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UTSCANTB19H3Donna YoungFall

ANTB19H3 Lecture Notes - Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas, Social Evolution

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11 Sep 2013
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After an uncontaminated person who was never introduced to english preserve and salvage primitive and dying civilizations that were about to disappear.
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UTSCHLTD04H3Suzanne SicchiaFall

HLTD04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Systematic Review, Meta-Analysis, Content Analysis

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25 Sep 2012
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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Theodor Boveri, Mendelian Inheritance, Gamete

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3 Jul 2012
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Gregory mendel: munk who obsessed with pea plants, and listed various traits that he followed, then assigned traits. How many plants of a given charact
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Power and Agency - Class 10

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22 Mar 2012
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Racism looked different in the past than it does not, but same phenomenon exists. Racism is multiple and looks different in different contexts. Race an
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UTSCHLTC23H3R SongFall

Lecture 8: Nutrition, Growth and Long-Term Consequences II

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12 Mar 2012
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Behavioural/intellectual consequences: reduced activity, disengaged no energy to interact with peers behaviours of family members lead to smothering th
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Lecture 7: Crystallization

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2 Mar 2012
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Women"s fat bodies crystallize cultural logics in terms of a caste society, herding, trade, cultural values (gender complementarity, endogamy), etc. Be
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Lecture 5: Blood and Belonging II: Relatives and Relations

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13 Feb 2012
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 5: Social Factors, Health and Illness

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13 Feb 2012
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Social factors and health: social class: arranging people into hierarchies based on economic status (laborers vs.  aggreagation of labor, level of edu
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTA10 Lecture 2 & Tutorial 1 Discussion Questions -- A Multidisciplinary Approach

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30 Jan 2012
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02 Lecture 3

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30 Jan 2012
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

The Wrongfulness of Euthanasia - Williams

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4 Dec 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

IVF and Women - Mary Anne Warren

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4 Dec 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

IVF: The Simple Case - Peter Singer

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3 Dec 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

Abortion through a Feminist Ethics Lens - Sherwin

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3 Dec 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion - Mary Anne Warren

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29 Nov 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

Rationing - Last Lecture

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29 Nov 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

Thomson's Argument: A Defense of Abortion

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28 Nov 2011
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

PHLB09H3 Lecture Notes - Advanced Vector Extensions, Points Of The Compass

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22 Nov 2011
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

Lecture 11: Ethics and Research Methods

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17 Nov 2011
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HIV/Influenza (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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Aids afflicts 15m people worldwide and occurs in developed and less developed countries. In an infected population, an individual will have 10-50m hiv
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Malaria (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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Malaria: etiology (3), transmission (2), treatment, epidemiology and immunity. Natural resistance to malaria include people who have sickle cell anemia
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Measles (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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Direct contact from nose and throat. Indirect contact through freshly soiled articles and airborne transmission. Incubation period 7 to 14 days. Period
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Plagues without Germs (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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Belief that the disease was specific to the poor. Evidence established that the disease was due to niacin-deficiency caused by poor food habits and lac
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Smallpox (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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Smallpox: historical context, science contributions, impact on populations, related etiology, epidemiology, transmission, contributors of knowledge (2)
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Malaria (Chart-form with labels as indicated in the review)

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29 Apr 2011
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes -Vibrio, Microorganism, Cholera Toxin

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29 Apr 2011
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I ndirect transmission: oral-fecal route -- by eating vibrio-contaminated food and bathing in (an swallowing) contaminated water. Cholera: historical c
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 16 - Religion and Society

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24 Apr 2011
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They gain a glimpse of eternity as they immerse themselves in institutions that will outlast them and athletic feats that people will remember for gene
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

MSL Reading # 44 - The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

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23 Apr 2011
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

MSL Reading #35 -- The Power Elite

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23 Apr 2011
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 according to mills" argument, these elite officials all know each other and act in unison when critical decisions must be made. The power elite is co
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

MSL Reading # 24 -- Who Rules America?

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23 Apr 2011
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 sociologists utilize various indicators to measure social class.  sociologists employ subjective indicators of social class, such as attitudes, valu
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 18: Treatments for Psychological Disorders -- lecture notes

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19 Apr 2011
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 biological focus in approaching a psychological disorder (ex: chemical imbalance)  medical approach: implanting electrodes also helps with psycholog
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 55: Community Ecology -- KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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15 Apr 2011
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Food chains are usually interconnected to make a food web.  predation or parasitism: interactions in which one participant is harmed, but the other be
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 54: Population Ecology -- KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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15 Apr 2011
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Life history: describes how organisms allocate their time and energy among the various activities that occupy its life. Ecologists study life histories
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 53: Behaviour and Behavioual Ecology -- KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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15 Apr 2011
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53. 1-what questions do biologists ask about behaviour? ethology: the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective.  most behaviours res
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 52: Ecology and the Distribution of Life --KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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15 Apr 2011
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Key terms chapter 52: ecology and the distribution of life. Ecology is the scientific study of the rich and varied interactions between organisms and t
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 23: Species and their Formation--KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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14 Apr 2011
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Key terms chapter 23: species and their formation.  species used to be classified based on appearance (morphological species concept)  speciation is
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 22: Mechanisms of Evolution--KEY TERMS & DEFINITIONS

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14 Apr 2011
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 according to darwin, the major features of evolutionary change are: species are not im mutable, they change over time, the process that produces thes
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 14: Personality (from Locus of Control to end)

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12 Apr 2011
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 refers to whether one believes that that the consequences of one"s actions are controlled by internal (control of fate), person variables or by exter
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 57: Conservation Ecology (Lecture Notes)

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9 Apr 2011
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What is conservation biology: conservation biologyan applied science, devoted to preserving the diversity of life.  way to estimate species: species-
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 56: Ecosystems and Global Ecology

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8 Apr 2011
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 earth is a closed system with respect to matter.  earth is an open system with respect to energy.  energy is primarily from the sun; continual. Int
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