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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Social Marketing, Health Promotion, Market Analysis

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16 Mar 2016
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Health Promotion, Radiative Transfer Equation And Diffusion Theory For Photon Transport In Biological Tissue, Yuppie

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16 Mar 2016
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How do we engage people in technology of health care. Theory needs to be built upon evidence, and needs to be "testable" Role of theory is to simplify
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Formative Stage, Japanese Canadians

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16 Mar 2016
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Some people think that it means that all people of diferent cultures have equal rights and can exhibit their own culture. Some people think it means th
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture 7: Canada and Peacekeeping

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16 Mar 2016
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Health Promotion, Cash Register, Informed Consent

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3 Mar 2016
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Seaweed, Mucilage, Phototroph

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3 Mar 2016
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Methanopyrus, Extremophile, Cyanobacteria

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3 Mar 2016
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Make a drawing that shows the evolutionary relationship between the domains of archaea, bacteria, and eukarya. Explain why many species of archaea are
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Extracellular Fluid, Metarteriole, Endothelium

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3 Mar 2016
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Capillaries are ideally suited to enhance diffusion and exchange materials between the blood and the tissues of the body. Diffusing molecules have a sh
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Blood Pressure, Hemorheology, Ultimate Tensile Strength

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28 Feb 2016
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Arteries, arterioles, and capillaries that transport blood from the heart to the tissues. Capillaries venules and veins that transport blood back to th
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: 1987 Canada Cup, Swedish Canadians, Gary Bettman

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Climate Action Network, Queen Victoria Park, Haida Gwaii

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rick Moranis, Barry Avrich, Pierre Jeanpierre

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25 Feb 2016
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Conflict between native americans and the rest of canada depression. Led them to have ability to tell their stories. Creation of national film commissi
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Speech From The Throne, Premiership Of Stephen Harper, Lead Poisoning

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Isuma, Zacharias Kunuk, Robert J. Flaherty

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25 Feb 2016
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Martin frobisher has one of the earliest accounts of the inuit. Robert peary: fearless, hardy, cheerful, little tribe of human children for whom i have
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BROCK UCANA 1F91Briande RuiterWinter

CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Canadian Content, Lagina, Private Island

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25 Feb 2016
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From a woman"s name in the arctic that a canadian painter encountered. Demonstrates canadian fascination with the north (particularly in the 1940s) Ref
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Blind Experiment, Social Desirability Bias, Grey Literature

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25 Feb 2016
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Week 4 information and evidence, types and problems. Written by the people who actually did the research. A panel of scientific experts review the pape
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canadian Tire, National Health Insurance, Melanoma

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Blood Test, South Asia, Evidence-Based Medicine

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25 Feb 2016
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Can me meted out using different types of power. Relies on evidence (ex. peer review) to guide what we promote. Rct must use all 6 of these methods to
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anorgasmia, Health Care In Canada, Health Promotion

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25 Feb 2016
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Impact of health information and evidence on modern society. Complexities of societal definitions of health o o. 1/3 of us would not be here without co
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cancer Care Ontario, Toronto General Hospital, Trauma Center

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canada Health Act, World Health Organization, Gross Domestic Product

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25 Feb 2016
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Is there equity in canadian health promotion o. The fig tree - 4 types of power. Poorest men live 5 years less than richest. All men in canada live 7 y
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BROCK UKINE 2P41Jarold CosbyWinter

KINE 2P41 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Health Promotion

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25 Feb 2016
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Look at peer reviewed papers providing evidence supporing the healthy behaviour. Use literature from course to analyze the evidence and provide an inte
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Catecholamine, Sympathetic Nervous System, Ventricular Fibrillation

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25 Feb 2016
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Only muscle in the body that does not depend on the brain to function. Cardiac muscle generates its own electrical signal: autoconduction. 1% of cardia
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Muscle Tone, Protein Isoform, Muscle Spindle

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25 Feb 2016
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For a muscle to contract, it needs a neural impulse (an electrical event) Neural impulses are electrical currents that pass along nerve fibres. The ana
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Atrioventricular Node, Coronary Circulation, Circumflex

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25 Feb 2016
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Function o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o. The heart is a muscular pump that forces blood through the blood vessels. The blood is the median (fluid) for t
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thermoregulation, Positive Feedback, Vasodilation

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25 Feb 2016
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Homeostasis - all kinds, same state, ability of body to protect body from environmental change by changing internal environment within a physiological
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Vasospasm, Threshold Potential, Homeostasis

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25 Feb 2016
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One complete sequence of contraction and relaxation of the heart (all 4 chambers) During the cardiac cycle, the pressure within the chambers rises and
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rigor Mortis, Acetylcholinesterase, Reuptake

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25 Feb 2016
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Comprises largest groups of tissue in the body. Appears throughout the body systems as components of hollow organs and. Muscle attachment to the none a
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anatomical Pathology, Histology

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25 Feb 2016
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cytochrome C Oxidase, Western Gorilla, Notochord

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25 Feb 2016
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Describe the difference between shared primitive and shared derived traits o o. Explain why a classification of system containing class reptilia and cl
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Adaptive Radiation, Apoptosis, Hox Gene

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25 Feb 2016
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Macro- large, can be seen with the naked eye. Compare and contrast pre-zygotic and post-zygotic isolating mechanisms. Compare and contrast the concepts
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Heterozygote Advantage, Guppy, Sexual Selection

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25 Feb 2016
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Describe the characteristics of a population that is hardy-weinberg equilibrium. Demonstrate how the success of different phenotypes can be compared by
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture 21: Chapter 21 - An Introduction Into Evolution

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25 Feb 2016
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Key terms o o o o o o o o o. Analogous - showing similarity of function but different origins. Homologous - similar in position, structure, and evoluti
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BROCK UBIOL 1F90Fiona HunterWinter

BIOL 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Devonian, Symmetry In Biology, Abrupt Climate Change

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25 Feb 2016
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Chapter 20. 2 - history of life on earth. The universe began with the big bang about 13. 7 billion years ago. Our solar system began about 4. 6 billion
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Perimysium, Gross Anatomy, Cytosol

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25 Feb 2016
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Comprises largest groups of tissue in the body. Appears throughout the body systems as components of hollow organs and tubes. Origin: muscle attachment
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BROCK UKINE 1P90Klentrou PanagiotaWinter

KINE 1P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dynamic Equilibrium, Homeostasis, Negative Feedback

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29 Jan 2016
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Homeostasis - all kinds, same state, ability of body to protect body from environmental change by changing internal environment within a physiological
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