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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Acclimatization, Hemoglobin, Partial Pressure

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22 Apr 2013
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Human populations have also been exposed to agents of selection during their history. In some cases the agents of selection are very strong! This study
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dna Replication, Myelin, Intron

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22 Apr 2013
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Every species is not necessarily endemic even on these oceanic islands. Endemism among those organisms that are less likely to disperse. So the proport
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Radiometric Dating, Selective Breeding, Relative Dating

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22 Apr 2013
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Some evidence was available to darwin while some wasn"t. Evidence from various different fields are consistent with evolution and ideas relating to it.
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Darwinism, Special Creation, Flatfish

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22 Apr 2013
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Lecture 2: introduction to darwinian evolution: big questions in biology. These questions arise from our observations about the natural world. The dive
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UTSCBIOB34H3Joanne NashFall

BIOB34H3 Lecture Notes - Subthalamic Nucleus, Hemiballismus, Dysautonomia

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22 Apr 2013
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Parkinson"s disease (also known as parkinson"s, parkinson disease, or pd) is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that impairs motor s
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitWinter

PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Central Nervous System Depression, Barbiturate, Methanol

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19 Apr 2013
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Anything that causes the cerebral cortex to go into a more relaxed state ( the eeg shifts to a more relaxed/drowsy state) Barbiturates bind to gaba rec
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UTSCPSYC14H3Michelle HilscherFall

PSYC14H3 Lecture Notes - Cultural Studies, Ingroups And Outgroups, Masculinity

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19 Apr 2013
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Phases of cross-cultural research (methods used in the field) Research that compares groups on a psychological variable. Serve as the cornerstone of cr
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Spinothalamic Tract, Somatotopic Arrangement, Spinal Cord

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19 Apr 2013
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Acoustic energy in a sound for a speech (i. e. vowels) Formants: they"re peaks in the frequency spectrum of that sound. Vowels are harmonic sounds with
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Tectorial Membrane, Basilar Membrane, Ear Canal

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19 Apr 2013
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Prediction of this theory: we seem to be unable to move our eyes without shifting our attention but we can shift our attention without moving our eyes.
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Superior Colliculus, Efference Copy, Smooth Pursuit

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19 Apr 2013
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We need exactly 6 muscles to control eye movement. So there are 3 dimensions to locate an object in space. Also the orientation of the object in space
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Parallel Computing, Hemianopsia, Fusiform Face Area

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19 Apr 2013
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Hemianopia: half of the visual field is missing [relative to your fovea] in both eyes or one eye. Optic chiasm is disrupted: crossing over of visual fi
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UTSCANTC67H3Larry SawchukFall

ANTC67H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Chemical Warfare, Influenza A Virus Subtype H2N2, Case Fatality Rate

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19 Apr 2013
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Global spread of influenza dates back to 1889-90. When the asiatic flu spread out from russia to europe and eventually north and south america. Cause o
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Peanut Butter, Nanoshell, Immunotherapy

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20 Feb 2013
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This leads to the development of cancer and abnormal development. This is abnormal development and the cells are dividing when they should not. Cancer
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Puromycin, Ovulation, Exocytosis

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20 Feb 2013
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We can use a signal developmental system to show gene expression. Have used different model systems to see levels of gene expression. This system can b
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Arginine, Photographic Film, Chromatin

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20 Feb 2013
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Sperm cells are highly specialized, they can move around on their own and no other cells in the body can undergo independent motility. It occurs in the
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierWinter

PSYC35H3 Chapter Notes -Johari Window, Interpersonal Perception, Extraversion And Introversion

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20 Feb 2013
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This article tests a new model for predicting which aspects of personality are best judged by the self and which are best judged by others. (self versu
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UTSCBIOB34H3Joanne NashFall

BIOB34H3 Lecture Notes - Test Tube, Sodium Channel, Curare

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13 Dec 2012
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Study of body functions in a disease state = pathophysiology. Fluid matrix [extracellular fluid & related fluid in the body] = he"s talking about the f
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UTSCBIOB34H3Joanne NashFall

BIOB34H3 Lecture Notes - Chemical Synapse, Extracellular Fluid, Sodium-Potassium Alloy

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13 Dec 2012
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Study of body functions in a disease state = pathophysiology. Fluid matrix [extracellular fluid & related fluid in the body] = he"s talking about the f
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Digestive Enzyme, Proteolysis, Thrombin

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7 Dec 2012
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During development we can get differentiation of specific cell types. Examples: myosin (contractile ability, mature crystallin (optical properties, glo
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Myosin, Myotome, Bioconversion

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7 Dec 2012
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Slide 3, differentiation of muscle and the liver: This is a cross section of an embryo in the body region, (diagram of this section) we see the neural
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Lecture Notes - European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Guppy, Brood Parasite

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7 Dec 2012
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Lecture 7: the evolution of social behaviour (kin/non-kin) It comes down to benefits versus costs. Benefits: dealing with the physical environment, inf
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Lecture Notes - Eurasian Blue Tit, Sexual Conflict, Frigatebird

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8 Nov 2012
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Lecture 6: parental care & kinship - costs vs. benefits. Parental care = a cooperative venture between a male and a female in many socially monogamous
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 06

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28 Apr 2012
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For those writing the make-up exam, she needs to see you at break today, will call down the list. Another list at break, and will call down then. Morph
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 05

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28 Apr 2012
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Transcription factors that can turn on selective genes, transacting proteins and transcription factors are the same thing. From the red blood cell lect
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 01

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28 Apr 2012
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It is the study of the developing animal from the fertilized egg to the embryonic stages and finally to the adult sgate. Morphological change has also
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 2 Notes

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26 Feb 2012
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Two (2) major compartments in the eukaryotic cells. Two (2) compartments are the nucleus and the cytoplasm. This is the main site of the dna and its as
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 4 Notes

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2 Feb 2012
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Break it down like the blood cell development. Select a model system, example, red blood cells. Sometimes there is a model of extreme cell differentiat
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UTSCBIOC19H3Ian BrownFall

Lecture 3 Notes

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2 Feb 2012
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We must break the process down to learn it in detail. Slide 2, why is rbc development a good model, It is a good example of cell differentiation. Red b
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

Lecture 3 - detailed notes

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18 Oct 2011
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hair Cell, Vocal Folds, Vocal Tract

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25 Apr 2011
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Study Guide - Retina

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25 Apr 2011
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Short answer question (sample) on info learned from last lecture. Functions of these 2 pathways: lateral pathway: it"s serving for lateral inhibition.
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Visual Search, Horopter, Binding Problem

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4 Mar 2011
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You have a photoreceptor that might itself somehow contribute to colour perception but alone is not colour-sensitive 9,98-. 9083,8. The pr
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Psychophysics, Empiricism, Retina

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4 Mar 2011
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Sensation would rather be the early part of perception looking at the receptors for e. g. in the eye or ear. Perception itself is then more of the cogn
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UTSCPSYB51H3Matthias NiemeierFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ophthalmoscopy, Retina, Sclera

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4 Mar 2011
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Short answer question (sample)  on info learned from last lecture! Very short spectrum of visible light (to humans)  in 907284158. 8% $
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UTSCPSYA02H3Oren AmitayWinter

Chapter 18 Lecture Notes

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12 Oct 2010
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