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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenWinter

DNA_structure_I-1.ppt

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Supercoiling: twist = # turns (~ 10. 5 bp/turn, writhe = # loops, linking number = relationship between. Twist and writhe: topoisomerases (i and ii, dn
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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenWinter

Chromatin_Structure_and_Gene_Expression.ppt

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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenWinter

BIOL3110_-_2012_-_Intro_1-2.ppt

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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenWinter

BIOL 3110 Lecture Notes - Horizontal Gene Transfer, Selectable Marker, Dut1

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There is not one type of e. coli genetically. It has been altered from its wildtype form significantly and often. K12 is considered to be one of the wi
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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenWinter

Epigenetics_extra-1.ppt

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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

Violence against women, Fall,2012-1.ppt

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Written answers cumulative, all chapters and lectures. Many kinds of abuse and violent behaviours. The what of inter-personal, gender related, violence
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

psyofwomenclassonhealthFall2012-1.ppt

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Mental and physical health: some sex differences are evident, for example. Women are more likely than men to seek psychotherapy. Despite their longer l
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Lecture Notes - Sexualization, Meta-Analysis, Hostile Work Environment

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18 Jan 2013
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Welcome: test next week in this room, chapters 6-10, multiple choice textbook, (75%, written answers, based on the lectures, textbook and handout (25%)
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessFall

Personality.ppt

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18 Jan 2013
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The handout (will be given out in class oct: the secretary in room 281 bsb has copies). Very few significant differences: even those significant differ
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

psywomenmotherhoodFall2012-1.ppt

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18 Jan 2013
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Welcome: lifestyles from last week, chapter 10, mothering and first-time parents. First-time parents study: chapter 9, sexuality, the mines article han
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessFall

PsycwomenAdolescence and cognitive abilitieswinter2012.ppt

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Test information feb. 2, 2012 in this room: chapters 1-5, multiple choice and written answers. Always give definitions and examples in your answers whe
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessFall

3480B2012Intro.ppt

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Tas naomi carpenter and raha sheivari: course outline. Pre-requisite - psyc1010 6. 0 with a minimum of a c: the textbook a psychology of women, matlin,
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessFall

Psywomenlifestylefall2012.ppt

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18 Jan 2013
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Men and women generally are interested in different aspects of relationships: study by deaux & hanna (1984, reviewed 800 personal advertisements. Men,
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lecture18-receptors3-revised.pdf

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4 Jan 2013
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The parasympathetic nervous system releases acetylcholine (ach), which interacts with nicotinic ach receptors at the ganglion and muscarinic ach recept
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

BIOL 4510 Lecture 19 Stem Cells 2.pdf

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4 Jan 2013
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Regenerative medicine uses genes, proteins and cells to repair or replace damaged organs. Some tissues display regenerative properties, such as blood,
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lecture20-ecm-revised.pdf

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The extracellular matrix (ecm) is essential for maintaining tissue structure, and to act as scaffolding for the myocytes. It ensures proper myocyte ali
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lecture17-receptors2-revised.pdf

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This section reviews the autonomic nervous system and summarizes the major targets of adrenergic and muscarinic (m2) activaton. Much of the material to
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lec 15

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The purpose of electrical depolarization (i. e. action potentials) is to initiate contraction. This process is called excitation-contraction coupling (
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lec 13

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Four contractile proteins are phosphorylated: tn-i, c-protein, tn-t, and mlc-2. Phosphorylation by pka occurs in n-terminal region of tn-i; unique to c
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxWinter

lec 14

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Now that we have discussed the molecular properties of some key contractile proteins we will now discuss several important functional properties of the
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YORKPHIL 1100Henry JackmanSummer

PHIL 1100 Lecture Notes - Arthur Schopenhauer

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Arguments is a set of premises, one of the claims supports the other or follows from the other. The aim of this paper is to present hume"s argument in
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YORKPHIL 1100Henry JackmanSummer

PHIL 1100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Arthur Schopenhauer, The Gay Science, Jean-Paul Sartre

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Crito tries to persuade socrates to flee because he has young children to raise, his friends would miss him and think ill of them for not helping him e
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YORKPHIL 1100Henry JackmanSummer

PHIL 1100 Lecture Notes - Buck Passing, Arthur Schopenhauer, Stoicism

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YORKPHIL 1100Henry JackmanSummer

hare notes.docx

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YORKPHIL 1100Henry JackmanSummer

PHIL 1100 Lecture Notes - Mortal Sin, Nth Root, French Communist Party

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YORKBIOL 3110Michael GadsdenSummer

BIOL 3110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dna Replication, Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase, Reverse Transcriptase

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30 Oct 2012
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Biol3110 exam study guide: partial might be revised later. The synthesis of nucleotides are regulated by several feedback mechanisms. How have they bee
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Endothelium, Atp Hydrolysis, Polytetrafluoroethylene

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30 Oct 2012
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Now that we have discussed the molecular properties of some key contractile proteins we will now discuss several important functional properties of the
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid, Titin, Tnni3

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30 Oct 2012
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Force generation involves the interaction of thick and thin filaments. In skeletal and cardiac muscle this is controlled by ca2+ binding to the troponi
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Treadmilling, Cytokinesis, Immunoglobulin Superfamily

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30 Oct 2012
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There are two properties of muscle you need to fully understand: the force-length relationship, the dependence of force generation on the intracellular
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Nifedipine, Verapamil, Ryanodine Receptor 2

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30 Oct 2012
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The amount of blood pumped by the heart per minute is given by: Cardiac output (l/min) = co = stroke volume (l/beat) x heart rate (beats/min) = sv*hr.
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Diastole, Faraday Constant, Electrochemical Potential

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30 Oct 2012
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Ion channels are a superfamily of transmembrane proteins that selectively catalyze the flow (movement) of ions across the cell membrane. Their properti
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Glycogen, Hemoglobin, Autophagy

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30 Oct 2012
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Some basic cell biology (cid:177) morphology of muscle cells. Although all 3 are capable of contracting, their morphology is quite different. (cid:86)(
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Wiggers Diagram, Diastole, Inotrope

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30 Oct 2012
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In small single cell organisms or animals < 1 mm in diameter, movement of molecules can occur easily by diffusion or cell transport from the external e
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YORKEECS 1520David LangilleFall

Chapter5.doc

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Here is a partial list of what the lab covers: To be able to complete this lab in a reasonable amount of time it is essential that you are properly pre
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YORKEECS 1520David LangilleFall

EECS 1520 Lecture Notes - And1, Dialog Box, Logic Gate

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Logical functions are those that involve boolean values. Some logical functions return a boolean value as their result, others use the. Boolean result
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YORKEECS 1520David LangilleFall

EECS 1520 Lecture Notes - Arpanet, Sun Microsystems, Time-Sharing

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In which decade was the first generation of computers developed: 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s. Charles babbage invented which of the following ear
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YORKBCHM 2021Julie ClarkFall

BCHM 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Telophase, Actomyosin Ring, Apoptosis

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21 Oct 2012
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M-cdk activation causes all early events of mitosis. Assembly of mitosis spindle break down of nuclear envelope. It causes re-arrangements of the actin
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YORKBCHM 2021Julie ClarkFall

BCHM 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Geminin, Ubiquitin Ligase, Cdk Inhibitor

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21 Oct 2012
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Cell cycle cycle of cell growth and division he chromosome. Replicate the organelles grow and duplicate these have to get segregated to the daughter ce
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YORKBCHM 2021Julie ClarkFall

BCHM 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cytosol, Myofibril, Neuromuscular Junction

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21 Oct 2012
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On microtubules and they walk to the plus end most few. Kinesin go to the minus end there is a binding site on the organelle or microtubules. Tail has
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YORKBCHM 2021Julie ClarkFall

BCHM 2021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Paclitaxel, Cell Migration, Centrosome

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Cytoskeleton strength and shape and movement of cells. The regulation of these = helps build the cytoskeleton. They form flexible filaments form a netw
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