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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Archenteron, Intermediate Mesoderm, Hindbrain

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22 Oct 2013
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Noggin, chordin, and follistatin are all secreted by the organizer, and that each of them prevents bmp from binding to and inducing the ectoderm and me
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Microtubule, Paracrine Signalling, Nieuwkoop

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22 Oct 2013
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Chapter 8 early development in vertebrates: amphibians and fish. Despite vast differences in their adult morphology, the early development of each of t
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lactoferrin, Polysaccharide, Glycosaminoglycan

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22 Oct 2013
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: The Molecules, Chondrocyte, Stat1

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22 Oct 2013
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Different cell types form organized structures must be ordered to take different shapes and make different connections -> morphogenesis. 1850a, robert
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Polarity In Embryogenesis, Blastocoel, Lithium Chloride

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22 Oct 2013
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Chapter 7 sea urchins and tunicates: deuterostome invertebrates. This type of cleavage occurs in eggs with sparse yolk, and that holoblastic cleavage f
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Blastocoel, Pronucleus, Primordium

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22 Oct 2013
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Fertilization activates protein synthesis, dna synthesis, and the cell cycle. The activation of mitosis-promoting factor is one of the most important e
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Infor, Prosopagnosia, Cytosol

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6 Apr 2013
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Movement Disorder, Nucleus Accumbens, Thalamus

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6 Apr 2013
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Sa -> 10-12 questions and choose 5 format similar to midterm typo: decrease ca conc. Conductance for ampa and nmda; depends on the subunits. Ampa recep
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Anterograde Amnesia, Cerebral Cortex

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4 Apr 2013
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Associative ltp: storage of new information -> establishing new synapses; Key components: need 2 stimuli, 2 axons or more; principle of cooperativity.
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Schaffer Collateral, Synaptogenesis, Classical Conditioning

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4 Apr 2013
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In this experiment demonstrating associative ltp, you need two nerves/axons simultaneous activation of axons. One of the electrode in this area, it"s p
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Aplysia Gill And Siphon Withdrawal Reflex, Supplementary Motor Area, Primary Motor Cortex

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22 Mar 2013
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Explicit memory information that you can recall. Implicit memory can"t really tell another person using in a narrative form but you can show through se
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Patch Clamp, 5-Ht3 Receptor, Ketamine

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22 Mar 2013
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Recap: rapid anti-depressant treatment including ketamine and dbs. This slide shows excitatory post syn currents on the post syn pyramidal neuron in re
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Default Mode Network, Eef2, Prefrontal Cortex

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22 Mar 2013
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Recap: ketamine has been found to induce very fast anti-dep effects: associated with rapid synaptic genesis, particularly in prefrontal cortex, mediate
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Raphe Nuclei, 5-Ht1A Receptor, Autoreceptor

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22 Mar 2013
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Suppose you"re a member of a clinical team composed of psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers. And a patient is suffering from major depressi
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sciatic Nerve, Glial Scar, Schwann Cell

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22 Mar 2013
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What can you do to help a patient with nerve injury: stem cells has shown promise in clinical trials. Sc is a type of glial cell in the pns; astrocytes
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Wallerian Degeneration, Spinal Cord Injury, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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22 Mar 2013
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Complete recovery has not be seen in severe injury to the cns there are some that show promises. Depends on intrinsic and extrinsic factor and substanc
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Chapter Notes -National College Of Art And Design, Reassortment, Bone Morphogenetic Protein

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6 Mar 2013
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Fn-containing ecm appears to provide both a substrate for adhesion as well as cues for the direction of cell migration. In xenopus, fn is similarly sec
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Squid Giant Synapse, Stellate Ganglion, Synaptic Vesicle

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26 Feb 2013
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Release of neurotransmitter stimulus: depolarization of the nerve terminal. Release occurs as a result of ca entry into the terminal through voltage-ac
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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Chapter Notes -Hemidesmosome, Atp Hydrolysis, Facilitated Diffusion

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2 Feb 2013
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Cadherins mediate ca-dependent cell-cell adhesion in all animals. Cadherins are present in all multicellular animals whose genomes have been analyzed.
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tetraodontidae, Tetrodotoxin, Invertebrate

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27 Jan 2013
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The protein spans the membrane, with a central water-filled pore open to both the intracellular and extracellular spaces. On each side of the membrane,
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UTSGSTA220H1Augustin VukovFall

STA220H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pie Chart, Bar Chart, Contingency Table

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25 Nov 2012
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UTSGHMB265H1Belinda ChangFall

HMB265H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Quantitative Trait Locus, Genetic Linkage, Association Mapping

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25 Nov 2012
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19. 5 mapping qtl in populations with known pedigrees. The genes that control variation in quantitative (or complex traits) are known as qualitative tr
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UTSGFSL221Y1SacreFall

FSL221Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Le Rire, La Nature, Nappe

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25 Nov 2012
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UTSGCSB351Y1Mounir Abou HaidarFall

CSB351Y1 Study Guide - Rna Virus, Reverse Transcriptase, Plant Virus

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18 Nov 2012
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The 35s rna is particularly complex, containing highly structured 600 nt long leader sequence with 6-8 short orf (encode proteins 2-35 aa in length) Th
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UTSGCSB351Y1Mounir Abou HaidarFall

TERM TEST 1 NOTES

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18 Nov 2012
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Lecture 2 & 3 composition of viruses. In general, viruses are composed of either rna or dna (never both) and are covered by one or several types of pro
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UTSGCHM247H1Mitch WinnikFall

CHM247H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution, Organochloride, Pi Bond

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18 Nov 2012
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Aromatic: class of compounds that contain 6-membered benzene-like rings with 3 double bonds. Alkyl-sub benzenes are sometimes referred to as arenes; na
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipFall

BIO130H1 Study Guide - Dna Repair, Dna Polymerase, Ataxia Telangiectasia

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18 Nov 2012
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Dna damage can be removed by more than one pathway. There are two pathways that allow for the damage in dna to be excised: base excision repair. It inv
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipFall

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Chemical Polarity, Glycosidic Bond, Coordination Complex

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18 Nov 2012
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An atom often behaves as if it has a fixed radius. Space-filling models give us a more accurate representation of molecular structure. A solid envelope
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipFall

BIO130H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Noncoding Dna, Mycoplasma Genitalium, Dna Replication

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18 Nov 2012
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Heredity is central to the definition of life: it distinguishes life from other processes. The single cell is the vehicle for the hereditary informatio
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Thomas Robert Malthus, Demographic Transition, Urban Density

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18 Nov 2012
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Examines the interactions between human society and the built environment, and problems that emerge from these interactions. Some worry that we face in
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Global Peace Index, Social Constructionism, Modern Warfare

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18 Nov 2012
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Despite prohibitions outlined in the geneva conventions, rape, assault, and enforced prostitution of women have all continued during armed conflicts. G
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Maternal Death, American Psychiatric Association, Mortality Rate

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18 Nov 2012
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Much social construction and labelling also go into perceiving and dealing with illness and disease. Aronowitz calls our attention to the process of fr
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Problem Gambling, American Psychiatric Association, Substance Abuse

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18 Nov 2012
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Disengagement Theory, Ageism, Population Pyramid

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18 Nov 2012
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Includes refusing jobs to qualified and willing candidates because of stereotypic attitudes towards people young or old who violate the age norms and e
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gender Binary, Sexual Identity, Sexology

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18 Nov 2012
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People with alternative sexual orientations have long suffered from ridicule, discrimination, exclusion and even violence. Recently, however, public di
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Chapter 4 notes of Social Problems book.

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Introduction: sex the biological distinction between male and female is a universal and ancient battle of social differentiation. In societies with low
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

definitions for the second term test and second half of exam

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5 Feb 2011
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 removed hm"s hippocampus to stop seizures and resulted in loss of long term memory processing. Thinking is fine; can hold a normal conversation as lo
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Self-Actualization

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5 Feb 2011
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Chapter 2 notes of Social Problems book.

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5 Feb 2011
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Chapter 2 class, poverty, and economic inequality.  why the different between top-paid and bottom-paid workers is wide.  why the range of salaries is
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Chapter 3 of Social Problems

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5 Feb 2011
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Immigrants are a large fraction of the population of canada"s cities. The policy proposed that multiculturalism operate within a bilingual framework en
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