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UTSGCSB340H1Thomas BerlethFall

CSB340H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plant Embryogenesis, Pin1, Pattern Formation

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Lecture 5: mutations in the fass gene uncouple pattern formation and morphogenesis in arabidopsis development. Torres et al: fass gene recessive mutati
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 19 Notes

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Manhattan project second largest military venture in the world up to that time; big project in ww2 that resulted in the atomic bomb. Largest military v
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 21 Notes

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12 Apr 2012
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Change structures involving population growth or agriculture: both were addressed. People just started to realize the population boom. Dry land agricul
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 20 Notes

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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 22 Notes

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Lecture 22: role of greenhouse gases in climate change. The climate in the earth has not been stable over any long geological period in history. 55 mya
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 24 Notes

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12 Apr 2012
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Big technological advance in the us (b29 and grand coulee dam) B36 is even more important innovation than b29; has jet engines and propellers; wasn"t i
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 23.doc

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12 Apr 2012
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Lecture 23: climate effects on organisms, phenology, & We should see animal ranges to shift; match between organisms ranges of tolerance will be preser
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 18 Notes

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12 Apr 2012
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There is no substitute for food, it"s more important than medical attention. There was a time when humans weren"t agriculturalists as we are now. There
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lecture 17 Notes

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Human impact is a function of population and consumption (affluence and technology: affluence the consumption that humans are imposing on natural syste
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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Movie Notes (Mother)

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UTSGBIO220H1James ThomsonWinter

Lab Notes

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12 Apr 2012
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Null hypothesis: fertilizers (phosphorus and nitrate) will have no effect on the system. Eutrophication results from continuous pollution in the form o
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Junkers J.I

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5 Nov 2011
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UTSGBIO270H1David LovejoyFall

BIO270H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Albrecht Von Haller, Herman Boerhaave, Central Pattern Generator

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4 Oct 2011
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Definition: the study of the normal functioning of a living organism & its component parts, including all its chemical & physical processes. The study
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UTSGBIO230H1Darrel DesveauxFall

BIO230H1 Chapter Notes -Lac Repressor, Lac Operon, Repressor

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