praha: town: we don"t know where the term came from. End of the 19th century established in switzerland. Goethe: man makes deal with the devil in excha
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Retinal Pigment Epithelium, Stereocilia, Chemokine

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3 Dec 2012
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Interfollicular epidermis is multilayered epithelium composed of keratinocytes. There are basal cells are several layers of prickle cells. Granular lay
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

Lecture 4 and 5 Readings.docx

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3 Dec 2012
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An animal/ plant starts it life as a fertilized egg. Cell divides repeatedly to produce many different cells. Cells differ b/c they have different spec
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Acetylcholine, Codocyte, Skeletal Muscle

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3 Dec 2012
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Cell to cell communication is more complex then sending a signal out and having a response. Some operate over long distances and require other signalin
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chemotaxis, Cell Membrane, Autophosphorylation

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3 Dec 2012
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Enzyme coupled receptors are transmembrane proteins with ligand- binding domain. Many extracellular signals can be determined by receptor tyrosine kina
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Retinoid, Resting Potential, Response Element

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3 Dec 2012
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Nitric oxide gas signals by directly regulating the activity of specific proteins. Extracellular signal molecules and bind on the surface of the target
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: G1 Phase, Caspase, Mitochondrion

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3 Dec 2012
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The only way to make a new cell is to duplicate. Cell cycle: essential mechanism to determine how a cell grows. Cell cycle control system is important
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel, Guanylyl Cyclase, Nitric Oxide

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22 Nov 2012
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Nitric oxide gas signals by directly regulating the activity of specific proteins. Extracellular signal molecules and bind on the surface of the target
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Paracrine Signalling, Codocyte, Autocrine Signalling

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22 Nov 2012
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Cell to cell communication is more complex then sending a signal out and having a response. Some operate over long distances and require other signalin
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ras Superfamily, Small Gtpase, Gtpase

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22 Nov 2012
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Enzyme coupled receptors are transmembrane proteins with ligand- binding domain. Many extracellular signals can be determined by receptor tyrosine kina
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UTSGGGR206H1Jennifer HarrisFall

GGR206H1 Lecture Notes - Vadose Zone, Greenhouse Gas, Shortwave Radiation

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10 Nov 2012
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Physical hydrology: movement and physical properties of water on and below the earth"s surface (without ocean currents) Water table: water from the gro
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UTSGGGR206H1Jennifer HarrisFall

GGR206H1 Lecture Notes - Transpiration, Evaporation, Soil

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10 Nov 2012
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UTSGGGR206H1Jennifer HarrisFall

GGR206H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Water Cycle, Vadose Zone, Water Vapor

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10 Nov 2012
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Physical hydrology: is the study of physical, movement and occurrence of water on and below the surface. This chapter deals with issues of climate hydr
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Microscopy, Fluorescein, Green Fluorescent Protein

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10 Nov 2012
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Microscopy: techniques used to view live cells continues to be an invaluable tool provides images/insights into the mechanisms (ex. Biochemical process
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

BIO270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Phosphatidylinositol, Cgmp-Dependent Protein Kinase, Adenylyl Cyclase

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10 Nov 2012
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Signal transduction pathways: convert the change in receptor shape to an intracellular response, 4 components. Conformation change of the receptor whic
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

BIO270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endocrine Gland, Paracrine Signalling, Cell Surface Receptor

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10 Nov 2012
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Cell signaling: communication between cells, produce messenger -> releases messenger -> activates response. Types of cell signaling: direct signaling:
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

BIO270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Integral Membrane Protein, Peripheral Membrane Protein, Active Transport

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10 Nov 2012
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Cellular membrane: selectively permeable membrane with 2 primary functions, 1. Temperature and membrane fluidity: environmental conditions, high temper
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

BIO270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thermal Energy, Osmotic Pressure, Ionic Bonding

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10 Nov 2012
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Physiological processes are based on cellular function. Cellular function obey laws of physics and chemistry. 1st law: law of conservation of energy: e
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

BIO270H1 Study Guide - Herman Boerhaave, Galen, Andreas Vesalius

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10 Nov 2012
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Hippocrates (father of medicine): treatment of diseases. Claudius galenus had experiments to find out about bodily functions: he had experiments that i
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UTSGHMB265H1Stephen WrightFall

Bio270 Lecture 4.pdf

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8 Oct 2012
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UTSGHMB265H1Stephen WrightFall

HMB265 Lecture 8.pdf

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8 Oct 2012
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

Bio270

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30 Sep 2012
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UTSGBIO270H1Chris GarsideFall

bio230 Lecture 7 Notes.pdf

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30 Sep 2012
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

Bio230 Lecture 3 p.pdf

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30 Sep 2012
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UTSGHMB265H1Stephen WrightFall

HMB Lecture 4 textbook.pdf

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24 Sep 2012
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UTSGHMB265H1Stephen WrightFall

HMB Lecture 3 textbook.pdf

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24 Sep 2012
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UTSGBIO230H1Jennifer HarrisFall

Bio230 notes.pdf

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23 Sep 2012
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