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UTSGHMB302H1Ron WilsonFall

HMB302H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 86 pages long!)

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4 Dec 2017
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Lectures: wednesday from 10 a. m. to 12 noon in the medical auditorium (medsci). Laboratories: wednesdays from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. in rw 203, 205 and 21
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UTSGHMB302H1Ron WilsonFall

HMB302H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 86 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Lectures: wednesday from 10 a. m. to 12 noon in the medical auditorium (medsci). Laboratories: wednesdays from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. in rw 203, 205 and 21
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UTSGHMB202H1Ron WilsonSpring

HMB202H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Etiology means the cause or the nature of the environmental perturbation that leads to disease. We don"t know where along this timeline this irreversib
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UTSGHMB302H1Ron WilsonFall

HMB302H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Simple Columnar Epithelium, Lymphadenopathy, Lymphatic Vessel

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16 Aug 2017
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A group of similar cells performing a similar function (basic definition for tissue) Understand that the epithelial tissue is a classification only. Pa
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UTSGHMB202H1Ron WilsonSpring

HMB202H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lymphadenopathy, Portal Vein, Peripheral Membrane Protein

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27 Jul 2017
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Etiology means the cause or the nature of the environmental perturbation that leads to disease. We don"t know where along this timeline this irreversib
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 21: The Mammalia: Lectures 21 and 22

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29 May 2017
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Much better at hearing with 3 inner ear bones function to transmit sound waves b/c sound is transmitted much more effectively in a solid than in a liqu
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 5: The Selachii (cartilaginous fish )

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29 May 2017
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Eeb267 page 2 ligament hyomadibula helps to push the upper jaw forward. The lower jaw is filled with teeth that act as spikes. The upper jaw is filled
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 20: The Sotry of Birds: Flight

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29 May 2017
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 10: The Sarcopterygii Move Onto Land: Lectures 10 and 11

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29 May 2017
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Ray-finned fishes like sturgeon can come to the surface and gulp air to fill their gas bladder. There is an evolutionary trend for gas bladder to lose
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 23: The Story of Us

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29 May 2017
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 4: The Gnathostomata (Jaw Mouths)

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29 May 2017
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 14: Osmoregulation: Balancing Water and Salts Between the Inside (Organisms) and Outside (Environment): Lectures 14 and 15

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29 May 2017
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Too much would make our nerves and muscles stop functioning. Eeb267 page 3 these glands take the salt out of the blood. Pressure of water, as a gas, in
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 16: Elongation Creates a Problem: The Head Is Now Small Relative to the Size of the Body: Lectures 16 and 17

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29 May 2017
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Reducing the size of the head means that the size of the jaw opening is reduced. Eeb267 page 2 very elastic quadrate articulates with the skull and low
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 8: The Diversification of reproductive modes in the ray-finned fishes: Lectures 8 and 9

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29 May 2017
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Tend to find leks in species where the individuals are dispersed over a wide area. Eeb267 page 3 males and females tend to be hugely sexual dimorphic p
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 12: The Amniota (Membranes Rule): Lectures 11 and 12

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29 May 2017
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Eeb267 page 1 (hard and rigid e. g. in shells, horny claws) (soft and flexible e. g. in hair) The fluid-filled amniotic sac buffers the embryo from sho
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 18: The Archosauria (Ruline Lizards): Lectures 18 and 19

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29 May 2017
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Eeb267 page 1 opening to allow an air sac to come up out of the nose = pneumatic skull (light) closes over in extant crocodiles during development. Eeb
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 6: Osteichthyes (bony fish): Lectures 6 and 7

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29 May 2017
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Eeb267 page 1 (type 1 collagen) (that"s why it"s heavy) (that"s why it"s not flexible) cartilage is extremely difficult to repair if it gets damaged. E
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 2: Chordates

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29 May 2017
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Eeb267 page 2 (ancestral) endoderm budding outward meets the ectoderm budding inward. Eeb267 page 3 (aka dorsal neural tube) fluid-filled cavity. Most
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 3: The Basal Craniata (aka Vertebrata)

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29 May 2017
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanSpring

EEB267H1 Lecture 1: Phylogenetic Trees

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29 May 2017
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UTSGCLA201H1J.S.TraillSpring

CLA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Toga, Larvacea, Cyclostomata

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29 May 2017
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As this is an introductory course, the main objective is to get you functionally literate in the vocabulary of a field biologist, or naturalist. This w
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UTSGCLA201H1J.S.TraillSpring

CLA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nostril, South American Lungfish, Mole Salamander

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29 May 2017
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Goal: to determine how the three groups of lungfishes are related to one another. There are 3 genera of lungfish alive today: neoceratodus [1 species:
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UTSGCLA201H1J.S.TraillSpring

CLA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Zool, Leading Edge, Skull

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29 May 2017
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The extant archosaurs are characterised by the antorbital fenestrae, an opening in front of the eye socket on each side of the snout (has been lost in
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UTSGCLA201H1J.S.TraillSpring

CLA201H1 Final: CLA201 complete lecture and textbook summary study notes

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29 May 2017
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A combining vowel is used b/w two roots of a compound word in order to join them. The vowels commonly used are o and i. Assimilation: when certain pref
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UTSGHMB302H1Ron WilsonFall

HMB302H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Adherens Junction, Dorsal Root Of Spinal Nerve, Immunocytochemistry

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22 May 2017
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Lectures: wednesday from 10 a. m. to 12 noon in the medical auditorium (medsci). Laboratories: wednesdays from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. in rw 203, 205 and 21
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lanolin, Spectrogram, Allophone

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28 Apr 2017
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Vowels of the world"s languages: cardinal vowels. Main articulatory properties distinguishing vowels: height and backness (place). Cardinal vowels: i,
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lakota Language, Palato-Alveolar Consonant, Ingressive Sound

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28 Apr 2017
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The entire glottis is closed and no air can pass through [ ]. English, although it occurs in some exclamations and occurs allophonically in some dialec
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Spectrogram, Fundamental Frequency, Lexical Item

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28 Apr 2017
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Syllables are linguistic units found in all languages. Syllables are linguistically real in that many phonological rules must make reference to the syl
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Voiced Uvular Fricative, Bilabial Trill, Labialization

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28 Apr 2017
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Quiz 2: transcription of 5 nonsense words with non-english ipa sounds and articulation of 4 nonsense words. Consonants of the world"s languages: place
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Velar Nasal, Front Vowel, Spectrogram

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14 Nov 2012
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This handout discusses only some basic information used in reading spectrograms. Additional example spectrograms illustrating english sounds can be fou
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Speech Recognition, Sine Wave, Sound

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14 Nov 2012
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The way we have described speech sounds so far was in terms of how they are produced by manipulating the vocal apparatus and how they can be transcribe
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - African American Vernacular English, Rhoticity In English, New Zealand English

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14 Nov 2012
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Diphthong, Monophthong, General American

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14 Nov 2012
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Vowels are described in terms of height, backness, and rounding. Backness: front, central, or back rounding: rounded or unrounded (all of the non-low b
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Voiceless Alveolar Fricative, Bilabial Nasal, Dental And Alveolar Flaps

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14 Nov 2012
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English consonant phonemes manner stops tap fricatives affricates vls. vcd vcd vls vcd vls vcd nasal liquids glides bi labial. /w/* labio dental dental
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UTSGLIN228H1A.KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, Auditory Phonetics

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14 Nov 2012
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Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that studies the sounds of speech. Primary vocal organs: lungs (source of moving air, trachea (connection betwee
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