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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antimicrobial Peptides, Dendritic Cell, Microvillus

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29 Nov 2018
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Mucosal system need to determine whether antigen id innocuous or harmful physiologic information (low level) that. System activates dendritic cells tri
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Upper Respiratory Tract Infection, Orthomyxoviridae, Hpv Vaccines

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 9 - emerging influenza variants and the case for improved vaccines. Flu is an acute upper respiratory infection. Fever, cough and systemic symp
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Adaptive Immune System, Clonal Selection, Central Tolerance

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 5 - generation of the adaptive immune response. Central tolerance process for self reactive lymphocytes mature. Mature: encountered antigen, un
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lymph Node, Mast Cell, Natural Killer Cell

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 4 - the acute inflammatory response: cellular and humoral mediators of innate defense. Phagocytosis, cytokine, apc (bridge between adaptive and
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cowpox, Neutrophil, Apoptosis

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 1 - the immune system: from historical to modern perspectives. A system of tissue, cells and soluble factors that recognize, attack and destroy
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Innate Immune System, Pathogenic Bacteria, Bacterial Adhesin

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 3 - innate immunity: first line of defense. Pathogens that are too big to be ingested, release granules. Property: encoded in pathogenicity isl
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UTSGIMM250H1Liliana ClemenzaFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Adaptive Immune System, Herd Immunity, Clonal Selection

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29 Nov 2018
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2 lecture 2 - features of the adaptive immune response. Overview of innate and adaptive immune responses. How b and t cells recognize and respond to ho
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Internal Validity

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29 Nov 2018
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One individual will get same score every time. People give consistent response on multiple items of the questionnaire. Reliability is necessary but not
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Line Graph

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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sampling Error, Operationalization, Data Analysis

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29 Nov 2018
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A set of mathematical procedures for organizing, summarizing and interpreting information. Sampe: a set of individual selected from population. Variabl
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Frequency Distribution, Level Of Measurement, Categorical Variable

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29 Nov 2018
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Goal: organize data to communicate how many observations exist at each category. Note: norms differ from source to source, so read label! Column of f s
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Central Tendency, Standard Deviation, Normal Distribution

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29 Nov 2018
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A statistical measures that takes a single score as the most typical/representative of the entire distribution. Esp. when size is small: median. =score
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Standard Score, Normal Distribution

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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Variance, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Statistical Inference

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 7 - population and sample varianc e. 1. definitional formula (x- ) = deviation from the mean (x- )2 = squared deviation from the mean. (x- )2 =
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Standard Score, Percentile Rank, Statistical Inference

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29 Nov 2018
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The probability given in the unit normal table will be accurate only for normal distribution scores so the shape of the distribution should be verified
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Central Limit Theorem, Statistical Parameter, Sampling Distribution

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29 Nov 2018
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Result: repeat over and over again, shape will approximate population. Pattern that is generalizable: sampling error. Comes from variability, discrepan
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Sampling Distribution, Sample Size Determination

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29 Nov 2018
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Should be no effect, but our study suggests that there is. Should be an effect, but our study suggest there isn"t. We never know the truth of the unive
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UTSGPSY201H1Molly MetzFall

PSY201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Location Test, Statistical Parameter, Sampling Distribution

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29 Nov 2018
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As sample size , se . Did the intervention work ( weight?) Definition of hypothesis tesign: using sample data to evaluate an hypothesis about a populat
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Environmental Policy, Ecological Footprint, Cuyahoga River

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29 Nov 2018
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Policy that specifically pertains to human interactions with the environment. Requires input form science, ethic and economics. Definition: formal set
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ipcc Second Assessment Report, Permafrost, United Nations Environment Programme

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29 Nov 2018
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Co2 in the atmosphere - glacial and interglacial periods. How do we currently understand the climate paradigm. Earth"s climate system is inherently cha
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tonne, Bill Mckibben, 350.Org

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29 Nov 2018
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Ipcc - scientific authority trying to communicate to tell the story. 565 gigaton we can emit 565 more gigatons of carbon dioxide and stay below 2 c of
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Herman Daly, Marginal Utility, Marginal Cost

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29 Nov 2018
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Deal with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and service, or the material welfare of humankind, and the analysis of the commercial
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: William Nordhaus, Climate Ethics, Environmental Health

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29 Nov 2018
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Oct 18 during class time 45 min, ex200. Format: 15 multiple choice, 4 out of 5 short answer questions. Coverage will be a reading, lecture, tutorials u
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Government Spending, Oil Sands, Building Insulation

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29 Nov 2018
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Provinces work by themselves but are not effective. Targets set by federal government as part of a international process. The provincial government who
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ipcc First Assessment Report, Flexible Mechanisms, Aerojet Rocketdyne

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29 Nov 2018
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We should used scientific terms, unequivocal tone. The vocab used by scientists are not strong enough to motivate people to act doomsday. Need for inte
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: John Stuart Mill, Immanuel Kant, Categorical Imperative

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Reflect a person"s belief about the meaning ,operation, and essence of the world. Note: not everyone believe in the same thing. Different worldviews ca
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Heliocentrism

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 2 - environmental science: climate science investigation. Environmental science: what is it?/ challenges associated with it. It is more holisti
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Carbon Footprint, Adaptive Capacity, Neocolonialism

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29 Nov 2018
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Tragedy of the common with skewed vulnerabilities. Basic rights to be protected from actions of others that threaten life (health),liberty, and persona
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Iucn Red List, Anthropocene, United Nations Environment Programme

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29 Nov 2018
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Fossil records suggest more than 99% of all species ever in existence are now extinct. Most extinct before human arrived, so it might just be a natural
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Lead Paint, Lead Poisoning, Dental Composite

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29 Nov 2018
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Approach to chemical management: we assume that the companies are taking responsibilities and that the products we consume are not contaminated. Strong
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Antimicrobial Resistance, Pesticide Resistance, British Thermal Unit

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29 Nov 2018
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Policy like to have a definitive answer before they establish something , what"s why it"s been difficult to make policies. Because we have well develop
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Blood Transfusion, Yellow Fever, Microcephaly

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29 Nov 2018
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Lecture 15 - infectious continued and international health policies. Emerging not only in developing world! Virus transmitted to people from wild anima
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Old-Growth Forest, Ecotourism, Biomimetics

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29 Nov 2018
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News: the following office is to be abolished. 1993, government stated people of on should have right to the environment. The office that oversees it i
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Environmental Health, Pollution Prevention, Precautionary Principle

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29 Nov 2018
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Last week, we went over international agreements on environmental health policies. Right to live in a healthy environment. Social & gender inequalities
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Passenger Pigeon, Atlantic Cod, Urban Sprawl

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29 Nov 2018
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Various threat that contributes to loss of biodiversity. Growing population = growing appetite to resources. Human - cause reduction in biodiversity( 2
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Seed Bank, Protestantism, Hectare

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29 Nov 2018
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Why was it endangered in the first place. Only preserving them in the current condition, when again brought out, they might not be well suited for the
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UTSGENV221H1Karen IngFall

ENV221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Environmental Health, Disability-Adjusted Life Year

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Lecture 12 - linking global environmental change and health. Defined by the who as a n state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not
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UTSGENV100H1Simon AppolloniFall

ENV100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rachel Carson, Lynn Margulis, René Descartes

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29 Nov 2018
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When one shifts, it causes the others to shift as well. Part 1 - revealing what we"ve been doing to the planet and to one anothe. One of our methos is
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UTSGENV100H1Simon AppolloniFall

ENV100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Earth Trust, David Korten, Ecological Crisis

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Lecture 5 - guest: what is education for. The 3 stories: industrial growth: business as usual. Ecological crisis and environmental challenges are norma
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UTSGENV100H1Simon AppolloniFall

ENV100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Eutrophication, Empirical Evidence, Falsifiability

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N and p from agricultural runoff eutrophication excessive nutrients blooms of algae, plant like organisms (phytoplankton) bacteria respire hypoxic. Key
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