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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelWinter

NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Unsaturated Fat

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10 Feb 2014
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Chapter 2: nutrition: guidelines: applying the science of nutrition. 2. 3 canada"s food guide: page by page: page 1: food-based approach. The purpose o
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelWinter

NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vitamin X, Dietary Reference Intake, Biotin

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7 Feb 2014
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Chapter 2: nutrition: guidelines: applying the science of nutrition. 2. 1 nutrition recommendation for the canadian diet: nutrient-based approach. How
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Action Potential, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Neuromuscular Junction

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14 Jul 2013
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Electrochemical Gradient, Atp Hydrolysis, Glucose Transporter

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28 May 2013
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And we also looked at atp-driven pumps the p-type atp-driven pump (atpase) as an example of primary active transport. Today we"re also going to continu
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Transport Protein, Passive Transport

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28 May 2013
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What is covered in the exam is what"s covered in the lectures. For the next lectures, there will be fill-ins. Tutorials will start the following monday
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Protein, Transmembrane Protein

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28 May 2013
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We have 1 midterm, 1 final exam and 6 labs. Labs are 27% with 8% from quizzes, best 2 out of 3 (4% each). 65% is from exams: the midterm is 25% and cov
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Peptide Bond, Dna Replication, Covalent Bond

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28 May 2013
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Lecture 2 intro to nucleic acids & proteins: dna is synthesized from deoxyribonucleoside triphosphates, otherwise known as: dntp"s things that are used
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Eukaryote, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosomal Rna

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28 May 2013
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dna Replication, Plasmid, X-Ray Crystallography

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: overview of dna replication, dna replication in bacteria. Only time you need dna replication is when cell divides. Every single cell i
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Open Reading Frame, Sequence Database, Reading Frame

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: definition of a gene, bioinformatics. Tryptophan (w) not at all degenerate; only 1 codon that codes. Serine (s) highly degenerate; 6 d
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dna Supercoil, Reverse Transcriptase, Telomerase

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: issues in replication, dna repair. Micro-rays: in each location on micro-ray, certain dna sequence has been spotted & it sticks there.
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Okazaki Fragments, Dideoxynucleotide, Dna Sequencing

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: dideoxy chain termination method, manual, automated, genome databases, blotting. Which of statements regarding dna replication is corr
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Multiple Sequence Alignment, Bioinformatics, Clustal

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28 May 2013
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Lecture 7: what is gene & where do i find it? (part ii) For genome projects, gene prediction is often difficult. Which of the following factors is/are
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stem-Loop, Sigma Factor, Consensus Sequence

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: prokaryotic transcription, diversity of rna structure & function. It is program which aligns multiple sequences to each other. It requ
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Tata-Binding Protein, Tata Box, Eukaryote

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: structure of a gene, rna polymerases, transcription of protein-coding genes, rna processing. Gene structure is more complex in eucaryo
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Tweety, Clustal

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28 May 2013
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Lecture outline: pcr, forensic applications, isolating a gene using pcr with degenerate primers, cdna synthesis. A no: needs to be group 2. Consensus s
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis, Isoelectric Focusing

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28 May 2013
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We talked about the involvement of transcription factors and how transcription factors are used and being important in determining what the transcripto
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Molten Globule, Protein Folding, Hsp70

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28 May 2013
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Phenome, Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology, Protein Folding

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28 May 2013
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One of the things he hasn"t focused on in its relation to dna, rna and a protein is that obviously there is cross-talk between the different pathways i
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Dna-Binding Domain, Fusion Protein, Plasmid

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28 May 2013
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Let"s take stock: we"ve talked about the transcriptome, its involvement b/w organisms even within an organism. We"ve talked about transcription factor
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Trp Operon, Lac Repressor, Lac Operon

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28 May 2013
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Next lecture we"re going to be looking at eucaryotic transcription regulation. Today we compare prokaryotic and eucaryotic transcription regulation. La
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assay, Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Sequence Motif

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28 May 2013
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Last lecture: taken a look at the interplay b/w dna & its organization & its transcription to rna & the regulation of those processes. When we did that
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Dna-Binding Domain, Tata Box, Histone Code

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28 May 2013
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus, Rna-Dependent Rna Polymerase, Tobacco Mosaic Virus

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28 May 2013
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Today we"re going to take a look at the interplay b/w rna and the organization of dna. Start first of all with the novel aspect of the regulation of rn
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: X-Inactivation, Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance, Dnainfo.Com

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28 May 2013
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Gene expression actually just starts with chromatin & actually ends ultimately with the proteins that interact together. Need to consider the multitude
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dna Microarray, Northern Blot, Hybridization Probe

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28 May 2013
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See dna wrapping around the core histone octamer going to bend back. The interaction b/w dna & histone proteins & indeed, non-histone proteins (not goi
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO240H Lecture 15.doc

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28 May 2013
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In the last lecture, we took a look at 2 chimps & we talked about the role that the transcriptome plays in giving rise to the differences b/w those 2 c
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Arabidopsis Thaliana, Craig Venter, Mammalian Genome

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28 May 2013
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That dna in the background of doing its job as template to make. Rna is actually being replicated & associated with that replication is going to be som
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO240H Lecture 12.doc

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28 May 2013
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Firstly, remember that trna brings aas to the ribosomes. The trna is the one that recognizes the mrna through anticodon to codon pairing. If you think
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelWinter

NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Prospective Cohort Study, Confounding, High High

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28 May 2013
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1. 4 understanding science helps us understand nutrition: the scientific method: hypothesis, experiment to test hypothesis, results analyzed, conclusio
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UTSGCSB430H1Vincent TropepeWinter

CSB430H1 Lecture Notes - Cerebral Cortex, Metaphase, Somite

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3 May 2013
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Edinger (early 1900s) - neuroanatomist: did this analysis and concluded, major evolutionary event in mammalian brain evolution was the increase in size
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UTSGNFS284H1Debbie GurfinkelWinter

NFS284H1 Lecture Notes - Canola, Olive Oil, Fish Oil

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20 Apr 2013
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What is the science that studies the interaction b/w human and food: human nutrition. 1. 1 nutrition and the canadian diet: how healthy is the canadian
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Biomedicine, Bipedalism, Brain Size

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24 Mar 2013
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2nd problem w/ western biomedicine -> don"t view humans as evolved. Evolution doesn"t produce health, instead lead to survival and reproduction. Invent
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Menopause, Micronutrient

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24 Mar 2013
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3 things to think about: childhood phase broadly defines and remains from conception to sexual maturity (growth, later health issues (development, proc
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Sociocultural Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Ethnomedicine

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5 Mar 2013
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Ant208 lec 2 medical anthropology: evolution + culture. Many diff. types of approach that people use in medical anthro view. Focus of class = evolution
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UTSGCLA201H1TraillWinter

CLA201H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Geron Corporation, Endogamy, Hyperglycemia

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8 Feb 2013
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UTSGCLA201H1TraillWinter

CLA201H1 Lecture Notes - Preposition And Postposition, Elision, Hybrid Word

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8 Feb 2013
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Root: element that has a common meaning to all words of a related group. Prefix: element attached to the beginning of a root to elaborate, qualify or i
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Protein Structure, Hydrolysis, Release Factor

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2 Feb 2013
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Firstly, remember that trna brings aas to the ribosomes. The trna is the one that recognizes the mrna through anticodon to codon pairing. If you think
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lovebird, Lysis, Exponential Growth

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2 Feb 2013
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Lecture outline: pcr, forensic applications, isolating a gene using pcr with degenerate primers, cdna synthesis. A no: needs to be group 2. Consensus s
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UTSGBIO120H1Jennifer HarrisFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Consensus Sequence, Helicase, Nuclear Pore

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2 Feb 2013
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Lecture 10: processing of rna to produce mature mrna. From chang"s we are mostly interested in the paradigm shift of views regarding rna and the likeli
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