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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, B Cell, Natural Killer Cell

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10 Dec 2013
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Nroc61 lecture 10 - stress and arousal. There are 2 forms of stresses, 1. acute and 2. chronic. There is a strong link between stress and illness which
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Raphe Nuclei, Brainstem, Basolateral Amygdala

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10 Dec 2013
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Nroc61 lecture 9 the limbic system and emotion. Only need to know figures from the lecture slides!! We will talk about the different models of emotion
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Galago, Madagascar Spiny Forests, Color Blindness

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19 Oct 2013
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Important things to have when living in trees is a pair of hands and eyes. These are characteristics of primates which include monkeys, apes, man, and
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Absolute Dating, Osteology, C4 Carbon Fixation

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19 Oct 2013
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Survey go looking for bones and fossils. Why people did what they did in the past is impossible to know. Archaeological sites: an area where people con
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Study Guide - Hominidae, Pea, Comparative Anatomy

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19 Oct 2013
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What is a species? a group of creatures that can breed together and can produce viable and fertile offspring. Species may be quite similar in appearanc
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Study Guide - Neanderthal, Homo Erectus, Stone Age

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19 Oct 2013
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It is a four field: archaeology, biological (evolutionary) anthropology, social/ cultural, and linguistics. Biological anthropology know these images o
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Colobinae, Gene Duplication, Yellow Emperor

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25 Apr 2013
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Will not allow any mutation at all so essential for the protein. The peak tells us that we should sequence this region in a variety of individuals from
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Quantitative Trait Locus, Molecular Evolution, Molecular Clock

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25 Apr 2013
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Compare and contrast questions- tell why they are similar and what makes them different not just de ne. Drawing these you see what parts are still ther
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ipomoea Purpurea, Primula Vulgaris, Linkage Disequilibrium

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25 Apr 2013
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To now we"ve been dealing with single phenotypic traits! Method to understand genetics and evolution of a group of traits simultaneously! Pleiotropic e
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Phenotypic Plasticity, Phenotypic Trait, Sexual Dimorphism

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25 Apr 2013
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We want to understand phenotypic variation in outbreeding species! To do this we estimate variances and heritability"s using phenotypic measurements of
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Chapter Notes -Messenger Rna, Ecological Genetics, Phenotypic Trait

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25 Apr 2013
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Ecological genetics is concerned with the genetics of ecologically important traits, that is, those traits related to fitness such a survival and repro
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UTSCBIOC16H3Mark FitzpatrickWinter

BIOC16H3 Study Guide - Alloenzyme, Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift

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25 Apr 2013
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Primary transcript has no promoter > mature transcript only exons > proteins. Purines include: a, g transition | c for g transversion. Transition going
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Species Pool, Niche Differentiation, Species Richness

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23 Apr 2013
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, Silwood Park, Ecosystem Services

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23 Apr 2013
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An area of research which was found on biodiversity loss and extinction from last couple decades. Extinction is a reality for our entire generation. Be
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factor, Protein Kinase

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21 Apr 2013
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Lecture 22 signal transduction 2- g proteins/lipid derived signaling molecules/second messengers. G proteins are called that because they bind to guani
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Map Kinase Kinase Kinase, Receptor Tyrosine Kinase, G Protein–Coupled Receptor

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21 Apr 2013
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First we will talk about a very conserved pathway called the map kinase cascade. Then we will talk about pathway interactions and later we will talk ab
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Barber Surgeon, Signal Transduction, Paracrine Signalling

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21 Apr 2013
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We will talk about the general signaling pathway and about some early experiments that started the signaling research going. Cellular communication and
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Stomach Cancer, Nuclear Power Plant, Aneuploidy

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21 Apr 2013
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Spindle Pole Body, Ubiquitin Ligase, Spindle Checkpoint

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21 Apr 2013
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Lecture 18- cell cycle iii: biochemical regulation of mitosis and mechanisms of cytokinesis. First we will talk about the mitotic process and then we"l
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Cyclin-Dependent Kinase, Microtubule Organizing Center, Spindle Pole Body

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21 Apr 2013
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Last time we talked about the cell cycle and mitosis and the events that go on during mitosis. Today we will review that and discuss two main things. T
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Okazaki Fragments, Dna Clamp, Dna Replication

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18 Mar 2013
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Lecture 14 dna replication ii: enzymology, origins, organization and licensing. Sps: figs 13-12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20. Interested in dna polymerase and h
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Nuclear Localization Sequence, Importin, Nuclear Pore

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18 Mar 2013
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Sps: figs 12-1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 12. Vocabulary: nuclear pore complex/nuclear matrix/chromatin/nuclear envelope/ nucleoporins/ nuclear localization signal/i
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Zinc Finger Transcription Factor, Leucine Zipper, Dna-Binding Domain

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18 Mar 2013
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Lecture 11 -gene regulation ii: transcription factors and microarray. Vocabulary: transcription factor types/dna binding and activation domains/hetero
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lac Operon, Lac Repressor, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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18 Mar 2013
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Lecture 10 gene regulation i: promotors and control circuits. Sps: figs 12-27, 28, 29, 32, 40, 44. Vocabulary:operon/regulatory gene/repressor/inducer/
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UTSCPSYC62H3Suzanne ErbWinter

PSYC62H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inverse Agonist, Partial Agonist, Intrinsic Activity

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1 Mar 2013
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Lecture 2: principles of pharmacology: drug-receptor interactions. Receptors: large protein molecules that drugs and naturally occurring chemicals of t
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UTSCPSYC62H3Suzanne ErbWinter

PSYC62H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Brain Stimulation Reward, Nucleus Accumbens, Psychoactive Drug

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1 Mar 2013
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Addiction: dependence, tolerance, sensitization, drugs of abuse- have rewarding effects which cause individuals to enjoy taking the drug. These three d
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UTSCPSYC62H3Suzanne ErbWinter

PSYC62H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neuroglia, Neurotransmission, Resting Potential

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1 Mar 2013
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Lecture 3: neuronal conduction and transmission and neuroactive ligands. Neurons are extremely densely packed in the cerebellum (more than in the cereb
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UTSCPSYC62H3Suzanne ErbWinter

PSYC62H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Receptor Antagonist, Inverse Agonist, Partial Agonist

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1 Mar 2013
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Lecture 2: principles of pharmacology: drug-receptor interactions. Receptors: large protein molecules that drugs and naturally occurring chemicals of t
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UTSCPSYC62H3Suzanne ErbWinter

PSYC62H3 Lecture Notes - Miriam Webster, Nuremberg Code, Drug Discovery

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1 Mar 2013
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Pharmacology: discipline that examines the effects that drugs have on biological systems (including nervous and non- nervous tissues). How drugs act on
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aminoacyl-Trna, Peptidyl Transferase, Messenger Rna

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28 Feb 2013
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Smart pages: ch 2 fig 24; chapter 11 figs 41, 42, 44, 46, 47, 49, 50. Translation (protein synthesis): synthesis of proteins in the cytoplasm using the
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Snrnp, Spliceosome, Intron

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28 Feb 2013
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Lecture 6 consensus sequence: the most common version of a conserved sequence. Suppress what is wrong without affecting anything else is called magic b
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ribosomal Rna, Tata Box, Sigma Factor

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28 Feb 2013
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Biob11 - lecture 4 an overview of transcription, rrna synthesis and maturation. Tata box: at the position of -10 upstream from the start point, there i
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mature Messenger Rna, Ribosomal Rna, Precursor Mrna

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28 Feb 2013
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Biob11 lecture 5 heterogeneous nuclear rna (hnrna) synthesis and processing. Vocabulary hnrna (heterogeneous nuclear rnas): a large group of rna molecu
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Transposable Element, Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism, Inverted Repeat

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28 Feb 2013
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Biob11- lecture 3- genome evolution and introduction to the central dogma of. Transposition: movement of dna segments that move from one place on a chr
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: In Situ Hybridization, Nucleic Acid Hybridization, Genome Size

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28 Feb 2013
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Biob11- lecture 2- genome organization and molecular evolution. Absorption spectrum: a plot of the intensity of light absorbed relative to its waveleng
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Homologous Chromosome, Chromosome Segregation, Genetic Recombination

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28 Feb 2013
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Biob11 lecture 1 - chromosomes, heredity, meiosis and recombination. Diploid: containing both members of each pair of homologous chromosomes, seen in m
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Basilar Membrane, Eardrum, Vestibular Nerve

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28 Feb 2013
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Describe 3 pathways of visual system that are differently specialized for motion, colour, and shape. Based evolutionary (still in fish) called lateral
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Ganglion Cell Layer, Olfactory System

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28 Feb 2013
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We have good understanding of the sensory side and some motor (like the coastlines of a continent) but have missing and limited understanding of the mi
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pupillary Light Reflex, Ganglion Cell Layer, Retinitis Pigmentosa

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28 Feb 2013
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Polarity of light birds use, humans cannot. Three concepts: reflection absorption refraction (transparent surfaces) - depends on which of the two mediu
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Lecture Notes - G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Olfactory System, Taste Receptor

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28 Feb 2013
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We have good understanding of the sensory side and some motor (like the coastlines of a continent) but have missing and limited understanding of the mi
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