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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Conspicuous Consumption, Individualism, Caveat Emptor

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9 Feb 2013
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They regard the natural world as a bountiful preserve available to serve human needs. In this view, nature is something to be used; it is free and inex
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Norwegian Americans, Adolf Hitler, Miami People

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9 Feb 2013
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Biological and social meaning of race: the idea of biological race is based on the mistaken notion of a genetically isolated human group. Applying pure
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Jim Crow Laws, White Supremacy, Reconstruction Acts

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9 Feb 2013
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Reconstruction: from 1867 to 1877, during the period called reconstruction, black-white relations were unlike anything they had ever been. The reconstr
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - American Indian Religious Freedom Act, American Indian Movement, Captive Nations

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9 Feb 2013
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Collective action: pan-indianism refers to intertribal social movements in which several tribes, joined by political goals but not by kinship, unite in
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Population Pyramid, Gerontocracy

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9 Feb 2013
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The point in history when people are born also influences what people experience as they go through life. The term cohort refers to a category of peopl
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Census Tract, White Ethnic, Hutu

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9 Feb 2013
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The consequences of subordinate-group status: there are several consequences for a group of subordinate status. These differ in their degree of harshne
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Methylphenidate, Diazepam

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9 Feb 2013
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Theoretical approaches to drugs: the structural-functionalist perspective examines the role drugs play in the maintenance of order and stability in a s
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Peyote, Chemical Substance, Aspirin

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9 Feb 2013
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A drug is any chemical substance other than food or water that affects the mind or body: how people view a particular drug varies from society to socie
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Moral Evil, Emancipation Proclamation

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9 Feb 2013
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The united states, with more than 34 million blacks, has the eighth-largest black population in the world; only brazil, congo, ethiopia, nigeria, south
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Demographic Transition, Population Connection

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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Uniform Crime Reports, Major Crimes, Formal System

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9 Feb 2013
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Deviance refers to behavior or characteristics that violate significant social norms and expectations and are negatively valued by large numbers of peo
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Axon Terminal, Intermediate Filament, Cell Membrane

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25 Nov 2012
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Readings: the cytoskeleton (pages 35 38, 40 41) Different child brain (part 1: http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=_hkzhl7ke20. Helps determine the shape
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Peripheral Nervous System, Spinal Nerve

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25 Nov 2012
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Pineal Gland, Spinal Nerve, Andreas Vesalius

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25 Nov 2012
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Readings: chapter 7: pages 168 170; chapter 1: pages 1 - 18. Ancient greeks: the organ of sensation but debate on if it is the seat of intelligence. Ho
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Midbrain Tegmentum, Inferior Colliculus, Superior Colliculus

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25 Nov 2012
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Readings: development of the nervous system (pages 187 to 192); differentiation of the. Midbrain; differentiation of the hindbrain; differentiation of
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Lipid Bilayer, Extracellular Fluid

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25 Nov 2012
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The cast of chemicals: at rest, the cytosol along the inside surface of the membrane has a negative electrical charge compared to the outside. Referred
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Radial Glial Cell, Ventricular Zone, Neuroblast

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25 Nov 2012
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First step in wiring the nervous system together is the generation of neurons. Later in development, horizontal cleavage is the rule. Cell migration: m
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - In Situ Hybridization, Acetylcholine Receptor, Neurotransmitter Receptor

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25 Nov 2012
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Axon Hillock, Golgi'S Method, Axon Terminal

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25 Nov 2012
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Neurons and glia are cells in the nervous system and are broad categories, within which are many types of cells that differ based on their structure, c
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Neuromuscular Junction, Gap Junction, Axon Terminal

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25 Nov 2012
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Imagine you stepped on a thumbtack and how it can be converted into a neural signal: First, specialized ion channels of the sensory nerve endings allow
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Axon Hillock, Golgi'S Method, Axon Terminal

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25 Nov 2012
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Neurons and glia are cells in the nervous system and are broad categories, within which are many types of cells that differ based on their structure, c
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Neuromuscular Junction, Synaptic Vesicle, Gap Junction

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25 Nov 2012
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Imagine you stepped on a thumbtack and how it can be converted into a neural signal: First, specialized ion channels of the sensory nerve endings allow
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Extracellular Fluid, Ion Transporter

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25 Nov 2012
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The neuron solves the problem of conducting information over a distance by using electrical signals that sweep along the axon. Axons act like telephone
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Extracellular Fluid, Ion Transporter

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25 Nov 2012
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The neuron solves the problem of conducting information over a distance by using electrical signals that sweep along the axon. Axons act like telephone
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Exosphere, Membrane Potential

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25 Nov 2012
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The frequency and pattern of action potentials constitute the code used by neurons to transfer information from one location to another. The ups and do
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Dura Mater, Pia Mater

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25 Nov 2012
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Chapter 7: the structure of the nervous system. Ns of all mammals has two division: the cns and the pns. Anatomical references: read page 169 and 170.
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Exosphere, Drawing Pin

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25 Nov 2012
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The frequency and pattern of action potentials constitute the code used by neurons to transfer information from one location to another. The ups and do
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Dura Mater, Pia Mater

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25 Nov 2012
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Chapter 7: the structure of the nervous system. Ns of all mammals has two division: the cns and the pns. Anatomical references: read page 169 and 170.
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Luigi Galvani, Paul Broca, Grey Matter

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25 Nov 2012
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Views of the brain in ancient greece: hippocrates (460 379 b. c. He proposed that the brain mechanisms for a human are similar to that of a beast only
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UTSGHMB430H1Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

HMB430H1 Lecture Notes - Luigi Galvani, Paul Broca, Grey Matter

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25 Nov 2012
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Views of the brain in ancient greece: hippocrates (460 379 b. c. He proposed that the brain mechanisms for a human are similar to that of a beast only
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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Endangered Species, Conservation Biology, Species Richness

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Primary Production, Human Overpopulation, Ecosystem Services

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Species Richness, Ecosystem Services, Ecological Relationship

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Chthamalus Stellatus, Trophic Level, Interspecific Competition

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26 Jun 2012
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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Sirius Passet, Radionuclide

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Study Guide - Detritivore, Species Richness, Directional Selection

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Study Guide - Primary Production, Primary Producers, Ecosystem Services

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26 Jun 2012
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AFSA02 Study Guide - Circadian Rhythm, Circadian Clock, Opportunity Cost

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26 Jun 2012
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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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AFSA02 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Genetic Drift

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26 Jun 2012
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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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UTMBIO205H5Ebba KurtFall

BIO205H5 Lecture Notes - Exponential Growth, Logistic Function, Introduced Species

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26 Jun 2012
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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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